What are the top tourist attractions in Bunbury?
The top tourist attractions in Bunbury are the Dolphin Discovery Centre with its Interpretive Centre and Aquariums, the Dolphin Interaction Zone in the calm waters of Koombana Bay Beach and the Wardandi Boodja sculpture on the Koombana Bay foreshore. Other popular attractions include the Bunbury Wildlife Park, Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre and the many cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife on bustling Victoria Street.
How far is Bunbury from Perth?
Bunbury is just under 170km by road from Perth. The drive south to Bunbury from Perth takes roughly 2hrs by car.
What is Bunbury known for?
Bunbury is known for being the coastal city of creativity, with colourful street art trails and a family friendly town with a foreshore frequented by wild dolphins. Bunbury is also known for having a vibrant nightlife scene with quirky cocktail bars, destination restaurants and heritage pubs.
When is the best time to visit Bunbury?
The best time to visit Bunbury is during dolphin season from November to April each year. These months span the Aboriginal Six Seasons of Kambarang (late spring), Birak (summer), Bunuru (late-summer and early autumn) and Djeran (autumn).
What are the best things to do in Bunbury?
There are lots of things to do in Bunbury. The best things to do in Bunbury include the Dolphin Swim Tour at the Dolphin Discovery Centre, tasting locally distilled spirits at Cuprum Distillery, dining at award-winning restaurant Market Eating House, meeting friendly animals at the Bunbury Wildlife Park and marvelling at street art around town, as well as the latest exhibition at the pink convent building: Bunbury Regional Art Gallery.