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Vacation rentals in Bremer Bay

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Three Sands
SUPERHOST
Entire residential home · 8 guests · 6 beds · 1.5 baths
Three SandsThree Sands is situated on the spectacular Point Henry Peninsular and offers breathtaking panoramic views of Little boat harbour, Blossoms beach and Dillon Bay. Nestled on a private plot amongst native flora and fauna and only 10km from town, it is the perfect place to unwind with the family.
The Ridge
SUPERHOST
Entire cabin · 6 guests · 3 beds · 2.5 baths
The RidgeUnwind and take in the view from one of the most breathtaking destinations in Western Australia - a luxury cabin perched high on 12 acres of private land at Blossoms Beach. Only 5.5hrs drive from Perth, The Ridge is a perfect getaway for those who want to experience Bremer Bay without compromising on quality and comfort. Stay in architecturally designed beach cabin with uninterrupted ocean views 900m from the most popular beach in Bremer Bay.
Doubleview Blue
SUPERHOST
Entire holiday home · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath
Doubleview BlueAre you a couple or small family looking for the perfect place to stay in Bremer Bay? Look no further than Doubleview Blue, Bremer's BRAND NEW purpose built short stay accomodation, aptly named with views of the Southern Ocean and Fitzgerald River National Park. One of two cabins perched on a native block on the Point Henry Peninsular, only 5 minutes drive from numerous beaches and loaded with all the amenities you can need for your trip to Bremer Bay.

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Studio on Emma
$300 AUD per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Bremer Bay
Hidden Haven in Bremer Bay town centre.
$110 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bremer Bay
Harlequins Corner
$200 AUD per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Bremer Bay
Biddy Holiday Cabin 1
$120 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bremer Bay
Riverside Escape
$260 AUD per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire residential home
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Sea La Vie
$165 AUD per night
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Bremer Bay
The Bremer Bay Weekender
$150 AUD per night
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bremer Bay
Gunn Place
$219 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bremer Bay
Decked Out on Agnes
$220 AUD per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Bremer Bay
Wellstead Homestead ‘Boobook Cottage’
$160 AUD per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Bremer Bay
Relax amongst nature in the 1865 Wellstead Cottage
$180 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bremer Bay
Retro Susie in Bremer Bay - 11 Susan Street
$220 AUD per night

Your guide to Bremer Bay

Welcome to Bremer Bay

The little seaside town of Bremer Bay, on Western Australia’s spectacular southwest coast, is surrounded by a string of beautiful sandy beaches. This stretch of the coastline is a place of great natural beauty, but the major attraction is out to sea. Around 65 kilometres off the coast of Bremer Bay there’s an unusually deep sea canyon. Bremer Canyon is so rich in marine life that it attracts around 200 orcas for a frenzied feeding season every January. The waters of the canyon draw many other species of whales, too, as well as great white sharks and seabirds such as albatrosses and petrels. In summer, take your pick of white-sand beaches, from the town’s main swimming strip, Bremer Beach, to nearby Little Boat Harbour, which has a terrific scuba-diving trail and is also a stellar spot for snorkelling and fishing.


How do I get around Bremer Bay?

There aren’t any public transport services in Bremer Bay, so you’ll need your own car to get there and get around the township. Pick up a rental at Perth Airport (PER), the closest international and domestic airport, for the 5.5-hour drive to the coast. Or take a 70-minute flight from Perth to regional Albany Airport (ALH), from where it’s around a two-hour drive to Bremer Bay. If you want to get around by bicycle, you’ll need to bring your own or rent one in Albany before you head to Bremer Bay. Once in town you’ll find local tour operators offering snorkelling and shore diving expeditions.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Bremer Bay?

Summer is a great time to visit Bremer Bay. You may experience the occasional heatwave, but this part of the coast is much cooler than inland regions. Expect warm to hot days and cool nights from December through March. The school holiday period, from mid-December to late January, is always busy along the coast. Around New Year’s Eve, however, the town’s population can balloon from a few hundred residents to more than 7,000 as holidaymakers descend for festivities. Head out to Bremer Canyon from January to April for orca-spotting tours, while southern right whales come to the waters north of Bremer Bay to calve from late winter to early spring. The mild sea temperature doesn’t vary much throughout the year, so while you’ll need a wetsuit to dive or snorkel, the water will remain cool rather than chilly even in winter.


What are the top things to do in Bremer Bay?

Whale watching

Aside from orca season at Bremer Canyon from January to April, you may also encounter resident bottlenose dolphins and humpback, blue, and minke whales close to shore from July to October. (Bremer Bay is on the path of the whales’ annual migration to warmer waters and then back to Antarctica.) Southern right whales and their calves hang out in the sheltered bays of Fitzgerald River National Park, directly north of town, from August to September.

Wellstead Estuary

The town of Bremer Bay sits on a river that’s usually blocked from emptying into the ocean by a sandbar. The water forms the Wellstead Estuary, which teems with birdlife all year round. The resident shorebirds are joined by migrating birds from September until April. The calm waters of the estuary are also great for fishing for black bream and King George whiting.

Fitzgerald River National Park

This coastal national park on the other side of the estuary from Bremer Bay is a botanical treasure trove that’s home to more than 2,500 plant species. Check out the wildflowers along scenic bushwalking tracks before exploring secluded beaches around Point Ann, one of the best whale-watching spots on the coast.