Long white sandy beaches are easy to find in the Geographe region, which is bordered to the west by Geographe Bay. unbury’s Back Beach on Ocean Drive is a holiday hub with surf lifesaver patrolled beaches during the summer months. For fantastic ocean views walk or cycle along the landscaped path that follows the coast, using the Walk It Bunbury or Bike It Bunbury guides.
The Leschenault Inlet and Mangrove Cove, found right on the doorstep of the Bunbury CBD, is home to 25,000 year old white mangroves that lay claim to being the most southern population of their kind in Australia. Stroll the extensive boardwalks, complete with interpretive signage, for a closer look at this unique eco system brimming with more that sixty species of waterbird.
Further south is the popular swimming spot of Peppermint Grove Beach and to the north Binningup and Myalup Beaches offer excellent fishing.