If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful escape from a busy lifestyle, Seabird is the place for you. It is only an hour’s drive from Perth.

Seabird can be used as a base to go exploring other areas and activities including the Lancelin Sand dunes, canoeing down the Moore River in Guilderton, popping over to Gingin on market day or star gazing at the Gingin Gravity Discovery Centre.

Seabird does have plenty of accommodation including a private Caravan Park where each site has its own en-suite. Within the caravan park there are two playgrounds, tennis court, basketball ring, BBQ’s, swimming pool, indoor room with pool table, table tennis and arcade game.

The local Tavern provides 180-degree views of the ocean and you can view the magnificent sunsets from the comfort of the Tavern, while enjoying a beverage or two and a meal. There is also a small general store and cafe.

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Top Things to Do in Seabird

  • Time at the beach – The beach is sandy, no rocks and perfect for families. Remember to bring some shade, sand toys, beach cricket set and boogie boards, if the weather is nice you’ll be spending a lot of time here.
  • Do a spot of fishing – Great fishing whether on the beach or if you have access to a boat. You can always ask the locals if they will share their secret spots!
  • Sunset and dinner – enjoy the 180-degree ocean views whilst enjoying a meal and beverage from the Seabird Tavern.
  • Relax and read a good book – now you know you are on holiday.

History of Seabird

Seabird was originally a “Fisherman’s Village” where lobster fishing boats housed their crew. One of the first inhabitants was a Mr “Horrie” McCormick.

In recent times, significant damage has been caused to the fore dunes by encroaching seas and restoration work has been undertaken.