Cafe culture one day, country charm the next.
Starting just one and a half hours south of Perth, Bunbury Geographe is the ideal place to spend your winter break. The landscape varies dramatically from stunning valleys, picturesque vineyards, jarrah forests and raging waterways to quaint country towns and a city skyline. See it all as you Take the Loop through the Bunbury Geographe region.
With its proximity to the Capital, Bunbury Geographe is ideal for short getaways. Bunbury is the central hub of the region and as Western Australia’s third largest city, it has plenty of options for dining out, shopping and accommodation. Bunbury is most well-known for the pods of wild bottlenose dolphins which frequent the shores of Koombana Bay regularly, allowing visitors the opportunity to wade, cruise or swim with them.
The Geographe Wine Region is fast developing into one of the country’s most exciting new viticultural areas, with new wineries and boutique breweries opening frequently.
Top Winter Activities in the Bunbury Geographe Region
Art and Culture
Pay a visit to the native Australian wildlife at the Bunbury Wildlife Park.
Secure a cottage for the weekend, complete with fireplace and red wine in the countryside.
Visit the replica home of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie’s author, May Gibbs, in Harvey.
Pick fresh fruit in Harvey or Donnybrook.
Explore one of the many small bars in Bunbury, or warm up with a hot drink on the Cappuccino Strip.
For everything cool, visit Winter Down South.
Winter Deals in Bunbury Geographe
Other places to explore this winter