Bremer Bay Travel Guide

Bremer Bay is a popular holiday destination on the southwestern coast of Western Australia. Located in the Great Southern region, Bremer Bay is a coastal town that is known for its picturesque ocean views. During your adventures in the area, you will encounter rocky cliffs, flawless beaches, lush heathland, and sapphire waters.

Things to see and do in Bremer Bay

Famous for its impressive range of flora and fauna, Fitzgerald River National Park is just waiting to be explored by nature lovers. Nearly two thousand different species of flowering plants can be found here, while this large and lovely green zone also comes complete with a special whale watching platform which attracts both visitors and local people between the months of June and October.

Fitzgerald River Park – Bremer Bay, Western Australia

Red Wildflower in the Fitzgerald River National Park, overlooking the sea near Hopetoun, Western Australia.

People who want to learn more about the rich history and culture of this part of Australia should make sure that they allow plenty of time to explore the Wellstead Homestead Museum. This was once Bremer Bay’s first official residence and how houses an impressive collection of family heirlooms and vintage cars.

There are plenty of great places in and around Bremer Bay where visitors can try their hands at surfing. Native Dog Beach is one of the most popular places in the area to ride the waves and the beach is lined with an excellent range of shops, eateries and other amenities, while Fosters Beach and Dillon Bay are also great options.

Barrens Beach – Bremer Bay, Western Australia

Beautiful Barrens Beach at Fitzgerald River National Park, Western Australia.

Set on a flat and sandy plain, Stirling Range National Park was established in order to preserve the Stirling Ranges, which is an impressive mountain range that rises more than a thousand metres. Keen mountain climbers and bush walkers are sure to be in their element here, while botanists will be able to admire a huge collection of flowering plants.

Named after the pretty Waychinicup River that flows through it, Waychinicup National Park also boasts a large number of other natural features including tiny islands, waterfalls and caves. There are also several enchanting walking trails for visitors to follow, especially around Mount Manypeaks, while Waychinicup River boasts several secluded fishing spots.