Dunsborough was one of the first seaside towns in the south west to attract tourists in large quantity and today it is still one of the most popular destinations for holiday makers in the region. With a prime location providing easy access to much the Cape has to offer, pleny of accommodation options, and the appeal of the calm lapping waters of Geographe Bay, Dunsborough offers a mix of modern with a touch of the bohemian. Dunsborough attracts a younger crowd than nearby Busselton, and with a range of good shops, cafes and the popular somewhat Bali feel of Samudra yoga barn and cafe, there is a lot about Dunsborough that you will find worth seeing.

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With a touch of Bali and the bohemian, Samudra Cafe and Yoga Centre is located in Dunsborough itself. With a style reminiscent of the old hippie days and the smell of incense wafting through, Samudra provides a quite unique styleᅠwith indoor and…

Easier than most lighthouses to climb, the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is built from limestone quarried from nearby Bunker Bay. At its highest point the lighthouse is 123 metres above sea level and offers spectacular views from the top viewing floor…

Sculpture By The Sea is an annual event held on Dunsborough foreshore presenting unusual works of art in a spectacular setting, making the pieces come alive and allowing people to interact with the art. The event runs from late January to the first…

Stretching from Dunsborough to Busselton, Geographe Bay is one of the most stunning stretches of beach and turquoise waters you will come across. This bay faces north so is generally protected by the prevailing south-westerly winds and is ideal for…