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A little more about Bunbury
Bunbury is a port city in Western Australia, about 175 km south of Perth, the state capital. Located at the south of the Les It is Western Australia’s third-biggest city.
It was founded in 1836 and named after its founder, Lieutenant Henry Bunbury. Following its establishment, a port was built on the harbour and ultimately was used as the major port for the wider South West region. Further economic development followed, driven by the operation of the South Western Railway in 1893, which connected Bunbury with Perth.
Population quick facts
- Total population: 71,090
- Number of families: 18,927
- Top age groups and lifestyles: Older Couples and Families, Independent Youth, Maturing and Established Independence
- Median rent: $315 per week
- Median property price: $477,000
- Top dwelling structures: Separate house
- Average bedrooms per property: 3.4
Places of interest
- Leschenault Estuary
- Old Lighthouse in the Marlston Hill District
- Bunbury Regional Library
- Bunbury Tower
Bunbury’s warm summers and mild winters make it the ideal place to live, work or retire. Just 175 kilometres south of Perth, Bunbury’s proximity to a diverse landscape of seascapes, giant forests; wineries and a lively entertainment precinct have drawn a cross section of society to live in its surrounds.
Arts and culture is also thriving, with a host of cultural organisations found in Bunbury including the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (which holds theatre, film and live performance), and the Stirling Street Arts Centre. The Bunbury Historical Society, constructed around 1880, can be found in the historic King Cottage.
Bunbury offers a range of tourism and recreational sites, including the Dolphin Discovery Centre, Bunbury Back Beach, Koombana Bay, Bunbury Wildlife Park, and the Leschenault Inlet.
Greater Bunbury is home to many sporting clubs. It has a number of playing fields, swimming pools and indoor recreation venues.
Bunbury offers a great shopping experience. Bunbury Centre Point offers a variety of retail shops and dining options. It is anchored by Target Department Store. Another major shopping destination is Bunbury Forum. It has a Big W Store and a Woolworths as well as a range of retail stores and eating places.
From pre-schools to secondary schools, Bunbury offers it all. Tertiary education is offered by several universities and technical and further education (TAFE) colleges.
Bunbury Terminal, or Bunbury Passenger Terminal, is a train and bus station in East Bunbury operated by TransWA. It is the last stop for the Australind train service to and from Perth along the South Western Line. TransBunbury runs bus routes connecting Bunbury Terminal with the Bunbury city centre.
If you want to be part of this lifestyle and are looking to buy, our team of professionals will show you property to suit your budget and expectations. Do you have a property to sell? Our experienced sales staff will promote your property and get you the best market price possible.
Bunbury has hundreds of properties to rent so any style of accommodation will be available. Investors looking for an experienced property management agency in Bunbury to look after their investment need look no further. With years of experience in the rental property market, you can safely leave your valuable property to us to find the ideal tenant.