The Best Places To Visit in Bunbury

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Bunbury, WA. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Lot 830 Koombana Drive, Bunbury, WA 6230

Since 1960

Dolphin and Whale Watching, Boat Tours, Water Sports, Parks, Tours, Zoos, Aquariums, Discovery Pool, Tourist Information, ECO Tours, Research Service, Outdoor Activities, Octopus, Scheduled Guided Site Tour, Conservation, Tourism, Indigenous ECO Cruise, Swim Encounter, Interaction Zone Discovery Centre, Estuary Tours & Children's Birthday Parties

Free Admission: Adults, Concession / Students / YHA, Children (4-14) & Family (2 Adults and 2 Children 4 -14) - They will operate year round subject to weather and their swim tours will be operating next summer as usual

ABN 64 473 551 336
Mon - Sun : 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Visited a second time and still missed the dolphins that come into the interaction zone but we decided to take a cruise out to view the dolphins. I highly recommend the eco cruise if you want to see dolphins as you are almost a guaranteed to see them, the staff operating the cruise are highly experienced and know exactly where the dolphins hang out. however our boat was delayed by more than an hour on that day so be prepared and set aside a few hours for the visit and cruise.

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1 Arthur Street, Bunbury, WA 6230

Since 2012

Museum, Historical Places, Museum Collection, Schools and Groups Visits, Guided Tours, Audio and Video Stories, Cafes, Coffee Shops, Artifacts, Art Exhibition, Audio Visual Presentations, Interactive Displays, Contemporary Museum & Community Programs

Professional staff care for the museum, which is owned and operated by the City of Bunbury with significant community funding support organised by longstanding heritage supporter, Stephen Craddock

ABN 61 002 948 455
Tue - Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun & Mon : Closed

Fascinating visit to this recently opened museum. I could spend hours there, hearing the stories and seeing the artefacts from the locality, finding out about the early settlers, their lifestyle and how life had changed since the Bunbury area was first discovered and settled. Written information, interactive audiovisual, plenty to see and do. Didn't have time to take it all in so I will definitely return.

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Prince Philip Drive, South Bunbury, Bunbury, WA 6230

Since 2013

Zoos and Aquariums, Wildlife Park, Forests, Outdoor Activities, Cafe, Shop, Wild Card, Birthday Parties, Big Swamp Parkland, Bunbury Accessible Playground, Animal Species, Bird Aviaries, Cockatoos, Kangaroos, Picnic in the Park, Pink and Grey Galah Sulphur Crested Cockatoos, Little Corella, Long-Billed Corella & Red Tail Black Cockatoos

Free Admission: Carers & Children under 3 - 10% discount Off merchandise and café items - Over 60 varieties of reptiles, marsupials and birds

ABN 61 002 948 455

Price: Adult $9.80, Children (3 to 16 years) $5, Family / Mini Group (2 adults and 2 children) $26.50 & Concession: $7.80
Mon - Sun : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

We went here with our 2 small kids as we're staying in Bunbury on our holidays. We live in Scotland and this wildlife park is great to get to see and meet some Australian native animals. It has a very affordable entry fee ($26.50 for a family) and for a few dollars extra you can buy some seeds to feed the birds and kangaroos. It's not a very big park but an amazing experience nonetheless. We spent a good 3 hours here. Highly recommended.

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