Located in the heart of Dunsborough, Bayside Burger Bar is the ideal venue for families and friends looking to unwind and recharge after hitting the local attractions.
Looking for a venue for your next Corporate Event or Party?
Why not hire out our upstairs area complete with your own bar, tables and lounge seating, and a full AV system at your disposal.
Check out our venue hire PDF for more info.
239 Naturaliste Terrace,
Dunsborough, WA 6281
Open 7 Days a Week
11.3 am – 9 pm
The southwest region of Western Australia is known the world over for its incredible selection of award winning wineries, craft breweries, and distilleries.
Local spots that put us on the map
An iconic summertime surf break and beach near Sugarloaf. Leg it over the rocks to get out there. Just as popular with dolphins as humans. Great spot for beachcombing with the kids.
A towering granite rock that emerges from the Indian Ocean near Cape Naturaliste.
One of the most photographed coastal rocks in the South-West.
Find a surf break that’s just right from one of the 3 Bears reefs just south of Sugarloaf Rock.
B.Y.O 4WD to access it. Old Kingswoods and Corollas will struggle.
Legendary surf break on a shallow reef.
Made famous by a bloke named Munga, and rated as one of the best beaches in Australia - if not the world - by a bloke named Matt..
There’s not much you can’t do at Injidup.
Swim, surf, fish, hike or explore. Plenty of hidden treasures at both ends of this amazing stretch of sand.
This picturesque bay will have pristine conditions when the west coast is a washing machine. A favourite for photographers and surfers looking for a sheltered option in winter.
Rocky Point is a left-hand point break found at the north end of Eagle Bay. Considered a ‘family friendly’ wave, and very popular with European backpackers. Foreign accents, seals and whales abound.
A spectacular bay between Eagle Bay and Meelup.
The water is a pure turquoise blue. Nowhere better to contemplate life, au naturel.
The iconic local mountain bike trail that sees you blasting downhill with sweeping views across Meelup Regional Park. Just "send it".
Castle Rock is located at the end of Castle Bay and is accessed by strolling along the beach or via the Meelup Trail. A climb to the top will offer a pretty sweet view, especially when there’s a full moon.
The old Dunsborough Caravan Park that was closed in 2000. Happy camping memories here for many Dunsborough visitors in times gone by. The spot to ‘pick up’ back in the day.
Many an epic fishing adventure has started at the Quindalup boat ramp. Geographe Bay offers some of the best secret fishing spots. And don’t forget ‘Squiddy’ the giant squid. He’s still out there.
The once infamous pitch-black walk trail that connects Caves House Hotel with Yallingup beach. Said to be haunted with the crushed egos of many a spurned Sunday Session punter.