From Esperance to Bremer bay – WA

23 February 2020

After having left Esperance I headed for Bremer Bay enjoying a stop at Fitzgerald River national park.

  • Fitzgerald River national park

To the east of Bremer bay is this national park which is worth seeing! It’s the eastern part of the park that can be visited, the rest has no road! When I arrived I went directly to sleep at the Four mile Campground (ten dollars with sanitary facilities, showers, BBQ).

The day after I went for a walk on the beaches near the campsite, Barrens beach and Four mile beach. It was not the best weather but there were still some clearings!

Then I drove up to Cave point and West beach.

On the way back I stopped at Mileys beach and there surprise, kangaroos! Wild ones, not like Lucky Bay. The beach is less accessible but I was delighted with this unexpected meeting :).

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

National parks are also always a delight for the wildlife fan that I am!

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

  • Bremer Bay

I started my visit by going to Bremer Bay (west side of Bremer beach). And there, surprise, dolphins !!! I love this kind of surprises, I did not expect it at all! So much so that I first spent time watching a bird :).

And turning to the beach: the dolphins!

Then I went to the heights, at the end of rock cairn cuneo drive. Going down you can stop at the wind turbine there is a beautiful view too.

I’m also going to see Back beach, short beach for the northernmost part of the peninsula.

Then Native dog beach (a beach where there were dingoes) and blossoms beach for the southernmost part!

And I left towards Albany ;).

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Mentions légales/Legal

Politique de confidentialité/Privacy policy

Politique de cookie/Cookie policy