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Overview Of The Port Of Bunbury

About Bunbury
Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia and is located south of the state capital of Perth.

The Visitor Centre offer occasional free guided walking tours of Bunbury.

Activities include dive charters, scenic cruises and visits to the Dolphin Discovery Centre at Koombana Beach, where dolphins regularly feed in the inner harbour (mainly between November and April).

At the Big Swamp Wildlife Park, feed the kangaroos, parrots and emus or visit Bunbury Regional Art Gallery to see the ever changing displays of paintings, pottery, photography and glass exhibitions.

Back beach, located on Geographe Bay, is a pristine white sand beach, excellent for swimming, surfing and snorkelling as well as relaxing. There are well kept picnic facilities and local restaurants nearby.

The Primewest Bunbury Centre Point Shopping Mall is located on Blair Street, whilst a mix of smaller shops and boutiques can also be found within the city.

For 360 degree views over the city and ocean, climb the Marlston Lookout, which is connected to Victoria Street by a timber stairway, it sits on the site of Bunbury’s first lighthouse. There are many gardens and parks to relax in too, Centenary Gardens, Anzac Park and Pioneer Park to name a few.

Dining options include Australian specialities, fresh fish and seafood and international choices such as Italian, Spanish and Thai.
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Cruise ships usually dock in the outer harbour at Bunbury. The centre of town is around 2km away.

Shuttle buses are sometimes available.

Money exchange, shops and toilets are available in the town centre.
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