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Welcome To Bunbury Western Australia for all your Bunbury accommodationsBunbury attractionsBunbury restaurants and Bunbury local business needs.

There is so much to see and do in and around Bunbury too. We have pristine beaches, superb yachting facilities, awesome Karri Forestscaves and inlets, beach and sea fishing, breathtaking dives including the amazing ‘Lena Wreck’, playful dolphinswhale watching, great shopping, sumptuous restaurants and a cosmopolitan cappuccino strip, magnificent art galleries, delightful wineriesworld-class golfinglovely lagoons and of course excellent accommodation. Our harbour is one of the most picturesque in W.A. and you can drive along the breakwater all the way to Koombana Bay. Now, you must not leave Bunbury without visiting the dolphins at Koombana Beach (near the inlet mouth of the harbour). Of course we can’t promise that they will turn up on time, but this is one of the few places that you can see these magnificent creatures up close and personal.  

In Bunbury between June and September watch out for magnificent humpback and southern right whales, who pause to play a while in the surrounding waters before migrating to the Antarctic.

Our Accommodation pages provide concise information on the many Bunbury accommodations and outlying area accommodations which include Bed & BreakfastHotelsMotelsVillasHousesChaletsResorts and Caravan Park style accommodations.

Our Attraction pages provide concise information on the many Bunbury attractions available in the area with markets, restaurantscafes and a great location for all the family. Mandurah is also home to great attractions like Dolphin Discovery Centre and of course Bunbury's stunning foreshore and beaches.

Bunbury is the major seaport of the South-West region, and the largest centre in Western Australia outside the metropolitan area. It is an expanding regional centre with a wealth of natural and man-made resources. It is surrounded by much of WA's best agricultural land, and the area is also rich in minerals. Bunbury, however, is primarily a holiday centre, and each year thousands come here to enjoy their holidays. The city is also used as a base to visit many beauty spots of the South-Wes

Bunbury is a major port and business centre of the southwest of Western Australia. 173km south of Perth, Bunbury has all the major attributes of city-living, commercial opportunities, facilities and attractions and all mixed into a beautiful seaside setting. The fishing, swimming beaches, temperate climate and proximity to the southwests popular towns make Bunbury a popular spot for holidaymakers heading down the coast south of Perth.  Bunbury is a cosmopolitan regional city offering a dynamic and diverse range of holiday experiences.

A combination of waterways and natural surroundings, teamed with first class attractions, activities and facilities make Bunbury a captivating holiday destination.

Bunbury is great place to visit and the great base for touring the South-West.


Entertainment Acts hitting WA Shores

day on the green Sandalford Winery is the place to be when it comes to experiencing massive international acts. Last season's Day on the Green series saw unforgettable performances by Leonard Cohen, Alicia Keys and many more. In the coming months there are so many exciting acts to be announced and we can't wait to host more of the world's great artists in such a stunning venue. Sandalford creates the perfect atmosphere for a wonderful night under the stars.


Travelling around Western Australia is relatively an all year round experience as our sealed road system is quite extensive. In the summer months those who wish to visit the north of Western Australia be aware the the seasonal rains of the north can close these roads in a very short time. Unsealed roads in this area are usually closed from November to March.

Road trains are likely to be encountered on many of our highways and care should be taken when deciding to overtake them or even passing them in opposite directions. These vehicles can be up to 50 metres long so when passing make sure there is a least a one kilometre distance between your vehicle and any oncoming car.

Never attempt to overtake these vehicles unless you are absolutely sure it is safe to do so. When passing these road trains in opposite directions, the air dispersement ahead of the road trains and as they pass can be quite surprising. When approaching a road train slow down and keep a firm grip on your steering wheel as they pass.

Bush fires, especially in the summer months are a regular occurrence. Visitors need to exercise extreme caution as the lighting of fires can cause irreparable damage to the area.


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