Faraway Bay

Diamond Coast, on the Timor Sea 280 kilometres North West of Kununurra Australia


Faraway Bay is one of the world's most isolated wilderness retreats, combining pure relaxation with breathtaking scenery and adventure. Located 280 kilometres north west of Kununurra with uninterrupted views of the Timor Sea, Faraway Bay is an idyllic base to explore the most rare natural wonders of the Kimberley. Perched on a rocky hilltop overlooking a freshwater plunge pool and spectacular bay is Eagle Lodge. Enjoy lounging, bird-watching, sunsets, star-gazing, swimming, fishing, exploring, wining, dining and total tranquillity. Secluded cliff-top cabins offer complete privacy and 180-degree ocean views. Fully inclusive, enjoy freshly-prepared gourmet meals and snacks, plus refreshments of your choice. Enjoy tap beers, quality Australian wines, juices, soft drinks and Faraway Bay's own spring water. A magical boat cruise to Western Australia's highest waterfall, the twin King George Falls, is included in every stay - a location not visited by any other land-based accommodation. See indigenous rock art thought to be thousands of years old, including the Bradshaw Paintings (also known as Gyorn Gyorn or Gwion Gwion); fish to your heart's content; explore local billabongs and waterfalls; or take a four wheel drive tour through the rugged outback. At Faraway Bay, a few days can feel like a week.