Geographe Bay, Dunsborough

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
Named in 1801 after a French explorer’s ship, Geographe Bay is a wide curve of the coast extending from Cape Naturaliste to the city of Bunbury. Sheltered from the rough seas and featuring some of the shallowest waters found along this part of the coastline, the bay is a popular destination for recreational boaters. Visit the Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden structure in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the landmarks of the bay, for numerous photo opportunities at sunset or sunrise. You can also surf in the bay, as well as explore several whale-watching spots. Adventure seekers can visit the wreck of an Australian Navy frigate, sunk in the bay in 1997, which is one of the area’s popular dive spots. Put Geographe Bay at the forefront of your travel plans using our Quedjinup vacation generator.
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  • Such a long beautiful beach with quiet shallow waters, beautiful sand and clear sea. Plenty of access to the beach whether you are walking, cycling or coming by car. Plenty of beach for everyone to fi...  read more »
  • Geographe Bay is sheltered by Cape Naturaliste, which protects it from the worst winds. The bay is usually quite placid. It is also quite shallow,. The Busselton Jetty iis the longest jetty in the Sou...  read more »
  • Went for a stroll by its coastline one fine morning and it was beautiful. The scenery was peaceful and serene. It's a nice place to just sit back relax or even meditate. It is easily accessible with c...  read more »
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