Bremer Bay Caravan & Camping Park

Caravan Park - Western Australia


There is a HUGE variety of things to do in Bremer Bay from swimming, surfing, sailing, body boarding, kayaking, to 4×4 driving, snorkelling, diving, bushwalking and viewing our amazing array of wildflowers. Occasionally there is dive equipment available for hire & or purchase, depending on the season. If you need any help in finding places to obtain equipment, just give us a ring before you get here. Bremer Bay Caravan Park has 125 powered caravan/camping sites. We offer a variety of camping and caravanning sites on both grass and gravel surfaces, the majority of which are shaded by peppi trees which help to protect from the wind and the sun. Please note, unpowered sites are only open at certain times of the year.


  • Powered and unpowered sites
  • Playground
  • Amenities block
  • Free WiFI
  • Tennis and basketball courts
  • Camp kitchen
  • 2 x dump points
  • Kiosk / general store
This park has it all and nothing is too much trouble. Huge grassy sites, campfires allowed, they bring sand over to put underneath your fire box and then there is a spot to take your ashes leaving the grass in perfect condition for the next folk on the site. The area is very beautiful and there are walks and plenty of sightseeing. Loved our stay here.

Nice tidy van park just down the hill from AusPost, etc alongside the estuary. The museum/coffee shop is really worth a visit, only a few kms away past the other van park. Meals are available at the Bremer Bay Resort, a 15 minute walk up the hill. Reception staff are very helpful with maps and suggestions. There is a new sealed bike path (mainly through the bush) between the two van parks.
Powered Site $34.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from