Bunbury

 

City of Bunbury as seen from the Leschenault Inlet

City of Bunbury as seen from the Leschenault Inlet

Bunbury is a city located approx. 180 KM south of the capital of Western Australia, Perth. Bunbury is the largest regional city in Western Australia and third largest in Western Australia.

The local government of the City of Bunbury has a population of 32,499. In 2007 Bunbury was recognised as Australia’s fastest growing city for the 2005/06 period by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

The Bunbury CBD is located primarily on Victoria Street, while Blair Street is the major road through all of the Bunbury area and has a large number of businesses and retail outlets situated along it. The Bunbury Tower, often called the “Milk Carton” for its distinctive shape and blue-and-white colours, is the major feature of the city centre’s skyline. Also prominent are the old lighthouse and lookout tower in the Marlston Hill district, which has been a focus of the city’s cultural and commercial growth since the late 1990s.

Bunbury has sister-city relationships with Setagaya, Japan, and Jiaxing, China.

To discover more about Bunbury including it’s attractions¬†see the Visit Bunbury¬†website.

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