An Outdoor Bath In A Cliff! Escape to these private eco cabins near Exmouth


Exmouth is a magical place at this time of year, when ‘winter’ means warm, sunny days right at the entrance to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.

And if you’re looking to truly get away from it all while you’re up there, Wilderness Island’s eco-cabins might be just the (sun-flooded) ticket.

Offering a “wild experience but with a touch of luxury”, the five private and secluded cabins offer spectacular ocean views, comfortable sleeping arrangements, huge decks for maximum relaxation and outdoor relaxation for bathing under the beautiful blue northwest sky.

It also features a unique new twist on WA’s obsession with outdoor baths – a seaside bathroom! It’s built into the cliff and puts you right on the water’s edge in a hot salt water bath – a must-do experience at sunset.

While relaxation is your main goal, Wilderness Island also offers a host of experiences and activities to keep you busy, like bush walks, bird watching and nature watching (kangas are everywhere ), kayaking, paddle boarding and of course, serious fishing.

Basically any type of angler will find something to catch, otherwise you can hop on a suitable charter for some of the best fishing in the world.

The maximum number of guests allowed on the island at any one time is just 12 and it’s only accessible by plane (or boat if you have one), which means Wilderness Island is a truly unique experience. exclusive.

Check out some more photos below and start planning your escape via the Wilderness Island website.

Wilderness Island Eco Cabins Exmouth
Wilderness Island Eco Cabins Exmouth
Wilderness Island Eco Cabins Exmouth
Wilderness Island Eco Cabins Exmouth
Wilderness Island Eco Cabins Exmouth

Head to the Wilderness Island website to book now.

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