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The Beach Villa Bunbury

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  • 4 guests
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 beds
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Basilica

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  • 6 guests
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Beach Shack @ Marlston

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The Relax Pad by the sea

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About Bunbury

Choose your ideal type of accommodation from holiday rental houses, self service apartments, holiday bed & breakfast properties and more in Bunbury for your next holiday.

With great last minute accommodation deals on offer, you can book your perfect accommodation in the Bunbury area of South West in WA now!

Bunbury: The Art of Ocean Living

In under two hours from Perth, travelers can get to Bunbury, home to white sandy beaches, friendly dolphins and a thriving arts scene. The South West holiday destination has that relaxed atmosphere of a seaside town, with plenty of activities to keep your busy.

If you’re here for aquatic action, you’ll be able to ride the waves, swim with dolphins and get fishing tips from locals. If you’d prefer to stay on dry ground, you can discover heritage buildings, age-old mangroves and some of Western Australia’s most comprehensive art collections.

Holiday homes in Bunbury include spacious villas close to the beach, apartments steps from the town centre and even heritage cottages tucked away from the action.

Bunbury Beaches & Waterfront

Bunbury visitors can choose from several sandy white beaches. Surfers tend to favour Back Beach, which is patrolled during the summer. If you’re bringing the family pet on holiday, this spacious beach has dog-friendly areas.

Swimmers might prefer the calmer waves at Hungry Hollow Beach. There is a reef very close to shore, where you can do some snorkelling or diving. Peppermint Grove Beach is another safe, family-friendly waterfront hub. Meanwhile, fishing enthusiasts can often be spotted at Myalup or Binningup Beaches.

To take in Bunbury’s beaches from up high, make your way to the Marlston Hill Lookout Tower. Here, you will be privy to panoramic views of the coastline and Indian. This is a popular spot, especially at sunset.

Aquatic Encounters with Bunbury’s Dolphins

While visiting Bunbury, you have the chance to see wild bottlenose dolphins up close. These friendly creatures live in the waters hugging the shore, so it is easy to spot them as you stroll along the waterfront.

If you would like to know more about Western Australia’s dolphins, head to the Dolphin Discovery Centre. The centre features exhibits and aquariums, as well as the opportunity to interact with dolphins and join an eco cruise.

Perhaps swimming with dolphins is something you’d like to tick off your bucket list. You can do so off the coast of Bunbury as part of a guided professional tour.

Arts & Culture in Bunbury

As you wander along the streets of Bunbury, you will run into a number of heritage buildings. Some of these date back to the middle of the 19th century. See the original post office, an old hotel and one of the Western Australia’s first churches. To find out more about Bunbury’s history, spend some time at the Bunbury Museum & Heritage Centre.

Bunbury is a hub for artists, and travelers can discover local talent as they browse the town’s many galleries. The largest and most well-known is the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries. The space boasts two floors of exhibitions showcasing contemporary pieces, with a focus on Western Australian artists.

Bunbury: In Town

Bunbury is easy and pleasant to walk around, with plenty of parks, gardens and outdoor art. There are several shaded tracks, including the boardwalk at Mangrove Cove. Here, stroll amidst Leschenault mangroves that are close to 25,000 years old. Bring your binoculars to best spot the park’s wildlife.

If you’ve worked up an appetite, Bunbury offers 80+ restaurants, cafes and pubs, ensuring there is plenty of choice for all your meal needs. A series of swanky restaurants line the waterfront, offering prime views of the ocean and beaches. To treat yourself, try one of Bunbury’s Gold Plate award winners.

Getting to Bunbury

Drive to Bunbury from Perth in under 2 hours. Or take your time on the scenic route, which winds through a number of small towns. Trains with direct service to Bunbury also depart Perth’s CBD, arriving at destination in approximately 2.5 hours.

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