Located in the northwest corner of Western Australia, Broome is one of the most remote towns in Australia. Even more remote is Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat, located 119 kilometres and just over an hour’s drive south of Broome, or 27 nautical miles by boat across Roebuck Bay.
I recently checked out Eco Beach on behalf of Australian Yoga Journal – and I loved what I saw. It’s a special place that on first and lasting impressions is both awesomely authentic and in keeping with the vision for an eco-friendly, sustainable tourism project. It feels like a personal invitation to explore a very loved part of this rugged and beautiful coastline from a place that knows what it is.
On offer is the chance to explore an amazing part of Australia, stay in beautiful accommodation (the Eco Tents are like an Australian version of an African Safari), eat yummy food from their organic garden, relaz and they offer daily morning yoga.
Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat is located 1.5 hours drive south of Broome in Western Australia. Eco Beach also runs yoga retreats with visiting teachers throughout the year and offers group bookings to yoga schools and teachers looking for the perfect venue to host a retreat with tailor-made activities schedules and menus. For bookings and enquiries phone (08) 9193 8015 or visit www.ecobeach.com.au