The Bunbury Visitor Centre is located in the Administration Building, 4 Stephen Street Bunbury.
Open 9am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday
9.30am to 2pm Saturdays
10am to 1pm Sundays and public holidays,
The Koombana Bay resident dolphin population averages about 50 animals. Another 100+ dolphins visit throughout the year, particularly during the summer months.
The Dolphin Discovery Centre provides an immersive experience, with activity centres, interactive displays, feeding programs and tours that appeal to all age groups.
Bunbury’s popular Back Beach offers some of the best sunsets in the world.
A popular beach amongst locals it is an excellent spot for swimming, building sandcastles, snorkelling and surfing.
Beach fishing is also a popular pastime if you fancy the chance to catch your own dinner.
Cycle along the bicycle path which hugs the coastline or take a gentle stroll to revel in the beauty of the surrounds.
Koolambidi Woola translates to ‘celebrating young people’ – Koolambidi meaning ‘young people aged 12 to 25 years’ and Woola meaning ‘celebrate’.
Koolambidi Woola opened to the community in July 2022, with the precinct boasting a multi-sports court, parkour areas, mini golf, a youth services building, beach climbing net, event and performance space and more.
The Bunbury Geographe Motor Museum is housed in the City of Bunbury owned former South’s furniture building at 21 Wittenoom Street.
Opening its doors to the public in October 2020 the museum has been established to showcase the South West’s hidden treasures with a diverse collection of veteran, vintage, classic vehicles, racing cars, motorbikes and auto memorabilia.
Located only a short distance from the city of Bunbury, the Ferguson Valley is home to a fine array of wineries, galleries and beautiful scenery
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