Bunker Bay is a small, pristine cove adjacent to Cape Naturaliste approximately three hours drive south of Perth, Western Australia. It is an ideal spot for swimmers, surfers and snorkellers, and as the most westerly point along the south west coastline, the headland provides a great place to see wildlife including the annual whale migration.
A great day at Bunkers should include a meal or coffee and cake at the award winning Bunkers Beach Cafe which is nestled on the fringes of the beach, followed by a swim or surf in the enticing waters of the Indian Ocean. The beach has two surf breaks, Farm Break and Bone Yards, with Bone Yards being the furthest along the beach.
While you are there allow 45 minutes for the leisurely walk from the only public beach access, next to the Cafe, to the far end of the beach where you will find the Bunkers Bodyboarder Sculpture. If you are lucky you may see seals or dolphins surfing the waves quite close to shore, breaching whales further out to sea, or bodyboarders being towed in by jet skis and getting some 'air'.
So please come and visit, and take some time to sit for a while and just enjoy the beauty and peace of this magnificent piece of Australia. You won't be disappointed!
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