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It's a very interesting place with bungalows scattered throughout the rainforest along the beaches north of Cairns. Unfortunately we arrived just as Queensland was being inundated with heavy rains from Cyclone Nora. It was so bad that over 23 inches of rain fell in 24...More
An absolutely idyllic location where the rainforest literally meets the beach. Beautiful resort and amenities. What really made our stay so memorable was the amazing accomodating and friendly staff who went above and beyond during our stay. We highly recommend.
My partner and I booked and paid for five nights here for a well overdue break in beautiful Far North Queensland. Needless to say, we stayed for one night, and left the next morning, even though it meant forfeiting the money paid. Our “bungalow “...More
6 Thank Mark C
Response from Mark C, General Manager at Kewarra Beach Resort & SpaResponded 4 days ago
We have raised the validity of this review with Tripadvisor. We have no record of this stay nor can it be believed that anyone would surrender 4 nights paid accommodation without raising a single concern with us prior to departure.
After 2 weeks in luxury hotels this was a nice change.
The chalets/huts/rooms were fine and beds comfortable.
what a lovely experience this was though.
Beach literally 200 yards away great beach and views.
The main resort bar/restaurant, closer than the beach in another direction,...More
The Resort is the place to be for people not looking for action but for nature and solitude. We had a Pandanus bungalow (no. 47) next to the lower pool and close to the main building with the open air restaurant. The bungalow was spacious...More
Hi Troy, great question. Crocodiles live pretty much anywhere in the top end of Australia and this region is no exception. The local area is monitored very well by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection... More
Hi Troy, great question. Crocodiles live pretty much anywhere in the top end of Australia and this region is no exception. The local area is monitored very well by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. Any animal that is sighted is relocated.
It is certainly never advisable to swim around or in the local estuaries, river mouths and especially at night. Otherwise the oceans are warm and inviting year round and Kewarra Beach has it's own stinger enclosure for the periods when required.
We look forward to having the opportunity to welcome you to our sunny shores.
Response from Perth-66-2014 | Reviewed this property |
There are no bars or restaurants nearby.
No problem with tour operators picking you up from the resort.
Small shops are about 20-30 min walk away. There is also large shopping centre about 45-50 min walk away.