Bunker Bay Loop, Dunsborough

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Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 3 reviews.

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Annique Lee


I completed this hike today, weather was not bad, just the occasional drizzle. I parked at the Cape Naturalist car park and headed to the last car park where I began the hike. You can also start at the left side of the pathway from the car park as you enter the shops and cafe. Anyway, the trail was fairly easy, some steep decline with rocks jutting out so it is a matter of being careful as you step in some areas, I headed down to the Shelley Cove platform, stunning! Heading back up I came across the beautiful sea caves along the cliff, breathtaking. I ended up by diverting and joining the Lighthouse Loop. I finished off my hike with a beautiful turmeric latte and a lovely scone at the lighthouse cafe.

Puja Fjeldstad


Beautiful views and good challenging terrain but the flies bothered my partner quite a bit.

Dave Reid


The trail head is easy to miss. It is diagonally across the RV carpark currently marked by an orange bollard. Pleasant easy walk that takes you down to the cliff edge lookout. We spent half an hour watching the seals basking on the rock and a mob in the water floating with their fins raised. The track is a bit rough in places and easy to stumble. This track also joins up with the Lighthouse loop that takes you back to the main carpark and the start of the Cape-to-Cape trail. Finished off with a beer at the Eagle Bay Brewing Company.

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