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About Bunbury:


Western Australia is Australia's largest state, comprising about one-third of Australia' s land mass and occupying over 2.5 million square kilometres in area. WA is divided into 10 regional areas: the South West, Mid West, North West, Peel, Wheatbelt, Great Southern, Goldfields-Esperance, Pilbara, Gascoyne and Kimberley.

The South West area of WA is one of the world's great places to live, with a Mediterranean climate, sandy-white beaches, beautiful native forests and all the infrastructure expected of a modern western society.

Bunbury is the major city in WA's South West region, that is also home to other centres such as Busselton, Margaret River, Donnybrook, Manjimup, Augusta, Pemberton, Collie, Harvey and Bridgetown.

The South West area of WA is one of the world's great places to live.  There’s a Mediterranean climate, sandy-white beaches, beautiful native forests and all the infrastructure expected of a modern western society.

Bunbury is the major city in WA's South West region, that is also home to other centres such as Busselton, Margaret River, Donnybrook, Manjimup, Augusta, Pemberton, Collie, Harvey and Bridgetown.

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Bordered by the Indian Ocean, Koombana Bay and Leschenault Inlet and fed by the Collie and Preston Rivers, Bunbury Western Australia is truly a water-lifestyle city; making watersports such as sailing, water skiing, fishing, wind surfing, diving and snorkelling, boating, rowing, swimming, surfing and jet skiing extremely popular.  And there’s also a world-famous Dolphin Discovery Centre where you can visit wild dolphins in Bunbury’s Koombana Bay.

This area of our site is split into 4 sections:

  1. Bunbury in Perspective

  2. Bunbury History

  3. Bunbury Geography and Weather

  4. The Bunbury Region


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