The Bunbury Lighthouse looking out over the Indian Ocean

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Bunbury

The City of Three Waters

If you’re looking for a friendly and welcoming place to call home, look no further than Bunbury, Western Australia. This charming coastal town has something for everyone – from sandy beaches and delicious seafood to lush natural scenery and amazing local attractions. Let’s take a closer look at why Bunbury is one of the most sought-after towns in Western Australia.

A Coastal Town with a Small-Town Feel

One of the best things about Bunbury is that it has a small-town feel even though it is a major city. The locals are incredibly friendly and welcoming, making it easy to make friends and settle into life here. Everyone in town knows each other, so if you’re looking for an authentic community experience then this is the place for you!

Beautiful Beaches

Bunbury is located on the beautiful Geographe Bay, which means there are plenty of amazing beaches nearby. Whether you want to go swimming or just relax by the water with a good book, there’s something for everyone here. Plus, the sunsets here are absolutely stunning – so don’t forget your camera!

Incredible Food Scene

Bunbury has an incredible food scene with some of the freshest seafood around. From delicious fish and chips to mouthwatering oysters, there’s something for everyone here. Plus, many restaurants have outdoor seating so you can enjoy your meal while taking in the gorgeous views of Geographe Bay.

From its friendly people to its beautiful beaches and delicious food scene, Bunbury has something for everyone! If you’re looking for an authentic community experience with all the amenities of a major city then look no further than this charming coastal town in Western Australia. So what are you waiting for? Come explore all that Bunbury has to offer today!

City of Bunbury
The view from Marlston Hill Lookout looking over Bunbury. The city is changing so fast, that a photo taken last year, is not the same as this year. But it still keeps its coastal roots.
Yachting on Koombana Bay
Koombana Bay is the bay of plenty. It has dolphins, whales, seals, penguins, great fishing and so many watersports it would make your head spin. It also has a rich history of shipwrecks in the area.


Bunbury Map   

Latitude:

-33.33321358322831

Longitude:

115.6447791295574



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