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
-NATURALISTE CHARTERS-
-WHALE WATCH WA-

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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/

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- 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

I can’t believe this actually occurred nearby ... 😢SEAL SHOT AT CHEYNES😢😢

Tests have confirmed that an Australian sea lion found at Cheynes Beach near Albany over the weekend died as a result of wounds inflicted with a firearm.

Australian sea lions are listed as a threatened species and significant penalties apply for injuring or killing them.

The Parks and Wildlife Service is urging anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to contact them on 9842 4500.
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I can’t believe this actually occurred nearby ... 😢

 

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I hope they catch whoever is responsible for this. 😭

I have actually seen this done many years ago by professional fishermen when the seals get into their nets. They wreak the nets and cost the fishermen a lot money, but I Am also into the preservation of wildlife, however big or small.

That is heartbreaking 💔

Omg what is wrong with people.

Oh I am SO over humans and what we are doing to this world 💔

So bad 😡

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Naeem Razak 😥😥😥

Worrying isn’t it. Some sub human once again deems their activity is more important than this poor seals life who was doing what it needed to survive in its ecosystem! Who ever murdered this poor innocent seal is a pathetic selfish excuse of a human. I hope you rot.... 😡

lets help find the arsehole 😡

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Don’t miss out on a great day!!!Fancy a game of mini golf followed by delicious food or a great coffee? We are open over the long weekend and right through till Sunday 2nd Feb from 10am to 3pm every day!👍so pop we would love to see you 😜 ... See moreSee less

Don’t miss out on a great day!!!

 

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Julie Mckenzie

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