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Dolphins Encounter

A pod of up to 90 dolphins live in Koombana Bay and you can often have a chance encounter when you are swimming, fishing or boating in the bay.

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Wineries

The south west of the state is famous for some great wines that include Chardonnay, Riesling, Verdelho, Tempranillo, Viognier, Sangiovese, Merlots and Shiraz.

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Dining

Bunbury has a great range of cafes and restaurants to choose from, some with fantastic view over the harbour and beaches. There is the Cappuccino strip in Victoria Street where you have a choice of cafes to choose from.

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Shopping

A large city like Bunbury has ample opportunities for shopping for the locals and for the tourists alike. There are major shopping centres and small centres in outlying suburbs and rural centres.

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About Bunbury


The city of Bunbury is the third largest in Western Australia and is located south of the Perth, the state’s capital. It is 175km south of Perth on the Leschenault Inlet where the Collie and Preston Rivers meet and on Koombana Bay. The area fronts a larger bay called Geographe by Captain Freycinet who saw the area by boat in 1803.


The area has a Mediterranean style temperate climate with warm to hot summers and mild winters.The colder months are the wettest with summer typified by late afternoon storms.


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Hotel

Visiting for leisure or business? Bunbury has a wide range of accommodation to suit all needs and budgets. Explore all hotels, motels, apartments, resorts and tourist parks in the area.

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