Uncomplicated coastal landscapes like Bunker Bay have a unique appeal. There is recognisable beauty in the long, long stretch of calm ocean kissing white sand.
There is the ease of nearby civilisation – a car park complete with showers and toilets, and a sensitively designed café that brings rescue from sand-filled sandwiches when long beach days collide with hunger. And yet still the trademarks of the Margaret River region are upheld; untouched bush surrounds, a feeling of the remote, and that very special sense of discovery that comes from kicking thongs off before hitting hot sand.
Up near the tip of Cape Naturaliste, Bunker Bay is sheltered from most of the prevailing winds and offers a calm playground for fishing, snorkelling, and beach-umbrella days.
8 Secret Swimming SpotsInsider tips on getting to the region's most secluded beaches. It’s no bold claim that Western Australia is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, nor that the Margaret River region has some of the best beaches in the state. As a major drawcard, the region’s beaches can get pack...