BEST WESTERN Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth

Address: 116 North C Street, Exmouth, Western Australia, 6707, Australia | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 116 North C Street, Exmouth, is near 3 Islands Marine Whale Shark Adventures.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth

      Reviewed by lilyandcharlie

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      Reviewed Apr 3, 2011
      by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

      This Best Western used to serve as the women's barracks for the US Navy. It's a little out of the way and sterile, but did seem to be the best alternative to the Novotel, which was $200 more per night. Awesome A/C.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Sea Breeze Resort Exmouth

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Exmouth

      Day 30 - Exmouth to Cape Range N.P.

      A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 07, 2015

      38 photos

      ... stopped and checked the front of the car - no damage, luckily. No sign of the roo back on the road, either, so hopefully it was not badly injured.

      Osprey was closed, Sandy bay was just gorgeous for swimming - easy to see why it's the "pin-up" beach of the Park - perfect open bay, sheltered, pristine sand and the most gorgeous turquoise water.... Heaven! There were 3 kite-surfers ripping it up there, too. We paddled and waded in the warm pristine ...

      Day 29 - Coral Bay to Exmouth and canyons (200km)

      A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 06, 2015

      29 photos

      ... around our caravan park too, apparently, although we have only seen 2 large kangaroos resting on the sites behind our van. Sure is a different life, up here!

      By the time we returned to town, it was 6pm, and after a few laps around the town, we discovered that the Fish and chips, the Pizza and Pasta, the BBQ Ribs, and the two Cafe's were all closed today, so the only take-away option was Chinese. We quickly ate it in our van (still wasn't cool, ...

      WA Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Nov 03, 2014

      12 photos

      ... of the people in the supermarket seemed mentally ill. We later met a British nurse in Coral Bay who was working in Canarvon and she said they get a lot of suicides and abuse. For the rest of the journey the only other things we saw was red dust, desert, small bushes and a few goats. It was so hot I can't even comprehend how anything can survive here. All of the large rivers we passed were completely dried up, all that was left was red sand and a few confused pelicans and ibis. We ...


      A travel blog entry by simmsie on Oct 18, 2014

      5 photos

      ... sharks normally got to them before the fish were landed, there was a shark after Steve's fish but fortunately for him and unfortunately for the shark it was hooked on my line. We had a great day out fishing, the other passengers on board were all great fun, and we caught so many fish we threw some back and gave some to a young couple from Perth who didn't catch many. We returned back to the marina around 5pm and whilst the fish had ...

      Cape Range National Park

      A travel blog entry by simmsie on Oct 15, 2014

      3 comments, 9 photos

      ... more challenging, up and down gorges to the top of the escarpment with views back to the reef. There were lots of birds nesting on the gorge walls and one couple we spoke to had seen two black-footed rock wallabies but we weren't so lucky.
      There are two other snorkel sites we would have liked to go snorkelling at, one is called Oyster Stacks and the other is a drift snorkel at Lakeside. We had been told by the ranger at the entrance to ...