Fun Things to Do in Bunker Bay

Bunker Bay is one of the few north-facing beaches in Western Australia. Cape Naturaliste protects the bay and is located in the Margaret River Wine region. Family vacationers love it, as scuba divers and snorkelers feel delighted by the abundance of marine life found offshore.

There are many wineries, cellar doors, and restaurants in the Margaret River Wine Region, making Bunker Bay an ideal location for wine connoisseurs and foodies to base themselves for tours. Visitors at Bunker Bay can fish, paddle out to The Farm, a well-known surf break, or go snorkeling to see some magnificent marine life. In season, the wildflowers of Margaret River may be found just outside your door. Great views and banksia trees may be found at Meelup Beach, a 10-minute drive away. You can hire a personal driver service from Bunker Bay to take you safely around the tourist attractions and beaches.

Before finalizing your plan to visit Bunker Bay and hiring a private driver for the tour, check these best things you can do during your Bunker Bay visit:

  • Wine Tours:

Having wine tours during your Bunker Bay vacations is a must. Margaret River has award-winning vineyards, micro-breweries, restaurants, and cafés. Bunker Beach Resort serves breakfast, lunch, and great Wine. Wise Wine offers a wonderful perspective with tastings, lunch and supper, while Meelup Farmhouse provides lunch and is family and pet friendly. Plus, there are Eagle Bay olives with picnic hampers available.

  • Don’t miss your visit to Ngilgi Cave:

Ngilgi Cave, one of the region’s most popular attractions, allows guests to explore an old cavern without transportation from the early 1900s. In this vast network of limestone caves, guests are treated to a one-of-a-kind and spectacular experience that includes stalactites, stalagmites, crystals, and shawls.

  • Have fun at the beach at Meelup:

You may swim in the protected harbor of Meelup Beach, which includes a grassy area that gives shade during the hottest months. During whale season, you can even see whales off the shore of this beach. BBQs, toilets, changing rooms, and showers are all available.

  • Explore Lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste:

This stunning lighthouse is about 13km from Dunsborough and is a must-see near Yallingup. Bunker Bay limestone was used to build Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse in 1903. There are views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and Geographe Bay from its highest point of 123 meters. Chance Brothers of England created the 14-foot diameter lamp in England. That the steps are still standing shows their brilliant craftsmanship. Do a lighthouse tour is a great idea

  • Do enjoy a tour to watch Whales:

Dunsborough’s whale season runs from early September to late November/December. Whale migration travels via Geographe Bay, while Southern Right Whales leave with their young in October.

See these stunning marine giants from late September through early November. Point Piquet on Cape Naturaliste is the best place to observe them. Whales frequent this deep waterway every day. We’ve spotted them off Meelup Beach also. There are tours with professional drivers in Dunsborough and they can also take you to the Jetty and wait for your boat tour to see the whales

to finish.

The greatest way to see these magnificent marine giants is on a thrilling whale-watching trip. You may view dolphins, marine birds, seals, and whales on this boat cruise. Cruise on a huge boat with few people for the finest views, including morning tea.

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