Bunbury

The City of Bunbury is where city amenities and a country lifestyle come together. Dubbed the second capital city of Western Australia, Bunbury is a beautiful place to live, work or visit and has something for everyone. First gazetted in 1841, the City of Bunbury is now the commercial and residential heart of the booming South-West region of the State.


Dolphins

Dolphin Discovery Centre boasts Koombana Bay cruises, the chance to interact with the dolphins in their own environment, a discovery pool, aquariums and even a “digital dolphinarium”.

Bunbury Dolphins

Wildlife

At Bunbury Wildlife Park, meet Wombles the wombat, get up close and personal with the kangaroos or feed the many native birds.

Bunbury wildlife park
Arts

Art and entertainment

Bunbury is fast becoming a cultural hub with world-class performances at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, exhibitions at Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, and cutting edge street art.

Cafes and dining

Bunbury is in the midst of a small bar boom with trendy new establishments opening their doors to compliment the already hugely popular “cappuccino strip” in the CBD.

Brands

Water wonderland

Sandy beaches, estuaries and inlets make Bunbury a water lover’s paradise where skiing, boating and fishing go hand-in-hand with more sedate pursuits such as stand-up paddle boarding and swimming.

waves bunbury
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