Breamlea Holiday Park is host to a range of outdoor activities for you to do.
Take a two minute stroll through the dunes and discover the spectacular ocean beaches, Bancoora and Stingray Bay. If you’re feeling active there are also plenty of walks along the coast and through wetlands amongst some of the state’s most significant coastal vegetation. Read more at wetland wandering.
The curling waves are a favourite with board riders and bodysurfers. Bancoora Surf Life Saving Club patrols Bancoora beach every weekend from summer to early autumn. Remember to stay between the flags!
Anglers can try their luck at one of the beaches or Thompson Creek (locally known as Bream Creek). Fish known to inhabit the creek and wetland include the big-headed gudgeon; black bream; greenback flounder; long-snouted flounder; small-mouthed hardyhead, tommy ruff, yellow-eyed mullet, common galaxias and Australian salmon.
If you’d rather just lie back and soak up the sunshine, simply stake out your patch of paradise on the wide sandy beaches.
Definitely keep an eye out for other species of bird inhabiting Breamlea, you might be lucky enough to spot the Orange-bellied Parrot on its annual migration.
Other birds you might see include the white-faced heron; masked lapwing; double-banded plover; red-capped plover; silver gull; grey teal; rednecked stint; greenshank; crested tern; and whitefronted chat.
Ideal for groups
School or community groups can utilise the range of accommodation options and organise educational activities, utilising the recreation room and other facilities as you learn about the unique natural environment or just enjoy the tranquil surroundings.