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Geographe Bay

Water-based fun amidst the west coast's breathtaking natural beauty

Stretching from Cape Naturaliste in the west to the city of Bunbury in the north, Geographe Bay is renowned for its white sand beaches. Its waters are clear and shallow, making this the perfect destination for safe swimming and snorkelling. For surfers, the best waves are found at the bay’s northern end, while scuba divers should head south to Dunsborough. Here, the wreck of the HMAS Swan lies waiting to be explored just offshore. From June to November, humpback whales pass through the bay on their annual migration. If you’re lucky, you can watch these leviathans breaching and playing from the shore.

Busselton Jetty
A mere 10 minutes by car from the resort, you can visit one of Western...
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Tuart Forest National Park
Nature lovers and children alike enjoy the arboreal wilderness that is Tuart Forest Nation...
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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in mainland Australia, and a must see at...
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Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park
Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park covers a rugged stretch of coast between 2 lighthouses, ...
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Margaret River
The picturesque town of Margaret River is a 35-minute drive southwest of Bayview Geographe...
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