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Best Western Sea Breeze Resort, Exmouth

The Sea Breeze Resort is a three and a half-star award winning resort and is the only one of its kind in the world. It is is uniquely located inside the Harold E Holt Naval Base, just five kilometres north of Exmouth and is the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef.

The Sea Breeze Resort has 27 large, newly renovated, fully airconditioned rooms, equipped with en-suite, direct dial phone, colour television, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities. Rooms feature comfortable tropical cane furniture. Wheelchair accessible rooms are available.

Guests have free access to the magnificent base facilities; a 24 metre swimming pool complex with fully shaded toddler pool, diving boards and a new barbecue area, fully equipped and airconditioned gym and 300 seat basketball court, squash and outdoor tennis courts.

The Sailfish Bar and Restaurant is well known for its a la carte dinners and invites you to dine outside under the stars and sails or enjoy the unique atmosphere inside our Mediterranean styled bar and restaurant.

Dive tours can be arranged from our tour desk.

Accommodation Options

  • Standard Room

Popular Activities

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