EXPLORE

PLAY

There is a HUGE variety of things to do in Bremer Bay from swimming, surfing, sailing, body boarding, kayaking, to 4×4 driving, snorkelling, diving, bushwalking and viewing our amazing array of wildflowers. Occasionally there is dive equipment available for hire & or purchase, depending on the season. If you need any help in finding places to obtain equipment, just give us a ring before you get here.

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- WILDFLOWERS -

August to October wildflowers are in full bloom across the renowned bio-sphere. Pic Noel Hoffman - South Coast Donkey Orchard
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- BIRD LIFE -

All year round you will see amazing birdlife across the beautiful landscapes. Pic Jen Noble
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- KILLER WHALES -

Jan to April bring Orcas to the Bremer Bay Canyon which is located 70km offshore from Bremer Bay. Pic Keith Lightbody
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- WHALE WATCHING -

From July - October, Southern Right whales, and occasionally Humpback whales, are seen along the picturesque coastline.

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- FISHING -

There are many varied species of fish with both on-shore and off-shore fishing.
https://www.fishingspots.com.au/s/bremer-bay/

Surfing Bremer Bay

- SURFING -

There are a number of beach breaks scattered across the Bremer region.
http://www.surfingatlas.com/spot/2536

AROUND

THE REGION

EXPLORE

Here is a list of many other things to explore and experience for your stay in Bremer Bay.

EXPERIENCES

FOOD/WINE

AMAZING

BEACHES

Beaches

The beaches in Bremer are superb. Here is a listing of the many beaches all within a short distance or within 1 hours drive/4wd.

  • Main Beach
  • Little Boat Harbor
  • Short Beach
  • John Cove
  • Fishery Beach
  • Fosters Beach
  • Dillon Beach
  • Stream Beach
  • Reef Beach
  • Blossoms Beach
  • Native Dog Beach
  • Banky Beach
  • Back Beach
  • Peppermint Beach
  • Doubtful Bay / Hebs Beach
  • House Beach
  • Torregellup/Trigelow Beach
  • Point Ann

Stay safe 👌

Bureau of Meteorology
Severe Weather Update: Deep low pressure system to impact Western Australia this weekend. Video current at 12 pm AWST, Saturday 23 May 2020.

Communities in western parts of W.A. should prepare for an unusually widespread severe weather event along the west coast commencing around midday Sunday. Heavy rain and very gusty winds are likely with dangerous waves exceeding 8 meters and abnormal storm tides.

While most areas will receive winds gusts to 100km/h, multiple low pressure systems are expected to form in the approaching trough. Winds near these centres will be especially severe with localised gusts to 130km/h possible.

By Sunday night, severe weather will be confined to the south west of W.A. easing during Monday.

Know your weather. Know your risk. For the latest WA weather forecasts and warnings visit www.bom.gov.au/wa/warnings/, and follow advice from emergency services.

Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA | ABC Emergency
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Wind just starting to build up😎

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If you got a couple of spare minutes - this video shows the beautiful blue beaches and bush surroundings of this remarkable place :)
Please tag others, so they may be amazed too!Arround Bremer Bay, Native Dog beach and Bangky beach . Located in Jerramungup Western Australia. Filming by Dji Phantom 4 Drone. Please give a thumb up if y...
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Looking forward to visiting

Hi guys what’s the rules around stay at the park at the moment. Length of stay, use of facilities, pets etc.

Lyn Bohnen for your trip

Daphne Falzon omg this is amazing 😉

Kylie Read Can’t wait to get back there

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Hello All 😊

The Premier has outlined that restrictions will be eased as of the 18th of May 2020– PHASE 2.

Restrictions relaxed, with travel allowed between:

South West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Perth-Peel regions
Mid-West, Gascoyne and Pilbara regions (excluding the biosecurity zone)
Goldfields-Esperance region (excluding the bio-security zone)
within Kimberley Local Government areas (the Commonwealth’s bio-security zone remains in place).
Travel exemptions will be required to travel between these regions.

The dot points below are in place from this period.
Please keep in mind the below points could change at any time dependent on information provided by Federal or State Government authorities

• You are welcome at our park as long as your residence is within the same region as our park

• Each adult staying at the park will be required to fill in a Guest Declaration form that will be emailed to you upon booking with us

• The office will be open from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. 7 days a week. Booking requests made after the above hours, will be responded to the next day. Please leave a clear voice message on the answering machine if the phone is not answered.

• Not all booking requests may be approved depending on numbers already in the park

• Some ablution blocks are currently closed off for maintenance – you may be required to walk to another ablution block which is not the closest ablution to your camping area.

• NOTE: Ablution blocks will still only be allowed to have x-amount of people in them at any one time – including laundries.

• All camp-kitchens and playground are still closed and off limits

Please do not come to stay in Bremer Bay if you or any of your family are feeling ill or unwell. You will also be required to adhere to all existing social distancing restrictions

Social distancing, good hygiene and the 4 sqm rule apply to all activities.

WA remains in a State of Emergency, and various restrictions are enforceable by fines of up to $50,000 for individuals and $250,000 for businesses. Police officers also have the power to issue $1,000 on-the-spot fines.

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Dyan Treloar We need a holiday!!!

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