Large home, spacious outdoor/BBQ area, secure vehicle and boat parking, close to Dongara Town Center, Port Denison Marina, Swimming Beaches and Beach Fishing Locations. Ideal for families, Family groups, Business and Work accommodation. No end of season sporting groups or Schoolies thanks.
“We have been staying in Dongara for holidays for the past 4 or so years in AIRBNBs. This is the best one in my opinion as the house is very clean, well equipped and has great air con. Also close to the school playgrounds which is great for a young family and the cycle track is right opposite the house, so easy safe access. Only a 10 min walk into town too. Highly recommend staying here.”
Metres to Granny's Beach in Port Denison. Walking distance to shops, dining, swimming, surfing and fishing
“This is a such a great place to stay! Beachfront, near a cute coffee van, we loved being able to take our dog and hear the ocean at night. It’s not fancy, but is sparkling clean and has everything you need. Sharon was a great host. Kids missed having wifi but we liked them not having it lol x”
Independant space separate from residential house where u can enjoy the farm environment still close to town and beach. Cabin includes onsuite toilet shower, kitchenette, reverse cycle aircon. Futon lounge that folds to separate bed and own decking.
“Value for money is definitely a five-star house, a family of three or two big and two small can live. Stayed for three nights, cooking all by myself, and cooking utensils. Dongara is a small lobster town with few people. In the evening, two fish were caught in the harbour. The harvest was great, and a lot of groupers were caught. The place to live is a small farm, with kangaroos in the morning and evening, easy access to the harbour, and shopping in the central area IGA, all about 4 kilometers away. 60 kilometers from Geraldton. If you like quiet, live in this town. If you like lively, stay in Geraldton. It would be nice if the landlord could equip a washing machine, and it would be painful to wash clothes by hand for a few more nights.”