Moore River Beachhouses
Moore River Beachhouses offers a variety of self contained properties throughout the Moore River region. Only 1 hour drive north of Perth CBD, Guilderton Village is located on the banks of the Moore River where the Moore River meets the Indian Ocean. Guilderton is a traditional West Australian holiday village with traditional style beach accommodation.
A weekend will feel like you have been away for longer. Ideal for all ages with both river and ocean access, lovely bush walks, and a choice of country style cafes restaurants and tearooms.
"Guilderton", where Moore River meets the Indian Ocean, originally know as Gabbadah, an Aborignal term meaning “mouthful of water”. This pristine estuary is in an idyllic coastal setting for a relaxing holiday in Guilderton. The first beach side village off Indian Ocean Drive on the way to Lancelin.
"Caraban" a rural river retreat located south of Guilderton on the south bank of Moore River between the Indian Ocean and Wanneroo Rd. The River Retreat is located on the banks of Moore River with a 10 minute drive to Guilderton village.
Only 1 hour north of Perth CBD and 30 minutes south of "Lancelin" an outdoor adventure wonderland with surf, sand boarding, and 4 wheel drive options.
Lancelin famous for windsurfing and great beaches ~ home of the Ocean Classic an international windsurfing competition.
*Lancelin Ocean Classic | Lancelin | January 14 – 17, 2016
The longest running windsurfing event in Australia, attracting world-class competitors.
All beachhouses are different sizes and unique in personality. Options of river, bush and ocean views. To decide on a property which will suits your needs simply click on the "Beachhouse" page at the top and read descriptions of property options. Alternatively utilise the request engine on the left side of the page by entering arrival date, departure date and the number of guests, click on search and an selection of available beachhouses will appear.
For more to see and do in the Moore River and the Region have a look at http://www.mooreriverregion.com.au