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Onslow Beach Resort

Location: Onslow, North West

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Hours: 7:00am to 7:00pm (Mon-Sat) / 8:00am to 6:00pm (Sun)

Getaway on an Aussie outback adventure to the Onslow Beach Resort.


Experience Western Australia’s coastal outback at the Onslow Beach Resort, the gateway to the Mackerel Islands. This absolute beachfront resort offers relaxed, civilised sophistication - a refreshing welcome when travelling through the remote, rugged beauty of the Pilbara region. Located on the mid-coast of WA between Exmouth and Karratha, a 2-hour flight or 1,400km drive from Perth, the sparkling new Onslow Beach Resort serves up stylish comfort, fantastic food and spectacular waterfront views along a red sand beach. Stay in modern self-contained apartments overlooking the pool or ocean. Enjoy a bite to eat or a chilled drink at the stunning Beach Club restaurant and bar. Resort facilities include free Wi-Fi, Foxtel, outdoor swimming pool, BBQs, gym, tour desk, Avis car hire and ample parking. A short stroll to the town supermarket, service station, post office, chemist, visitor centre, museum, aquatic centre, sport and recreation centre. Ideal for business and leisure guests with a variety of activities and tours available, including fishing charters and holiday adventures at the Mackerel Islands.


  • Air Conditioning
  • Carpark


    Cnr Second Avenue & Third Street, Onslow WA 6710, Australia


    Getting to Onslow
    Onslow is located on the mid-coast of Western Australia, easily accessible by direct flights from Perth via Virgin Australia, and by road via Onslow Road. Scenic flights are also available from Exmouth with Shark Bay Aviation and from Karratha with Aviair.

    Onslow Road runs about 80km off the North West Coastal Highway, which connects the main towns of Geraldton, Carnarvon, Exmouth, Karratha and Port Hedland, or off the Great Northern Highway which connects from Broome.

    Onslow sits almost right in the middle of Exmouth and Karratha, being a 4 hour drive north from Exmouth or 3 hour drive south from Karratha. The Onslow Road turnoff is easily visible with sealed roads on the North West Coastal Highway following all the way through to the end of Onslow Road, making your drive an easy and safe one to embark on.

    If you’re adventuring through the stunning Karijini National Park, the Nanutarra Munjina Road will connect you with the N W Coastal Highway then Onslow Road, and takes approximately 5 hours drive time.

    From Perth
    By Air – Virgin Australia offers daily 2-hour flights from Perth to Onslow

    By Road – 1,400km or one and a half day’s drive on fully sealed roads from Perth to Onslow

    Approximate Distances & Driving Times
    Perth to Onslow: 1,400km – 14 hours & 30 minutes
    Geraldton to Onslow: 965km – 9 hours & 45 minutes
    Carnarvon to Onslow: 495km – 5 hours
    Exmouth to Onslow: 400km – 4 hours
    Karratha to Onslow: 300km – 3 hours & 15 minutes
    Karijini National Park to Onslow: 450km – 5 hours & 30 minutes
    Port Hedland to Onslow: 540km – 5 hours & 30 minutes
    Broome to Onslow: 1,130km – 11 hours & 20 minutes

    Car Hire
    Car hire is available from Onslow, Karratha, Learmonth and Exmouth. Avis Onslow has a convenient pick up and drop off location at the Onslow Airport and the Onslow Beach Resort.

    Cancellation Policy

    Bookings must be cancelled at least 48 hours prior to arrival date to receive a full refund. Cancellations made inside the 48 hour period will be charged a fee of one nights accommodation. All no shows will be charged for the first nights accommodation.

    Group Bookings:
    Group bookings (10 or more rooms) must be cancelled at least 28 days prior to arrival date to receive a full refund. Cancellations made inside the 28 day period will be charged a fee of one nights accommodation per room.


    The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.