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Green Head Spectacular Beach House
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Entire residential home · 10 guests · 7 beds · 2 baths
Green Head Spectacular Beach HouseThe house is located 300 metres from the Green Head South Bay beach and has a fully equiped beautiful hand crafted timber kitchen with gas and electric cooking facilities, microwave, dishwasher and dining area for 10 seater table. The main bedroom and ensuite are separate through a breezeway from the main house. Minimum stay 2 nights The house is in a quiet and very safe and secure location. Please be aware we do not accept bookings for leavers and young groups. We do not accept pets.
Absolute Beachfront Holiday House (Mid-West)
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Entire residential home · 10 guests · 10 beds · 2 baths
Absolute Beachfront Holiday House (Mid-West)Located on the beachfront at South Bay, 2 minutes walk to the beach & 1 minute drive to the boat ramp. Our holiday home provides a great get-away for families with everything that you need for a relaxing holiday for a long weekend or a couple of weeks. The minimum stay is two nights in off-peak seasons, and we reserve the right to set a higher minimum stay period during peak holiday periods. Sorry, we don't accept bookings for school leavers. Not suitable for wheelchair access - no lift.
Green Head cottage by the sea
Entire residential home · 6 guests · 4 beds · 1 bath
Green Head cottage by the seaComfy and clean cottage 2 min walk to the beach and centre of town. 3 bedrooms ( 2 x queen rooms 1 x twin room), 1 bathroom (suitable for mobility impaired) ceiling fans in bedrooms and throughout the home. Plenty of room for a boat, has an outdoor filleting table and BBQ. Outside pets welcome in shaded grass area. Come and relax by the sea short 2.5 hour drive from Perth. This place has a no Party policy , Or loud music and no disturbances after 10pm .

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Light, Bright Cottage near the Sea
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$180 AUD per night
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Jetties Beach House in Greenhead
$250 AUD per night
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Catch ‘n’ Relax - Near Leeman Boat Ramp
$90 AUD per night
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Cosy Fisherman’s Cottage Pet Friendly
$123 AUD per night
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24 Worthington at GH
$220 AUD per night
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Greenhead South Bay Escape
$220 AUD per night
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Coastal Days in Leeman
$240 AUD per night
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Leeman Seaside House beach 200m
$135 AUD per night
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Bluewater B & B ~ "Take me to the sea"
$157 AUD per night
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Waterfoot on the Bay
$130 AUD per night
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Coastal Paradise Jurien Bay
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Your guide to Green Head

Welcome to Green Head

A small community on the Western Australian coast, Green Head is a great place to stop over on the scenic Indian Ocean Drive from Perth to Geraldton. The town straddles a headland between two wide bays with long sandy beaches: South Bay, to the south of Green Head, and Anchorage Bay to the north offer some of the best windsurfing in the state. Point Louise Lookout, at the northern end of Anchorage Bay, is great for wave sailing, while South Bay is known for its slalom sailing conditions. On the headland itself, the smaller Dynamite Bay is protected from the prevailing strong winds by limestone cliffs wrapping around the inlet. The sheltered beach here is ideal for swimming and snorkelling.

With only a couple of cafés and takeaway food options in town, you may want to cast a line off the town’s jetty in Anchorage Bay and catch your own dinner. The islands and reefs off the coast are great for fishing as well as scuba diving, and keen bushwalkers will want to head to the nearby national parks and nature reserves within a short drive of town.


How do I get around Green Head?

Green Head is less than three hours from Perth Airport (PER). Pick up a rental car at the airport or in Perth for the drive up the coast. Or take a connecting flight from Perth to Geraldton Airport (GET) and rent a car there for the two-hour drive down the coast. You’ll almost certainly need a car to get around the sprawling town and explore the nearby national parks and coastline. There are no car rental or bike hire options once you’re in Green Head, but if you want to go car-free you can catch one of the few weekly bus services from Perth to Green Head. Buses from Perth depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The trip takes around four hours.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Green Head?

Like the rest of the Coral Coast, Green Head enjoys hot, dry summers, with the heat extending well into autumn. The school holiday period is always busy; come after school is back in session and you’ll enjoy perfect beach weather and warm nights. The spring and mid-autumn are the best times to tackle bushwalking tracks along the coast and inland, with warm days and little chance of rain. It doesn’t cool down until around May, when the rainfall picks up, ahead of mild winter days and cool rather than chilly nights. Winter is the wettest time of the year, especially around June and July. All that rain results in a spectacular wildflower season. From around July to November, wildflowers bloom all along the coast and in the nearby national parks.


What are the top things to do in Green Head?

Lesueur National Park

This national park bordering Green Head bursts into colour during the wildflower season, from late winter to spring, but it’s a spectacular place to visit at any time of the year. From Green Head the start of a scenic road route through the park is around a 25-minute drive away, and there are half-day and shorter walks to tackle as well.

More national parks

Besides Lesueur National Park, there are a host of nature reserves and national parks to explore around Green Head. Stockyard Gully National Park is riddled with limestone caves, while untamed Alexander Morrison National Park comes alive in wildflower season, as does Beekeepers Nature Reserve north of town.

Three Bays Walkway

A sealed path following the limestone headland around Green Head, the Three Bays Walkway runs from the rocks above Anchorage Bay past Rocky Beach to Dynamite Bay. The path then continues past Hunters Beach to the South Bay lookout. You can extend the walk by adding beach walks at either side of the headland.