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3+ Dunsborough Dog Beach: Complete Locals Guide

Exploring the best Dunsborough dog beaches is a must-do for any visitor to the Margaret River region, especially those seeking a delightful spot for their furry friends.

As a Margaret River local since 2016, my family, including our Siberian Husky, Buddy, has spent countless hours discovering the joys of these beaches.

In this post, I’ll guide you through the top dog-friendly beaches in Dunsborough, where the pristine waters and friendly atmosphere make for a perfect day out.

From secluded coves to bustling beachfronts, I’ll share insider tips to ensure you and your canine companion have a memorable experience at Dunsborough’s beautiful shores.

Calm waters and scattered rocks along the Dunsborough Foreshore, under the clear blue sky.
There are several Dunsborough dog friendly beaches available here, which makes it a perfect location to stay!

Dunsborough Dog Beaches

1. Dunsborough Foreshore and Town Dog Beaches

🌏DISTANCE FROM DUNSBOROUGH: 1km | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 46km |📍LOCATION: Dunsborough WA | Google Maps

Overcast skies above the turquoise waters of Dunsborough beaches, with a lush green park and wooden fence in the foreground.
Old Dunsborough is a very cool beach facility.

2. Eagle Bay

🌏DISTANCE FROM DUNSBOROUGH: 9km | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 55km |📍LOCATION: Eagle Bay WA | Google Maps

Serene Dunsborough dog beach with clear blue skies, gentle waves lapping over scattered rocks, and a pristine stretch of sand, inviting dog owners for a picturesque walk with their pets.
The stretch of beach along Point Picquet with Eagle Bay in the distance

3. Bunker Bay

🌏DISTANCE FROM DUNSBOROUGH: 13km | 🌏DISTANCE FROM MARGARET RIVER: 59km |📍LOCATION: Naturaliste WA | Google Maps

Wrapping Up: Best Dog Beaches in Dunsborough

Dunsborough dog beaches offer a slice of paradise for both pet owners and their furry companions. With a variety of beaches like Dunsborough Foreshore, Eagle Bay, and Bunker Bay, each location provides a unique experience.

But don’t let your exploration end here. The Margaret River region is home to a plethora of stunning beaches, each with its own charm. I encourage you to read our other posts on beaches and dog beaches in the area to discover more canine-friendly spots.

Continue your adventure with our guides and find your next favorite beach in our beautiful region!

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🚑Should I buy Australian travel insurance?

100% YES! — Australia has “free” healthcare but it’s only for citizens and permanent residents. Foreigners visiting need travel insurance in case anything happens on their visit. I like SafetyWing – their Nomad Insurance starts at just $1.50 USD a day!

🚗Should I rent a car in Australia?

Yes — Renting a car is a necessity in most of Australia! If you want to go on road trips or adventures outside of the major cities, and even if you’re staying in a major city, you’ll want to rent a car. If you are visiting Margaret River, it will be even more important that you hire a car, you’ll need it to be able to get around and see all the great attractions and wineries!

🏨What’s the best way to book my Australian accommodation?

My go-to for Australian hotels is Booking.com. Pretty much all registered accommodation use Booking.com (but not necessarily any of the other major booking platforms), and even most of the holiday homes and caravan parks use Booking.com too!

If you’re planning a trip to Australia where you will stay at multiple locations, it’s super handy to have all your accommodation listed in one place, and accommodation owners like Booking.com because it’s easy to contact the guests using the messaging platform if the guest has an international phone number.

I sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to Margaret River!