Cape Bridgewater is a quiet seaside town, unspoilt, and tucked away in Victoria's South West, where it remains a true treasure waiting to be discovered... 

 

It is located on the western shore of Bridgewater Bay, 21 kilometres south-west of Portland, and 383 kilometres from Melbourne.

It lies within the Discovery Bay Coastal Park and is noted for it's stunning natural attractions.

 

Cape Bridgewater boasts sandy beaches, rugged windswept cliff-tops, lakes, sculptured coastlines,

limestone formations, caves, blowholes and mountainous sand dunes. 

It is also home to a colony of up to 650 Fur seals and has the highest coastal cliff in Victoria.

These cliffs are a suitable spot to observe Southern right whales in winter and spring. 

 

For these reasons the Cape and the nearby coastal area is classed by the government as the second most important coastline in Victoria, after the 'Twelve Apostles', along the Great Ocean Road.