Bunbury Hotel & Accommodation

Bright, bustling and full of life, Bunbury is the gateway to the southwest region of Western Australia and is 175 kilometres south of Perth's CBD. With no direct flights from the major capital cities, Bunbury is accessible via car, bus or train following the Old Coast Road from Mandurah or South Western Highway once arriving in Perth; either will get you there in less than two hours. If you like the water, there are plenty of water-based activities for all to enjoy in the City of Three Waters. Kayak, snorkel or windsurf in and around the cosmopolitan, aquatic playground or get up close to nature in a friendly encounter with dolphins at Koombana Bay's Dolphin Discovery Centre. Prefer to stay dry? Take advantage of a relaxing cruise that will introduce Bunbury's waterways and its varied wildlife inhabitants or stroll through the picturesque and rugged landscape of Tuart Forest National Park just outside of town. This vibrant and modern city is also the cultural and entertainment hub for the southern West Coast region and home to a number of significant historic buildings worthy of a visit. Venture through time with a visit to King Cottage Museum and its valuable collection of pioneering material or potter through international and local exhibitions at the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries - the largest and only 'A' class regional gallery in WA.

For the shopaholic, you're in luck. Bunbury is the shopping capital of the South West with a large collection of retail chains, specialised stores and quality boutiques all in a relaxed, tranquil setting. Find a local favourite or try something new each day with over 80 cafes and restaurants eager to tantalise the taste buds. Whether it's fine dining, a casual coffee and cake or a late night cocktail, Bunbury is brimming with delicious culinary dishes and local wines from the Margaret River ready for you try.

With its lush seaside setting and country pace, Bunbury is the ultimate West Coast getaway.