You can now spend a night at a lush pearl farm with an infinity pool

Inside Australia’s most spectacular pearl farmcomplete with a sparkling infinity pool, breathtaking views and 1960s ‘shackswhere you can spend the night

  • Holiday-starved Australians can restart their travels with a night on a pearl farm
  • Cygnet Bay on the Dampier Peninsula is one of WA’s most unique resorts
  • Aperto nel 1946, the farm now hosts guests in its old pearling shacks
  • Holiday-starved Australians can restart their travels by spending a night at a pearl farm on the edge of one of the country’s most breathtaking landscapes.

    Perched on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is one of Australia Occidentale‘s most unique resorts, inspiring both tourists and locals with rich history and spectacular scenery.

    Founded by fisherman Dean Brown in 1946, the farm 200km north of Broome contains a pearling village, a restaurant, a sparkling infinity pool and a homestead where guests can stay in safari tents or original pearling shacks built in the 1960s.

    Holiday-starved Australians can restart their travels by spending a night at a pearl farm on the edge of one of the country's most breathtaking landscapes

    Holiday-starved Australians can restart their travels by spending a night at a pearl farm on the edge of one of the country’s most breathtaking landscapes

    Perched on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm (nella foto) is one of Western Australia's most unique resorts

    Perched on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is one of Western Australia’s most unique resorts

    Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, 200km north of Broome, WA

    Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, 200km north of Broome, WA

    First opened to the public in 2009, the farm is surrounded by magnificent nature, from mangroves that turn into tidal creeks to rocky points filled with fish and fresh oysters.

    There’s a series of sandy beaches to explore, as well as bush tracks offering bird watching and secluded hideaways.

    Photos of the farm have attracted stunned responses on social media, with comments including ‘awesomeand ‘unreal’.

    The praise continues on the farm’s website, where guests have hailed it it a ‘must visit’.

    Guests can stay in safari tents or original pearling shacks built in the 1960s

    Guests can stay in safari tents or original pearling shacks built in the 1960s

    First opened to the public in 2009, the farm is surrounded by magnificent nature, from mangroves that turn into tidal creeks to rocky points filled with fish and fresh oysters

    First opened to the public in 2009, the farm is surrounded by magnificent nature, from mangroves that turn into tidal creeks to rocky points filled with fish and fresh oysters

    The perfect escape is surprisingly affordable, with nightly rates of $220 for a two-person rainforest tent and $295 for a two-person cottage.

    Groups could opt for the master pearler’s private retreat, which sleeps eight guests for $950 ($118 per person) a night.

    However those living outside Western Australia will have to be patient, as fears mount that the state will remain closed to Covid-addled NSW and Victoria for summerdespite rising vaccination rates.

    Qantas on Monday announced it would not increase flights between Perth and both Melbourne and Sydney until February 2022, two months later than planned following talks with WA authorities.

    Photos of the farm have attracted stunned responses on social media, with comments including 'awesome' and 'unreal'

    Photos of the farm have attracted stunned responses on social media, with comments including ‘awesomeand ‘unreal

    But the farm is not the only domestic destination piquing interest this year.

    Over on the east coast, travellers have fallen in love with a little-known part of Fraser Island which has been dubbed an ‘untouchedalternative to some of Australia’s most iconic holiday spots.

    Tucked away on the western side of the world’s largest sand island, Wathumba Creek is a ‘bucket listdestination that captures the hearts of almost everyone who sees it.

    Travellers have fallen in love with this little-known part of Fraser Island which has been dubbed an 'untouched' alternative to some of Australia's most iconic holiday spots

    Travellers have fallen in love with this little-known part of Fraser Island which has been dubbed an ‘untouchedalternative to some of Australia’s most iconic holiday spots

    The beach, which boasts pristine white sand and sparkling turquoise waves, is known for spectacular sunsets and world-class water activities including diving, snorkelling and fishing.

    The jaw-dropping landscape, 304km north of Queensland‘s Sunshine Coast, is home to pure bred dingoes and pods of humpback whales, which can often be seen breaching the ocean’s surface.

    Travel guides have described the creek as Fraser Coast’s ‘very ownHill Inlet, a breathtaking section of the Whitsunday Islands which has become one of the country’s most photographed locations.

    Tucked away on the western side of the world's largest sand island, Wathumba Creek is a 'bucket list' destination that captures the hearts of everyone who sees it

    Tucked away on the western side of the world’s largest sand island, Wathumba Creek is a ‘bucket listdestination that captures the hearts of everyone who sees it

    Wathumba Creek is located on the western part of Fraser Island, 304km north of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland

    Wathumba Creek is located on the western part of Fraser Island, 304km north of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland

    Australian blogger Ashleigh Bridget shared her experience of the ‘untouchedparadise in an Instagram post, sottotitolato: ‘I didn’t know Fraser Island looked like this!’

    Lei ha aggiunto: ‘Wathumba Creek could easily be mistaken for Whitehaven’s Hill Inlet with the swirling turquoise blues and fine white sand.

    ‘This trip was so easy. One really long stretch of sand with beautiful spots to stop on the way. Humpback whales breaching, stunning sunsets and smooth water sailing.

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