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Kalbarri Blue Ocean Villas, Kalbarri

Six new luxuriously appointed townhouse villas in a perfect location. All villas have queensize beds, fully appointed kitchens, heating, airconditioning, auto washing machine, carport and a storeroom. All villas with private courtyard and no common walls. Outside just relax by the swimming pool and enjoy an outdoor meal using the free gas barbecue.

The villas are situated 100 metres from the waters edge, 50 metres to shops and are close to restaurants, river, beach, golf course and much much more.

The villas are available in the following configurations:

Villa 2 and Villa 3 – Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two toilets.
Villa 4 – Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two toilets and a spa.
Villas 5; 6; 7 – Two bedrooms, one bathroom, two toilets.

Accommodation Options

Spa Villa

Two bedroom, two bathroom, two toilets and a spa

Front Villa

Two bedroom, two bathroom, two toilets

Back Villas

Two bedroom, one bathroom, two toilets


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