THE DOUBTFUL ISLANDS PENINSULA OWN AN ENTIRE PENINSULA!!!
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A TRULY AMAZING LAND PARCEL.....
OWN AN ENTIRE PENINSULA, SURROUNDED BY CRYSTAL BLUE WATERS ON ALL SIDES
ONE OF WA'S OLDEST LAND TITLES (FORMERLY A WHALING STATION DATING BACK TO 1837)
APPROX 3700 ACRES
ON THREE TITLES
APPROX 9 KM OF OCEAN FRONTAGE
5KM OF BEACHFRONT ON 4 BEACHES, 4 KM OF GRANITE HEADLAND
VERY CLOSE TO BREMER TOWNSITE
BORDERING THE PROTECTED BREMER BAY AND ENJOYING VIEWS TO THE MT BARONS
AN ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY!!
Lot 1307 on Deposited Plan 254842
Lot 1325 on Deposited Plan 227320
Lot 1306 on Deposited Plan 254843
If you are yet to discover Bremer Bay, you have just got to get here!
Bremer is one of the states most naturally beautiful coastal towns (and one of the states oldest historic stone settlements - c.1848) with a permanent population in the 100's which swells to close to 10,000 in the popular Easter and New Year Holiday periods, and for obvious reason.
Geographically unique on the entire south coast, this region consists of three huge peninsulas offering kilometers of island style coastline protected in any breeze and with ocean moderated temperatures (minimums consistently warmer than the rest of the region) all year round due to the ever present crystal blue waters that this area is renowned for - quite arguably some of the most beautiful waters and swimming beaches in the world. In between the headlands are two massive bays, Dillon Bay and Bremer Bay - azure blue safe anchorages and whale sanctuaries.
The Bremer town site itself is on the banks of the Bremer River and Wellstead Estuary and the shortest of strolls to the tranquil waters of Bremer Bay proper.
The high points on the headlands enjoy spectacular views including those to the east where the steep slopes of West Mount Barren plunge dramatically into the sea. (This mountain and ocean aspect not unlike the view to Mt Warning from Byron Bay for those who are familiar with it.)
Off shore surfing is available in most winds, and quality deep sea fish species are available close to shore due to unusual near shore reef set ups.
The drive to Bremer from Perth is easily achievable in under 5 hours (512Km) and is an immensely enjoyable and memorable one, broken regularly by a range of beautiful and interesting spectacles.
Meander through once grand and historic Wheatbelt towns with impressive architecture highlighting how different times once must have have been in these once once buoyant economic railway towns. Cruise through bright yellow canola fields contrasting against vivid pink salt lakes and marvel on the last part of the route as the road veers around and hugs the base of the striking Stirling Ranges as they rise abruptly from the fields of flowers that surround them.
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