Western Australia
Bunbury is located 182 kilometres to the south of Perth on the magnificent Leschenault Inlet.

In 2010 Bunbury had a population that was in excess of 50 000 and growing rapidly. In a little over a decade the city has made a remarkable transformation from an industrial city into the lifestyle capital of the state.

The Bunbury campus of Edith Cowan University and the adjacent South West Regional College of Technical and Further Education complement several private and public educational establishments in the area. In addition, major private and public hospitals, provide health care within the city.

For visitors and locals alike, water activities of all types abound within the area, including dolphin watching, fishing boat charters, crabbing, cycling and walking activities, historic tours, camping, sailing, fishing, golfing, swimming, surfing, dining out and many others.

The Bunbury Horse and Country Music Show is a local community event held in the city annually during Mid April. Visit the Bunbury Horse and Country Music Show website

Greater Bunbury is the commercial and residential centre of the South West Region of Western Australia, which in turn is one of the most diverse and dynamic regions in the nation. The city boasts a port which by volume is among the top ten ports in Australia.

Nearby schools
Bunbury Catholic College
Bunbury Primary School
Bunbury Senior High School
Carey Park Primary School
College Row School
Cooinda Primary School
Newton Moore Senior High School
South Bunbury Education Support Centre
South Bunbury Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School
St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Nearby places
Australind  Dardanup  Capel

Connections to the National Broadband Network are due to be available in Bunbury after March 2015. Learn more.

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The port of Bunbury
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Bunbury - an overview of what its like

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