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Seaspray Beach Resort, Dongara

We are located in Dongara, hidden away in prime location and we are literally a “stones throw” from the water’s edge. Ample space for children to play, a five minute walk to the Dongara town site with its wonderful restaurants and coffee shops. Not to mention the Irwin River Nature Trail which adjoins us offering plenty of scenic points along the way.

We have eight villas in total, four upstairs and four downstairs. All our villas are luxurious and spacious, all are fully self contained with fully equipped kitchens, ensuites, linen, television, phone and reverse cycle air conditioners. Our upstairs villas have private balconies with magnificent views, you can watch the boats come and go during lobster season or just sit back with a glass of wine and take in the breathtaking sunsets, or grab your fishing rod and relax with a few beers.

Private resort style pool with tropical surrounding with barbeque area.

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