From glamping tents in the state’s far north to a luxury architectural home in the South West region, here are four stunning new luxe places to stay in Western Australia.
In Albany in WA’s South West region, the new luxury Latitude 35°5 sits amid untouched native bush in the in Torndirrup National Park at Goode Beach, located 20km from Albany’s city centre. Perched on a granite outcrop, every room in the multi-million-dollar beach home offers panoramic ocean views. Accommodating up to eight people, the property features an expansive master suite and three guest rooms all with ensuites, large entertaining areas with dining room, a striking fireplace and a 160-bottle wine cellar. View magical sunrise and sunset over the Southern Ocean – or take the three-minute trip to nearby Misery Beach, considered one of Australia’s best beaches.
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm Glamping Tents
On the Dampier Peninsular, 200km north of Broome, the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, has recently launched a number of new glamping tents for its 2022 season. Enjoy a barefoot luxury stay in one of 15 new glamping eco tents that add new levels of luxury, with private ensuites, air-conditioning and king sized beds. These air-conditioned tents also allow Cygnet Bay to extend its season and operate year-round. The accommodation has been built with minimal impact on the surrounding environment. For the entire build, Cygnet Bay Pearl farm worked with local businesses, including Indigenous trade and furnishings made in Broome by Aguyna, a not-for-profit organisation.
In the Great Southern town of Denmark, Stillwood Retreat is a new bespoke accommodation surrounded by the region’s renowned native karri trees. The architecturally designed studio retreat has been built with sustainability in mind. It includes a living room with a fireplace, an oversized linen sofa, compact kitchenette, king-sized bed and a two-person bath tub with rain shower. Take a soak in the outdoor claw-foot bath or spend your days overlooking the two-hectare property’s private dams. Head into the Denmark, just a five-minute drive away, for local eateries.
Located a 2.5 hour drive south of Perth in the Southern Forests and Valleys region, you’ll find Serenity Gully overlooking Bridgetown in the state’s South West. Go off-grid for an eco glamping experience amid private Jarrah forests and fields filled with wildflowers, native birds and wildlife. Stay in one of three beautifully-appointed tents, each fitted with a king-sized bed, ensuite, kitchenette, lounge room, private fire pit with gas barbeque, indoor fireplace and an outdoor bath.