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What We Love

  • Boardwalk beach access — the turquoise Indian Ocean is just a short stroll from your villa
  • An emphasis on locally produced materials such as jarrah hardwood floors
  • The award-winning Vie spa, which has an extensive treatment menu featuring native ingredients and organic essential oils

What To Know

  • The car-free resort has some great walking and jogging paths through landscaped gardens, in addition to a tennis court. For those with mobility problems (or a lot of luggage), buggies can transport you to your villa
  • For larger groups and families, a three-bedroom villa (sleeping seven) can be created by linking two- and one-bedroom villas via a connecting door
  • Starting the day with a dip in the ocean is a bracing experience, but young and less experienced swimmers should stick to the pool — the waves can be strong


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Beachside luxury resort, with spacious villas surrounded by landscaped gardens just minutes from Bunker Bay

The Look

Sitting among 35 acres of landscaped garden, with Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park as its next door neighbor, the contemporary Pullman Resort Bunker Bay has beach-meets-bush Australian chic written all over it. It blends effortlessly into its picturesque surroundings through the use of locally produced materials, including jarrah hardwood floors and limestone feature walls, while the high pitched roof in the reception area is supported by driftwood beams. Decorative flourishes are kept to a minimum, allowing the sea views from the floor-to-ceiling windows to do the talking.

Bed and Bath

Quite rightly, the focus here is on natural beauty. The one- and two-bedroom villas are sparsely decorated in neutral colors, with polished wooden floors, and have either a private furnished courtyard set in the garden or a deck area overlooking the lake. The resort features all-new kingsize beds with memory foam pillows, meaning it can be hard to tear yourself away, but at least checkout time is a lie-in-friendly 11 a.m. The spacious marble bathrooms come with indulgently deep standalone bathtubs and walk-in showers and are stocked with products from Paris perfumery Roger & Gallet.


Serving modern Australian food with a Mediterranean twist, the Other Side of the Moon is the resort’s fine dining restaurant. It’s headed up by chef Nathan Flannery, who has introduced a weekly changing seasonal menu. In keeping with the resort’s emphasis on the great outdoors, the dining room spreads out over an olive tree–studded terrace and offers sweeping views of the Indian Ocean. For a more casual meal, the bistro and bar serves lunch, dinner and local tipples from the Margaret River wine region, and you don’t even need to vacate your sun lounger to enjoy snacks and cocktails from the poolside bar. In addition, 24-hour room service is available in the villas.

In the Area

Home to more than 90 vineyards, the Margaret River region is a wine lover’s paradise. Enjoy a tasting with views of the vines at the award-winning Vasse Felix before lunching at Swings Taphouse & Kitchen. Delicious tapas-style dishes are served in the airy dining room and on the leafy veranda, and, just to add to the laid-back atmosphere, wines grown at the restaurant’s vineyard in nearby Yallingup are poured straight from the barrel into the carafe. Save room for a few scoops of ice cream at nearby Millers; the decadent raspberry with Belgian white chocolate sells out in seconds. If beer is your drink of choice, Eagle Bay Brewery is a 10-minute drive from the resort; it serves wood-fired pizzas and gourmet pub grub to complement the European-style brews. If all this excess is making you feel guilty, Mother Nature offers a workout in the form of the Cape Naturaliste’s hiking trails. Learn more about the region’s maritime history with a visit to the lighthouse at Geographe Bay — and keep an eye out for migrating whales.

How to Get There

Pullman Bunker Bay Resort Margaret River
Bunker Bay Road
Naturaliste, 6281 Australia


Tranquil experience.
Liz F

This was our second stay and as was the first experience it was a truly relaxing and serene stay. It seems a very much with nature environment with a subsequent peaceful and calm atmosphere. The accommodation was excellent with large areas with no sense of confinement and a pleasure to relax in. Facilities provided are first rate and support a relaxing and somewhat indulgent stay. Our only negative was the lengthy times experienced in receiving drinks and meals at the restaurant, appears to be a little under resourced. The staff are helpful and always have a smile.

First Class Service

Our stay at Bunker Bay Resort was very enjoyable. We had first class service from the staff , who were very helpful and pleasant. Meals were very good and the service at the restaurant was exceptional. One of the best places we have stayed and most enjoyable. Recommend as the place to stay in the Margaret River region.

Excellent Resort
Judy R

Beautiful accomodation. Very clean and well equipped. The staff were so friendly and helpful . Lovely views, very peaceful . Many amenities we didn’t use due to health restrictions, We would love to stay there again .