Bunbury

The largest city outside of Perth, Bunbury is the gateway to the South West and centre of commerce for the region.

A modern city with all variety of businesses a city needs, Bunbury may not be large by world standards but provides the vibrancy of a city with the relaxed, laid-back air of a prosperous country town.

Set upon a picturesque estuary where it meets the ocean, Bunbury is bounded on two sides by water, and on the others by farmland and bush, providing a variety of picturesque and attractive settings. Bunbury is also an ideal base from which to head out to the Ferguson Valley, Donnybrook, Capel and Australind.

The Marlston Waterfront precinct is a quite new esplanade featuring bars, restaurants and cafes overlooking beautiful Koombana Bay, while one of the popular shopping and cafe strips is Victoria Street.

Places of interest in and around Bunbury:

– The Dolphin Discovery Centre on Koombana Bay, where you can swim and feed wild dolphins
– The Marlston Waterfront precinct featuring bars, restaurants and cafes overlooking beautiful Koombana Bay.
– Victoria Street for interesting old architecture, alfresco cafes and boutique shopping
– The distinctive Bunbury Lighthouse

See the Bunbury Locations map

CONTACT DETAILS:

City of Bunbury
4 Stephen Street, Bunbury
Tel: (+61 8) 9792 7000
Email:  records@bunbury.wa.gov.au​
Web: http://www.bunbury.wa.gov.au
Opening Hours:  Mon-Fri 8:30am to 5:00pm.

Bunbury Visitor Centre
Old Railway Station, Carmody Place, Bunbury
Tel: (+61 8) 97927205
Email: welcome@bunbury.wa.gov.au
Web: http://visitbunbury.com.au/

 

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