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Bunkers Beach House will be up and running again from Thursday the 11th of June.

Bunkers Beach House

Monday - Friday Lunches 11:30am - 3:30pm
Saturdays & Sundays 8:30 - 11:00am Breakfast / 12noon - 3:00pm Lunches
Farm Break Ln, Naturaliste WA 6281
  • Breakfast
  • Coffee/Tea
  • Licensed
  • Lunch
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Private function or dining room(s)
  • Restaurant
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly

A secluded beachfront location...

Nestled in the dunes overlooking the crystal clear waters and white sands of Bunker Bay, the restaurant is the perfect setting to enjoy breakfast, coffee or lunch; or to celebrate weddings and special occasions.

Situated on the edge of the Indian Ocean, the restaurant was designed to blend with its natural surrounds and take full advantage of the spectacular vistas of the turquoise waters and white sands of Bunker Bay, which is protected by the Cape Naturaliste promontory. It is one of the few absolute beachfront restaurants in Western Australia, complete with boardwalk access to the Indian Ocean.

The venue offers alfresco dining on the large deck during the warmer months, which is sheltered by the north-facing beach; or a relaxing open fire to enjoy during winter.

Their Chef has designed modern Australian menus that feature fresh seasonal produce in a variety of contemporary dishes complemented by a range of outstanding Western Australian wines. You are invited to come and experience Bunkers Beach House as there is simply no better place to unwind, share wonderful food and wine and enjoy magical views.

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Google Reviews

Absolutely amazing everything. Service, view, and food to die for. Best seafood with the best view. And service this good is pretty hard to find. Let me taste a couple wines and found us a table on a bank holiday, amazing. Would give it 6 stars. Irene Sáenz Manso
Great location practically on the beach. Lovely setting , fancy food. But I was disappointed that the fish finger sandwich was one home made 'fish' finger between plain white bread, and hard to detect any fish in what seemed like mostly deep fried mashed potato. Dennis Schram
As good a spot for lunch as you can find. Excellent food with a fantastic view! A little pricey but what can you expect for the location? Dogs are allowed both on the beach and when dining at the outdoor seating. They have a decent wine list to boot. Olly Whelan
Very Disappointed. On the web site they said they were open every day but they are actually closed on Tuesday & Wednesday. It is so easy to update and keep the details right. It was a nice area & nice beach. Not sure if we will ever get a chance to go back though. Peter Coole
Wife and I had one of the best seafood lunches ever. The scallops were remarkable and I'd drive back just for the fresh baked bread alone. Highly recommended. Steven Eisbjerg
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