Where is Bremer Bay
Take a day trip to Bremer Bay, a coastal community located 180kms east of Amazing Albany. The small town is surrounded by stunning coastline and natural wonders. If you want to surf, fish or swim, there are many beaches to choose from. Rare and beautiful flora and fauna is in abundance.
Neighbouring Bremer Bay, covering over 329,000 hectares, is the Fitzgerald River National Park one the largest and most botanically significant national parks in Australia. Here you can walk among 1,800 beautiful and rare plants species, many unique to the park. Explore the varied landscapes on foot, in your four wheel drive or by water in a canoe.
Bremer Canyon – a newly discovered marine wilderness hot spot.
Every year, between January and April, this remote spot off the WA coast becomes the epicentre for an unbelievable intensity of life.
Journey with Naturaliste Charters to the Bremer Canyon – a stunningly beautiful, remote habitat abundant with marine wildlife: whaler sharks, giant squid, sperm whales, masses of sea birds and the largest known group of killer whales in the Southern Hemisphere.
Tours run for 1.5 hours, from the Bremer Bay Boat Harbour, Fisheries Beach, located at the end of Swarbrick Road, Bremer Bay. You will be taken out on a 55ft purpose built whale watching vessel with three viewing areas – a spacious lounge area with seating for 30 inside, a huge foredeck and an upstairs fly-bridge with 360 degree views for an exhilarating experience.
Naturaliste Charters’ friendly, professional and informative crew have marine science backgrounds to ensure visitors learn everything possible and have an unforgettable experience. Tour numbers are limited so everyone on board has the best opportunity to see the wildlife.
For more information on Bremer Bay or to book a tour to Bremer Canyon visit the Albany Visitor Centre, Old Railway Stn, 55 Proudlove Pde, Albany WA 6330 or call (08) 6820 3700.