Moses Rock

Star 4.5 (104 Google reviews)

Moses Rock and Honeycombs are both stunning beaches at the end of Moses Rock Road. The sandy beach is punctuated with rocky outcrops and tidal pools.
Moses Rock as a surf break is a gentle left-hander and Honeycombs is a left and right. Both work well in a straight westerly swell and easterly wind but are worth a visit simply for their incredible beauty.

Enjoy the newly built mangrove boardwalk for a stroll, goof around with the kids at the playground, or simply enjoy a packed lunch (or pack for a BBQ) under the shady trees.

For the lovers of wildflowers, stop here for some spectacular viewing along the Cape to Cape Track in spring!



Moses Rock

Moses Rock Rd, Wilyabrup WA 6280, Australia


Star 4.5 (104 Google reviews)
Esther Schipp 22 July 2021

Nice spot to draw close to nature, walking through listening and seeing birds. Boards are looking worn with some patches covered with metal bits. View was lovely to see the iconic Bunbury tower in the distance. Renovations in the vicinity noted, so looking forward to returning when it is completed.

Tash 21 February 2019

M a n g r o v e B o a r d w a l k This place is well worth the visit. Lots of parking. Beautiful views. Play park for kids at parking bays with shaded bench to sit. In fact, there are lot of shaded areas/seats along the trail. Not too busy. Behind the park, along the footpath, you’ll find a huge undercover area with lots of seating, gas BBQ facilities and a open grassed area. Be aware that this is the only place you’ll find a bin on this trail. I would recommend more bins along the pathways. I had a cup of coffee with me, which I had to carry the entire way on the walk and back. Had I known I would have finished it before heading off. You’ll hear and see many birds.There are the tiniest of fish in the water (see video). You can opt to not do the boardwalk by following the pathway instead which will lead you to the bridge. If you do the boardwalk you’ll be heading through the bush until you reach the other side where you’ll find a pathway to the long bridge you can see from the highway. This is the busier area. Dogs on-leash are permitted. You’ll see people roller skating, riding bicycles and jogging. You can see Bunbury from this point over the water. Bare in mind that it is quite a long walk if you intend to do the entire boardwalk and bridge.

Rasika Mahadura (RASI) 25 December 2018

nice and relaxing working tails. has newly build kids play ground next to car park too.

Sandra Harvey 10 February 2022

1 of my favourite places. I never go to Bunbury without taking some time out of the hustle and bustle to visit here and restore my energy and calm. Beautiful gardens, the inlet is totally picturesque. Can't beat it for inner city retreat.