Wilderness Island off the Western Australia coast listed

Wilderness Island off the Western Australia coast listed
Staff reporterDecember 7, 2020

Wilderness Island, an island off the coast of Exmouth in Western Australia, has been offered to the market by Jim Alston.

It is currently the home of an eco-tourism business, Wilderness Island Safari Holidays, which has been operating for the past 14 years.

It costs between $635 and $700 a day to live on the island. To rent out the whole island it costs $3,000 a day.

The island is located on the eastern side of the Exmouth Gulf, an hour by boat or 10 minutes by plane. It sits adjacent to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.

Spanning two hectares, the island has a main lodge, six stand alone cabins all with en-suites, a workshop, desalination plant, moorings for three vessels and a 700 metre dirt airstrip.

Western Australia Sotheby's agent Neil McAllister has the listing.

This article was first published in The Weekend Australian. 

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