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The northern gateway to Australia's southwest, Bunbury is the starting point for visitors looking to deep dive into one of the most biodiverse regions on earth. From pristine beaches to lush jungles boasting timber giants, friendly bottlenose dolphins and rich Aboriginal culture, the cosmopolitan city of Bunbury is a must-visit. To explore the Outback region, hop in a 4X4 - you’ll find daily car hire prices starting from just $44 AUD for a sturdy vehicle like a Toyota RAV4. Prices for economy cars in Bunbury start from just $14.89 in low season. Book your Bunbury hire in advance with Enjoy Travel for a seamless trip.
Guide to Bunburry
Bunbury is found in Western Australia, about 175 kilometres south of Perth, the nation’s capital. Nicknamed the “City of Three Waters,” the city is situated on a peninsula and is embraced by the Indian Ocean, Koombana Bay, and the Leschenault Inselt on three sides.
Climate in Bunbury
Bunbury experiences a Mediterranean climate so you can expect hot and dry summers while winters tend to be cool and wet. Avoid the months between May and September as that’s when precipitation peaks.
The Greater Bunbury region was inhabited by the Noongar people, an indigenous Australian tribe who used to refer to the area as “Goomburrup” before the arrival of the European settlers.
Things to do in Bunburry
Visit an Insta-worthy art gallery
The distinctive pink exterior of the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery makes it a popular spot for photos. The interiors are no less impressive; BRAG boasts an impressive collection of public art as well as a constantly changing rotation of incredible art exhibitions displaying the talents of local and international artists alike, making it a must-see while you’re in Bunbury.
Socialise with friendly bottlenose dolphins
Bunbury looks out towards the tranquil Koombana Bay, home of about 40 residential and 100 visiting bottlenose dolphins every year. Swing by the $12-million-dollar Dolphin Discovery Centre to learn more about these incredibly intelligent cetaceans that are closely related to whales. Book the Dolphin Swim experience for the extremely special opportunity to get close to these playful marine mammals.
Eating out in Bunburry
For an intimate dinner with impeccable service, book a table at the cheekily-named Yours or Mine. Their steak paired with ginger beer gets rave reviews. The Side Door Restaurant makes the most of the fresh produce the South West has to offer. Do not miss trying their delectable pork belly dishes as well as freshly caught seafood delicacies. For deliciously hearty and delicately spiced curry and rice dishes, look no further than Funkee Monkee Eatery and Bar, a favourite among the locals.
Fly into Bunbury Airport (BUY), about 8 kilometres from the city centre.
Getting around Banbury
Greater Bunbury’s bus services are provided by TransBunbury. For rail and coach services to other parts of Bunbury, take TransWA from Bunbury Terminal. Other, smaller, coach services and rail services are run by South West Coach Lines and Australind train.
Bunbury has plenty of road trips to set off on. The most popular car to hire here is a Mitsubishi ASX, which is a small SUV. This type of vehicle gives you the versatility to explore both the city and the wild Outback.