Best place in the world to relax, swim, bushwalk, and learn about indigenous Australia

28 May 2013 | active australia, adventures australia, destination management australia, dmc australia, eco resort, eco travel, incentive travel, incentive travel australia, things to do in australia, western australia

This month we ventured the far North West of Australia in search of the best incentive travel experiences for our clients. We were not disappointed.

 

We love being spoilt but spoiling incentive groups is even more enjoyable. That’s why we’re always in search of new, undiscovered gems not many have seen. And we definitely found what we were looking for in the North West corner of Australia.

Journey through some of the world’s most amazing untouched wilderness area, gave us a real Australian outback experience.  
We started our journey at the Broome airport where we boarded a small Cessna for the picturesque flight to Eco Beach.
Weather was beautiful. As it is most of the year. May to October is classed as the ‘dry season’. While the southern part of Australia is chilly, here the days are generally fine with temperatures between mid 20 to low 30. Humidity levels are low and the skies are a deep blue that stretches out for miles, with hardly a cloud in the sky. 

Eco Beach is a multi award-winning eco resort set amongst the pristine and untouched Kimberley environment. Our favourite form of  accommodation were very spacious Eco Villas. Thie Eco resort truly provides guests with an unforgettable and unique wilderness experience whilst having minimal impact on the surrounding landscape.

At the heart of the retreat lies Jack’s Bar and Grill, an open air bar and restaurant with some of the finest coastal views you are likely to see on the west coast of Australia. In the evening we chose to dine on the terrace and had an opportunity to enjoy a cold mango beer, beautiful white wine and tropical barramundi salad served with roasted peanuts, mango and pawpaw.

Next to Jack’s lies the pool deck with an alluring infinity pool surrounded by huge Balinese day beds and oversized loungers. Perfect setting for an evening cocktail or two?

 Next day, aboard a 4WD we drove along the beach to the best fishing spot. For those not keen on the activity a chilled champagne, walk on the beach and stunning sunset were served.

 Next day we were exploring the area and bushwalking with the local guide. Great way to learn about Aboriginal culture and customs of the indigenous people.

After three days of pure luxury, eco style it was time to get back to Broome where our adventure continued

If you would like to learn more about incentive travel options, have a look at our website full of ideas for incentive groups in Australia