Bremer Bay

Bremer Bay is a coastal town on the south coast of Western Australia in the Great Southern region, positioned between Albany and Esperance at the mouth of the Bremer River. It is 515km southeast of Perth, the state capital, and 180km east of Albany. You can also fly from Perth to Albany in just one hour and 15 minutes, then take a two-hour drive east to Bremer Bay.

Living in Bremer Bay you can explore the vast and botanically rich Fitzgerald River National Park, covering 329,000 hectares, with diverse landscapes and 1,800 rare plant species. Witness southern right whales calving at Point Ann and Trigelow Beach during winter. Bremer Bay offers beaches for surfing, fishing, and swimming, including Fisheries Beach Marina.

Despite being one of WA’s more isolated destinations, Bremer Bay’s natural wonders, including orcas, vibrant sea life, pristine beaches, and wildflowers, make it a lovely part of WA to set down roots.

The suburb has lots of natural bushland along the winding Yakamia Creek, giving residents a beautiful view. There are several reserves, like the Bayonet Head Lookout, scattered around, offering places for recreation and peaceful picnics. This creates a strong sense of community in the calm surroundings. Bayonet Head combines history, nature, and communal spaces, painting a peaceful picture of suburban life.

Families are well catered for with Flinders Park Primary School, Australian Christian College – Southlands (combined) and St Joseph’s College (combined) all close by.

Families are well catered for with Bremer Bay Primary School and Gairdner Primary School close by.

The average population of Bremer Bay averages 373 and median average land prices sit at $202,300 (as of November 2023) *

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