Located 175km south of the Perth CBD, Bunbury is a port city and also Western Australia's third largest city after its capital, Perth. Originally a timber, mining and farming city, Bunbury is now a tourist destination in its own right, combining old world charm with all the facilities and atmosphere of a major city. Renowned as Western Australia's dolphin capital, Bunbury has an abundance of friendly and playful Bottlenose dolphins that visit Koombana Bay and the surrounds. Offering an amazing chance to get up close and personal with this cheeky creatures, visitors can see them on the beach or cruise aboard a tour where you can interact with them in their natural environment.
Accommodation in Bunbury offers quality over quantity, featuring a choice of hotels and resorts without the array seeming overwhelming. There are just enough accommodation options to offer you choice without complicating the decision. Accommodation ranges from 4 and 5 star and boasts an excellent range of room types and an outstanding range of onsite facilities in ideal locations throughout the city of Bunbury, conveniently located close to a range of activities and attractions and enjoying picturesque views of the city or waterfront.
Offers luxury studio and apartment accommodation on the waters of Koombana Bay in the historic heritage-listed Silos precinct...
Bunbury packages are the best way to make the most of your time in this exciting part of Western Australia and save you time and money at the same time. Just like the city of Bunbury itself, these holiday packages offer all the charm of old fashioned service with all the modern convenience of planning and booking your holiday online. Bunbury packages combine everything from flights and accommodation to tours, transfers, car hire, travel insurance, meal packages and more. Bunbury packages also offer a great range of travel bonuses and ensure you won't miss a thing, including the amazing resident dolphins, with a great range of activities and attractions available to pre-book online.
Bunbury has sister cities in Jiaxing, China and Setagaya, Japan. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) recognised Bunbury as the fastest growing city in Australia in 2007. Bunbury is within an easy drive of a range of adventures and attractions in the Geographe Wine Region. Nearby Donnybrook is renowned for its arts and crafts, orchard and burgeoning wine industry. Located right on the doorstep of Bunbury, The Ferguson Valley is building a reputation as the south west's next Margaret River.