Things to see and do

​The list of things to see and do within the Bunbury area is endless, including the wide ranging events and activities provided by the City of Bunbury throughout the year.

For more, click here or visit Bunbury’s Visitors Centre on Carmody Place.

Major tourist destinations include:

Bunbury is an aquatic playground, check out:

  • Koombana Beach – enjoy a fun day in the sun with a swimming pontoon, BBQ facilities, small playground with plenty of parking and toilet facilities
  • Back Beach – includes Rocky Point/Wyalup (on Ocean Drive)
  • Leschenault inlet
  • Jetty Baths (Marlston Hill) – BBQ and playground area

For the calmer and more tranquil side of Bunbury:

  • Mangrove Cove boardwalk
  • Big Swamp walk and bird lookouts
  • Maidens Tuart Forest
  • Centenary Gardens
  • Wineries and breweries e.g. Mash Brewery
  • Shipwreck Cove

If you want to view Bunbury’s significant historic buildings, head to:

  • Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre (Paisley Centre)
  • King Cottage Museum (1880)
  • Rose Hotel (1865)
  • St Mark’s Church (1842) – the second oldest church in WA
  • Old Post Office
  • Courthouse
  • Old Railway Station Bunbury

Looking for some fun and adventure?

  • Get up close and personal with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery Centre
  • Bunbury Dolphin Tours
  • The Rink
  • Dive charters to the Wreck of the Lena
  • Paintballing
  • Bunbury Flying School – scenic and adventurous flights available over Bunbury
  • Crabbing & fishing
  • Sanctuary Golf Course
  • Grand cinemas
  • Ten Pin Bowling