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Augusta Hotel Motel
Australia's South West - Augusta
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With a superb river front location high on the banks of the Hardy Inlet, where the Blackwood River meets the Southern Ocean, the Augusta Hotel Motel boasts one of the best views of any pub in Western Australia. The Augusta Hotel Motel is just 320 km south of Perth. With breathtaking coastline and natural attractions the Augusta region is one of Australia's best kept secrets. It's idyllic location makes it the perfect place from which to experience the wonders of the South West: The beauty of Southern Right and Humpback whales in Flinders Bay, the power of the two oceans meeting at the Cape Leewin lighthouse, the lofty timbers, abundant bushland, wildflowers and birdlife of the Cape Naturaliste forest, the peaceful serenity of Hamelin Bay, the enchanting underground wilderness of jewel cave, Moondyne Adventure Cave, Lake Cave and of course, the magnificent fishing of both river and sea. All this within an easy drive of the Hotel. Built in 1912 the Augusta Hotel Motel is a family orientated establishment, with a sportsman's bar and TAB facilities, large lounge bar with bistro meals and our famous Jimmy's Grill, a restaurant with million dollar views and a kid friendly outdoor area with bowling green to play cricket of bocce, while you relax and take in the beauty of the awesome landscape and oceans. Come on down for a visit and our friendly staff will be waiting with a smile, a cold beer or local wine and some great advice on our fabulous region.

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Contact: Brad Tanis
Tel:(08) 9758 1944
Fax: (08) 9758 1227
Address: Blackwood Ave, Augusta WA 6290

  • Being part of the lively atmosphere at Bunbury's Rose Hotel .
  • Taking in a Sunday Session at Seashells Caves House.
  • Spending an afternoon tasting some of the region's best drops.
  • Taking a walk through the majestic tall tree karri forests of Pemberton.
  • Walking through a carpet of wildflowers during spring in Mt Barker over 500 varieties exist here, with 30 or 40 found nowhere else in the world.


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