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Bremer Bay

Visitor Centre:
Bremer Bay Beaches Resort
Wellstead Road
Phone: 08 9837 4290
General:
Bremer Bay was named in 1848 by the Surveyor General, John Septimus Roe, in honour of Sir James Gordon Bremer, Captain of the Tamar.
Bremer Bay is a wide expanse of crystal clear, azure blue water and an endless stretch of striking white sand. The main beach, only 10 minutes walk from the town, has a sheltered cove that is very popular for swimming.
Excellent fishing is possible from the rocks or beach and a small boat harbour/launching area is at nearby Fishery Beach and Little Boat Harbour.
Easy access to the many magnificent surrounding beaches offers stunning views and excellent fishing. Most beaches are now accessible by 2WD cars.
History:
Whale Watching

The sheltered bays of the Fitzgerald River NP and Bremer Bay are one of the two places in Australia, where Southern Right Whales come to calve in large numbers during their annual migration from June to November. They can easily be observed from the whale watching platforms at Point Ann.

The Fitzgerald River National Park

This world recognised Bio-Sphere Reserve is very close to the town of Bremer Bay. The Park offers extremely diverse Flora and Fauna, beautiful bays and beaches, rugged mountain ranges and river gorges.
The park is accessible to all 2WD vehicles and offers limited overnight camping with toilets and gas BBQs at some beaches.

Bremer Bay Sports Club

The Club offers licensed club rooms and conference facilities with panoramic views of the ocean.

Attractions:
Whale Watching

The sheltered bays of the Fitzgerald River NP and Bremer Bay are one of the two places in Australia, where Southern Right Whales come to calve in large numbers during their annual migration from June to November. They can easily be observed from the whale watching platforms at Point Ann.

The Fitzgerald River National Park

This world recognised Bio-Sphere Reserve is very close to the town of Bremer Bay. The Park offers extremely diverse Flora and Fauna, beautiful bays and beaches, rugged mountain ranges and river gorges.
The park is accessible to all 2WD vehicles and offers limited overnight camping with toilets and gas BBQs at some beaches.

Bremer Bay Sports Club

The Club offers licensed club rooms and conference facilities with panoramic views of the ocean.