Bunbury has something for everyone

Whether you’re into  adventure, nature or excitement,  art exhibitions, shopping or culinary delights at one of Bunbury’s award winning cafes and restaurants, you will find something exciting in this lovely part of the world.

Best of Both Worlds

Swimming with wild dolphins in Koombana Bay, or a sunset walk along the ancient basalt formations of Rocky Point magically melts away stress. Horse riding or mountain biking in the lush Ferguson Valley gets your blood pumping, while unearthing treasures along our high street will set your heart racing. Recharge the soul with an afternoon exploring W.A.’s leading regional art gallery.

And if all that activity leaves you hungry, the fresh local produce in our wineries, cafes and restaurants is simply mouth watering.

Where else can you observe wild dolphins and thought provoking art in one of W.A.’s largest ‘A Class’ art galleries, rock out at Groovin’ the Moo, or dine at one of several award winning cafes and restaurants? Whatever you’re into, Bunbury’s diversity means you’re free to be your authentic self.

City Shopping

With major shopping centres, numerous department stores, a home-maker precinct, plus unique stores and boutiques, Bunbury is the South West region’s shopping capital.

Hit the CBD where specialty boutique stores are combined with alfresco dining or go for convenience at the big shopping centres. For a more relaxed pace try the Marlston Waterfront.

City Sights

For 360 degree views over the city and for views over the ocean and inlet, climb the Marlston Lookout. Connected to Victoria Street by a timber stairway, it sits on the site of Bunbury’s first lighthouse. For a rigorous climb,

Boulters Heights between Wittenoom Street and Haig Crescent also offers fabulous city views, from a network of paths and boardwalks. Keep an eye out in the CBD for historic buildings and public artwork, or relax amongst the greenery in one of the city parks.