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The Kewarra Beach Resort is away from the crowded resorts of Port Douglas. Each room is in its own little hut, which gives you privacy from the other guests. The rooms are quite spacious, with nice bathrooms. The rooms are a short walk away from...More
We loved resort in the middle of tforest close to the beach...it´s simple wonderful. Our experience was so nice and facilities so cool and clean, so we are so happy to it’s been there. The food and the facilities are greats and the personnel so...More
Stayed for two nights in the Kewarra Beach Resort and the location is quite magical with your separate chalets tucked away in the forest but never too far from a small swimming pool or the beach.
All the staff were very helpful and friendly and...More
We loved this resort, the whole feel of being in the middle of the rain forest plus right on a beautiful beach.
The room was an individual lodge with the balcony looking out on the rainforest, it was lovely and peaceful, and we loved sitting...More
If I could give this resort a higher rating I would have done so, it’s fantastic! From the welcoming staff to the private rooms and the excellent food our week long stay was amazing. The servers in the dining room were so friendly and helpful....More
5 Thank livinglifelarge55
Response from Mark C, General Manager at Kewarra Beach Resort & SpaResponded February 25, 2018
Thank you for your wonderful review and candid feedback from your recent stay.
I will pass your complements to the chef. This year chef Luukas is focused on developing the menus further through our local farmers with new purchasing and networking initiatives. This...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.