Who said a luxury holiday and kids don’t go together? How often have you been faced with that family dilemma of, “do we holiday alone or do we take the kids”? After my last holiday with fighting kids….mmmm. But at Eco Beach, we’ve got the balance right for a ‘family’ holiday where you can “have your cake and eat it too” or “have your wine and drink it too”! We’ve got it so sorted for the school holidays, and one thing’s for sure – the kids won’t have the time or energy to fight. Mother Nature will wear them out. Good and proper!
Kids can revel in a safe, natural adventure playground from sun up to sun down. From stand-up paddle boarding to kayaking, snorkelling, swimming, beach fishing, beach fossicking around the rocks of Cape Villaret, a trip to Jack’s Creek to explore a mystical world of mud and mangroves, turtle watching, whale watching………the outdoor activities are limitless.
Whilst we don’t offer the likes of ski school or ‘kids club’, we’ve found some creative ways of luring the kids away from you during the school holidays. Go and enjoy a fishing charter, a massage, a yoga session, time chilling out by the pool or a simple beach walk together whilst the kids do ‘yoga for fun’, help the chef collect eggs and fresh produce from the vegie patch, go bush walking, go bird watching or cover themselves in mangrove mud in our famous ‘mud ‘n fun’ activity. The kids will be so chilled out with a zillion stories to tell and heavy eye-lids by 7pm. Bliss for any parent.
After a sunset game of beach cricket, the kids can catch a movie, including dinner and supervision. And it’s not just chicken nuggets and chips on our kids’ menu either! The upside – parents can enjoy a relaxing dinner at our signature restaurant, ‘Jack’s', knowing that the kids are safe and having fun. What’s more, this bit of luxury is on us – it won’t cost you any extra.
So, close your eyes and imagine – you’re sipping chilled WA champagne in tall-back chairs on the edge of the cliff watching the sun go down whilst the kids play beach cricket or cast a few lines from the shore. Maybe your nature-loving teenagers (like my 12 and 14 year old girls) will be content to don binoculars and take themselves off to the ‘bird hide’ to spot some birds and revel in the freedom of being able to set off on a safe adventure all on their very own. They’ll want sleepover after sleepover at Eco Beach……
Luxury + Kids = Eco Beach