Located towards the tip of Cape Naturaliste, Bunker Bay is arguably the most picturesque beach in the region.
A white sandy beach to walk along, turquoise waters to swim in and gorgeous, natural surroundings.
Cape Naturaliste – Point Piquet
Between Eagle Bay and Meelup, this beach reveals itself in summer when the tides change and the white sand reappears.
The water is a pure turquoise blue, contrasting with the burnt red rocks on the shore, and in-between, there are plenty of places to lie and contemplate life.
Dunsborough – Castle Rock Bay
Located on the east side of Cape Naturaliste, this calm, turquoise bay is protected from the westerly winds and ocean swell. Perfect for swimming, fishing and relaxing.
Castle Rock is located at the end of Castle Bay, accessed by a meander along the beach or via the Meelup Trail. A climb to the top will offer spectacular views.
Yallingup – Canal Rocks
Witness spectacular seascape views across the Indian Ocean and up and down the remote coastline at Canal Rocks.
Thousands of years of the Indian Ocean surging and crashing against this section of granite coastline has chiselled out a narrow channel between the granite rocks. A narrow timber walkway allows for easy access and great views of the rushing ocean beneath.
Yallingup – Smiths Beach
Powdery white sand stretches along the long and spacious Smiths Beach. A beautiful bay known for big waves at a break called Supertubes and clear waters.
Definitely one of the region’s most popular beaches for swimming, surfing, body boarding, sunbaking and walking.