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Getting Here

Bunbury is located in the South West corner of Western Australia – south of our capital city, Perth. View Bunbury’s location on Google Maps.

By air

The Perth International and Domestic Terminals receive flights daily from all Australian capital cities and around the world, with car hire, bus transit and other modes of transportation available to those arriving. For more information about transportation from the International and Domestic Terminals, visit the Perth Airport website.

There are charter flights available to Bunbury’s airfield, including pick ups from the Perth International and Domestic Terminals.

On wheels from Perth

Travelling south from Perth, driving takes approximately an hour and thirty minutes when travelling on the Kwinana Freeway and Forrest Highway.

Bunbury can also be accessed via the South Western Highway, a more scenic route which will take drivers through many small towns including Pinjarra, Waroona and Harvey.

On wheels from the south

Those travelling north to Bunbury from Western Australia’s southern region will find the most direct route is likely the South Western Highway.

Via rail

Bunbury is accessible by rail, with the Australind train departing from the Perth Railway station twice daily. The train takes approximately two hours and thirty minutes, making stops along the way at a number of towns situated along the South Western Highway, including Pinjarra and Harvey. For more information, including current timetables, about the Australind train and other train services, visit the Trans WA website.

Public transport to Bunbury

There are buses travelling to Bunbury daily from around the state, including Perth. For more information about buses to Bunbury, visit the Veolia Transport website.

Transport in Bunbury

There are several choices for transport in and around Bunbury. With many accommodation options and places of interest centrally located in the heart of Bunbury, visitors can walk or cycle to visit different dining or shopping spots. Natural attractions, including our pristine beaches, are also within walking distance. Bunbury features well maintained cycle pathways throughout most areas, as well as many scenic trails. Maps for these can be found under ‘Maps and Guides’.

Buses also depart regularly from the Visitor Centre, located in the Old Railway Station building on Carmody Place in the Bunbury CBD. These provide transport around Bunbury, and to many surrounding towns. Tickets can be booked at the office here, or online at the Veolia Transport website.

There are a number of vehicle hire operators also located in Bunbury – for more information, please see the hire and charter page.


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