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Quality Hotel Lord Forrest - Bunbury Hotels

Quality Hotel Lord Forrest

20 Symmons St, Bunbury - Map
"Very central"
Great hotel close to lovely restaurants and cafes. 10 minute walk to shopping Centre and 10 minute walk to beachfront. Would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Perth
Bunbury's premier international class hotel and gateway to the majestic Soutwest. Standard and deluxe rooms to executive …More
Lighthouse Beach Resort - Bunbury Hotels

Lighthouse Beach Resort

Carey Street, Bunbury - Map
"Great location, close to beach and cafe. "
Kids loved the pool area. It was good value as buffet breakfast was included. Restaurant food was pricey but tasty. Only downfall is there is nowhere to get food, including room service until 6pm although apparently there is a Dome cafe within 400m.
Traveller from perth
The perfect location for accommodation in Bunbury.The Lighthouse Beach Resort is an amazing destination right on the ocean …More
Quest Bunbury Serviced Apartments - Bunbury Hotels

Quest Bunbury Serviced Apartments

14 Lyons Cove, Bunbury - Map
"Nice hotel easy parking close to city"
Reception staff very helpful and friendly. management however a bit condescending when dealing with an issue In our room. Nice 3 bed room apartment made from a studio and 2 room adjoining. Unfortunately too cold for trying the pool.
Traveller from perth
Opened in December 1999 Quest Bunbury is a quality alternative to traditional accommodation offering guests a spacious …More
Mantra Bunbury - Bunbury Hotels

Mantra Bunbury

1 Holman Street, Bunbury - Map
"Great place to stay"
We always stop at Mantra when we come to Bunbury because of the fantastic service and friendliness of all staff.
Traveller from Seville Grove
Located in The Silos, the heritage-listed precinct on the newly developed Koombana Bay waterfront, Mantra Bunbury is within a …More
Comfort Inn Admiral - Bunbury Hotels

Comfort Inn Admiral

56 Spencer Street, Bunbury - Map
Very nice establishment in the style of a country motel
A Traveller
Prince of Wales Hotel Bunbury - Bunbury Hotels

Prince of Wales Hotel Bunbury

41 Stephen Street, Bunbury - Map
Rose Hotel - Bunbury Hotels

Rose Hotel

Victoria Street, Bunbury - Map
"Excellent location for shopping & restaraunts"
Staff were very helpful. Room was tidy & quiet. Location close to shopping & eateries. Breakfast at the hotel was excellent & at a low cost.
Traveller from Safety Bay WA
Bunbury Motel & Serviced Apartments - Bunbury Hotels

Bunbury Motel & Serviced Apartments

45 Forrest Avenue, Bunbury - Map
"Awesome hotel to stay at very friendly staff ... "
Great atmosphere close to city centre . Found the staff to b very friendly .
A Traveller
Discovery Holiday Parks – Bunbury Village - Bunbury Hotels

Discovery Holiday Parks – Bunbury Village

Cnr Bussell Hwy & Washington Ave, Bunbury - Map
"Best nights sleep"
Was happy with our stay ,kids loved it ,lots for the kids to do and child friendly environment ,also it is a must to pack an extra blanket in the winter time, cheers
Traveller from Perth
Discovery Holiday Park - Koombana Bay - Bunbury Hotels

Discovery Holiday Park - Koombana Bay

Koombana Bay, Koombana Drive, Bunbury - Map
Pleasant comfy close bunbury great close port fishing swimming
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    Pocket Guide: Bunbury

    Bordered by water on three sides, Bunbury is a dream city for beach lovers and fans of waterfront walks and dining. The third largest city in Western Australia, Bunbury seems to have a little bit of everything: a chequered lighthouse stands guard over a beach with black volcanic rocks, people and dolphins interact at the Discovery Centre, and the town centre has heritage buildings, art galleries, cafes and nightclubs. Book your Bunbury accommodation with us and spend some time in a town that, indoors or outdoors, you’re sure to love.


    WA’s biggest city after Perth and Mandurah, the first registered sighting of Bunbury was by French explorer Captain Louis de Freycinet in 1803. However, the area remained largely unexplored until 1830, when Governor James Stirling navigated the Collie River. The first settlers, the Scot family, came in 1838.

    Things to do

    Visit Back Beach to see Bunbury Lighthouse, with its striking black and white chequered pattern, and the black basalt rock formations that were left on the shore by flowing lava thousands of years ago. This beach is patrolled during summer, and the foreshore is a suitably scenic picnic spot. Take a walk along Leschenault Estuary, a lagoon where fishing, picnics and dragon boating are popular, and you can explore the 25,000-year old mangroves of Mangrove Cove by walking around the boardwalks.

    Bunbury is home to about 100 bottlenose dolphins, and you can drop into the Dolphin Discovery Centre to swim in the sea with dolphins, take an eco cruise or touch a starfish in the Discovery Pool.

    Get a taste of culture and history with a trip to a local art gallery or museum like King Cottage, full of artifacts that reflect life in Bunbury from the 1880s to the 1920s.

    And while you’re here in Bunbury, check out some of the nightlife. Dance to a live band or DJ, or have a night of theatre or comedy at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre.

    Shopping and dining

    Shop at Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre for the major shops, or wander the streets of the town centre for fashion stores, op shops and pretty much anything else you could need.

    If you’re after a meal, you can pick from wineries with restaurants to contemporary restaurants with international cuisine to cafes with filling breakfasts. Waterfront restaurants are perfect if you want your delicious meal complimented by the sight of yachts at sea.

    Getting here

    Book your flight to Perth and Bunbury accommodation with us and get a bus, train or car hire to Bunbury. Whether you’re looking for adventure, discovery or simply a chance to watch the world go by, Bunbury is yet another of WA’s wonders.

    Image credit Bernard Morey under Creative Commons