Bremer Bay is a small beachside community located 180km north east of Albany
. Blessed with many beautiful white sandy beaches it is a popular fishing destination and the southern gateway to Fitzgerald River National Park
The main beach is only 10 minutes walking distance from town. The protected cove area is very popular for swimming and the sheltering rocks are a great fishing spot. Four-wheel drive access is permitted further around from the cove and dogs are allowed in certain areas.
Fishery Beach Marina provides the keen angler with excellent boat launching facilities and a jetty and rocks to fish from. For the not so keen angler there is a small protected cove suitable for relaxing and observing fishing activities.
Short Beach is a nice stretch of crisp white sand and azure water ideal for fishing, body surfing and dog recreation. Walk to the end and explore the rocks for crabs, shells and other interesting marine items. It’s the perfect beach to enjoy on a fine calm day.
Little Boat Harbour is a calm protected cove and popular with families. Safe swimming and snorkeling areas, toilet facilities and beach boat launching draws many beach lovers to this gorgeous little patch of sand. Dogs are prohibited at this beach.
Tooreburrup Hill Scenic Lookout located off Black Rocks Road provides 360 degree views of the coast, stark white sand dunes and surrounding bush land.
Wellstead Museum is a historic point of interest for those intrigued by the old colonial lifestyle. Dating back to the 1850’s the old homestead has been refurbished by fourth generation son Max Wellstead. The old sheep and cattle grazing property features a heritage museum, café restaurant and self contained stone cottage accommodation.
Bremer Bay is very busy during the summer months, school holidays and long weekends. Camping is prohibited at all beaches and there are only two caravan parks in town. Alternative cheap bush camping is available at Millers Point Reserve located 53km west of the township. Follow the Borden Road 14km east of Boxwood Hill and turn south onto Millers Point Rd, which is unsealed. The camp ground sits on the Beaufort Inlet and has plenty of shade, a boat launching area, pit toilet and dogs are permitted. Exposed camp sites are subject to windy conditions so aim for a sheltered area to set up camp.
Bremer Bay is a fisherman’s paradise, providing many options for beach, boat, rock and river fishing. Commonly caught fish from the beaches are Skippy, Salmon, Whiting, Herring and Shark. Rock fishermen pull in Samson Fish and Groper. River and inlet fishing predominantly finds Black Bream. So if you’re into fishing and relaxing on the coast then Bremer Bay is the holiday haven for you.
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Destinations in Western Australia
Cape Le Grand
Cape Range National Park
Eighty Mile Beach
Fitzgerald River National Park
Gibb River Road
Kalbarri National Park
Kennedy Range National Park
Porongurup National Park
Port Denison Dongara
Torndirrup National Park
Wellington National Park
William Bay National Park
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