Pullman Bunker Bay
Bunker Bay, Western Australia, Australia
At a Glance
Pullman Bunker Bay is only a 3-hour drive from Perth - a perfect contrast after visiting the city
With immaculately landscaped grounds and boardwalks through native vegetation, the resort combines absolute beach frontage with the hinterland of the Margaret River
The resort is ideal for families, both from the activities and facilities on offer and in the room configurations
The region enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and relatively mild winters
The award-winning day spa, Mii Spa, offers a range of soothing natural spa treatments
Ideal location on the far south western corner of Australia for the perfect combination of wine tasting and whale watching.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Pullman Bunker Bay or take a look at our itineraries to Western Australia
Located just 3 hours south of Perth, in the world renowned Margaret River wine region, Pullman at Bunker Bay is perfectly located with direct access to stunning Bunker Bay beach, which boasts turquoise seas and white sand and is protected by the Cape Naturaliste promontory.
The apartment style villas are spacious and ideal for families or groups of friends traveling together; whether you chose a studio, one, two or three bedroom villa, all are luxuriously appointed using local, natural materials including Jarrah timber floors and limestone feature walls. Bathrooms are spacious and light and there is a real feeling of openness here with all villas having views of the garden or lake and with direct access to the beach. All come with a fully equipped kitchenette, open plan living room with dining area and laundry facilities.
There is a fantastic array of dining options at the hotel, from a pool bar, bistro and the more formal restaurant. The award winning restaurant, 'Other Side of the Moon' serves modern Australian cuisine with a Mediterranean twist and meals can be enjoyed outside overlooking the dazzling Indian Ocean. Of course Margaret River is on your doorstep which is renowned for its local produce of food and wines, so you will be spoiled for choice when venturing further afield in the area too. There is a wonderful spa and also golf nearby if you tire of the many natural attractions.
Pullman Bunker Bay has 150 luxurious bungalow style villas ranging from studios, to one, two and three bedroom units. Spacious Studio Villas have private courtyards, kitchenettes, lounge areas, large bathrooms and direct beach access to Bunker Bay. One bedroom Villas are on the lakeside with direct beach access and have the addition of open living/dining areas and laundry facilities. Two and three bedroom Villas also have a fully equipped kitchen and two/three bathrooms. All have CD/TV/DVDs.
Children are very welcome to come and stay at Pullman Bunker Bay and will love exploring the caves, whale watching and kayaking. The hotel does not have any specific facilities available for children but is more than happy to arrange babysitting on request.
The Other Side of The Moon restaurant offers modern Australian cuisine inside and out with views over the Indian Ocean and there is also a bar and lounge and wonderful in-villa dining options are also available. Pullman Bunker Bay has a heated infinity swimming pool with views of Bunker Bay and the Indian Ocean, a sunbathing deck, tennis court, fully equipped gym and an award winning Vie Spa with soothing natural treatments.
Pullman Bunker Bay offers guests complimentary weekly wine tasting and recreation classes and the extensive gardens are great for walking and jogging. Offsite activities include visits to wineries, whale watching, wildflower tours, visiting the lighthouse, caving and experiencing the underwater observatory.
Location & Directions
Bunker Bay, Western Australia, Australia
Boasting a beachfront location, the Pullman Bunker Bay is ideally nestled alongside the crystal clear waters of beautiful Bunker Bay offering easy access to marvelous attractions such as wonderful Margaret River vineyards, dive sites, beaches and fishing areas in Western Australia.
When to go
The Margaret River has a lovely climate all year round and enjoys a Mediterranean style climate with warm summers and mild winters. The busy season is summer (November-April); expect to pay premium prices during December and January, and over Easter when the wine harvest is gathered. Spring (October-November) is particularly pretty, with carpets of flowers and lovely blossoms. Winter (June-September) is best for whale-watching.