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Bayview Geographe Resort
 
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A lush garden resort on Geographe Bay with direct beach access

Surrounded by whispering peppermint trees and fringed by the white sand shores of Geographe Bay, Bayview Geographe Resort combines secluded private villas with sociable, family-friendly facilities. Whether you’re planning a romantic honeymoon in Western Australia or travelling with friends, there are 1,000 ways to spend your days at our Busselton beach resort. Take a peaceful stroll through beautifully tended gardens or enjoy some sporting action on our tennis, basketball and beach volleyball courts. It’s a few steps to the beach, where you can swim, snorkel, sunbathe or simply enjoy the endless Indian Ocean views. Children are welcome at our heated indoor pool, while kids’ club activities keep your little ones entertained during school holidays.

Our on-site licensed restaurant, Spinnakers, provides hearty breakfasts and tempting daily dinner specials. Popular themed evenings such as Steak Night and Ribs Night are even more memorable with the laid-back atmosphere of the restaurant’s open-air deck. Spinnakers also offers catering services for corporate events or private parties hosted in our garden-side meeting room. Feel like cooking for yourself? The grounds are studded with communal barbecue facilities, while the larger modern villas include their own kitchens. The largest villas sleep up to 8 people – making our resort the perfect choice for your family holiday in Western Australia.

 

For many guests, the resort is a peaceful base from which to explore the best of the Margaret River region. Our friendly staff are on hand to offer recommendations about Busselton wine tours or to give directions to the best beaches on the Cape Naturaliste peninsula. You’re a 10-minute drive from Busselton town centre, where you can marvel at historic Busselton Jetty, a Western Australia landmark famous for being almost 2 km long. You can also experience some rare native flora and fauna in nearby Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. This coastal park epitomises the area’s dramatic natural beauty, with rugged cliffs, hidden coves and a network of stalactite-filled limestone caves. The best way to explore the area is by car, which is why we provide ample free parking with space for caravans and boat trailers too.

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