Sink into One of These Stunning Outdoor Bathtubs at Secluded WA Stays

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Western Australia is the land of perpetual sunshine and extraordinary landscapes, making it the ideal setting for outdoor bathtubs that offer more than just relaxation — they provide an unforgettable experience under a starry sky.

Whether it’s the red ochre beauty of the Kimberley, the turquoise beaches of Rottnest Island, or the vineyard-draped landscapes of Margaret River, these outdoor bathtubs offer a unique way to soak in the splendour of Western Australia.

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Chambré Estate, Margaret River

Experience pure enchantment at Chambré Estate, nuzzled in Margaret River’s native bushland and idyllic farmland scenes. Whether you’re a business traveller, a couple, or a group of friends seeking an extraordinary getaway, Chambré Estate promises a relaxing getaway. Immerse yourself in their lavish outdoor bathtub, surrounded by candlelight, as the fragrance of the land and the gentle steam embrace you.

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Bullara Station, Exmouth

Bullara Station Stay is the perfect pitstop for travellers along the Coral Coast Highway, bridging the gap between Coral Bay and Exmouth (Warnangoora). Nestled within Australia’s diverse landscape, the elegantly refurbished shearers’ lodge offers a serene escape from daily chaos. It serves as an excellent hub to revel in the azure-fringed coral reefs and savour the nearby tranquil ocean. Even Formula 1 superstar Daniel Ricciardo took a pause during his recent WA road trip to relish a unique experience—a refreshing hot shower courtesy of Bullara’s custom wood-fired donkey system.

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Serenity Gully, Kangaroo Gully

Discover Serenity Gully, a one-of-a-kind five-star off-grid glamping retreat perched atop the historic Bridgetown hills. Unwind amidst nature’s silence in their lavish eco-tents, thoughtfully spaced across 478 acres of private open fields. Don’t miss the ultimate experience— a dip in your secluded outdoor stone bathtub, where you’ll soak up sweeping hillside vistas from the comfort of your tub.

Wilderness Island Eco Cabin, Exmouth

Wilderness Island is an ecological haven on the untamed Eastern side of Exmouth Gulf. Here, fewer than 12 guests can lap up an exclusive, unforgettable retreat on their private island. Enjoy a range of activities, from fishing to whale watching, mud crabbing, snorkelling, kayaking, and stargazing.

However, it might be tough to leave the sprawling outdoor relaxation decks, complete with your personal beachfront bathroom. With a hot saltwater shower and a one-of-a-kind bathtub carved into the cliff face, you can luxuriate in comfort while the sunset unfolds at your doorstep, with the gentle beach waves as your soundtrack.

Bina Maya Yallingup Escape, Quedjinup

Burrowed within 7.5 acres of native Australian bushland, Bina Maya Yallingup Escape presents architecturally crafted villas, blending modern aesthetics with a touch of Scandinavian flair. These well-appointed villas offer self-catering luxury, with gourmet kitchens, roomy bedrooms, and opulent bathrooms.

Indulge in a range of in-house services, from private chef dining to massages and meditation, ensuring a relaxed and refreshed experience. For an extra dash of romance, unwind in their outdoor stone bath and shower, all while letting the serene forest vistas envelop you.

El Questro Homestead, Durack

In the heart of Western Australia’s untamed Kimberley terrain lies the opulent El Questro Homestead. This exclusive haven, perched atop a cliff, offers panoramic views of the Chamberlain Gorge and its winding river systems, delivering a sunrise-to-sunset spectacle. Enjoy a private cliffside dinner for two, relish a gourmet picnic beside a rock pool, or share a bottle of champagne near a cascading waterfall. To cap off your perfect day, luxuriate in an outdoor bath with a million-dollar view of the Kimberley’s ancient, burnt-orange cliffs.

Berkeley River Lodge, Berkeley River

Leave modern life far behind and relax into the rhythms of nature in your ocean-view villa floating atop a 65-metre coastal dune. Situated on the remote Kimberley Coast of Western Australia, the Berkeley River Lodge is luxury like no other.

Do as little or as much as you like, from fishing for the mighty barramundi to relaxing by the 20-metre lap pool with a great book from their extensive library, but make sure you leave time to indulge in your open-air ensuite, complete with dual vanities, an outdoor shower, and a free-standing bathtub to take in the view by day, and glittering stars by night. 

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Heyscape Tiny Cabins, Narrogin

Heyscape has built up quite a reputation in recent years, offering cosy, secluded tiny cabins, stylishly appointed and with knockout views to relieve you from the stresses of modern life.

Each cabin is unique, but for an extra special bathing treat, slip into their Louis and Edna cabins in Narrogin, where you’ll be neighbouring one of the world’s flora hotspots and largest remnant of original woodland in Australia’s western Wheatbelt at Dryandra Woodland—the perfect base to spot the elusive numbat.

To win you completely over, their cabins boast an extra-large deck with a built-in outdoor bath so you can indulge in luxurious comfort. Their newest Esperance cabins bring the same unique flair on the doorstep of Cape Le Grand National Park.

Kangaroo Valley Homestead, Stoneville

Amidst the beautiful Australian bush landscape, Kangaroo Valley Homestead is an eco-friendly and family-friendly environment for guests to enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the Perth Hills while staying in a luxuriously appointed Australian bush oasis.

A short drive away from the CBD, their neighbouring outdoor bathtubs are the perfect place to enjoy a glass of bubbles with hand-made bath salts and rose petals as you watch the sound go down. As a bonus, the Balinese-inspired oasis pool features a rock waterfall that will have you at peace in no time. 

Pender Bay Escape, Pender Bay

Located north of Broome on Western Australia’s Dampier Peninsula, Pender Bay is a natural maternity ward and resting ground for humpback whales. You’ll be astounded by the sheer number of these majestic creatures that congregate in Pender Bay at the northern extent of their annual migration from July to mid-November. 

Aside from whale watching, there is so much to see and do, with Pender Bay Escape offering beachfront powered campsites, so idyllic beach swimming and nature walks are right on your doorstep. You’ll find these stunning clifftop twin bathtubs overlooking the shimmering ocean for prime whale viewing in the open air.  

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