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Bunbury Attractions

From above and below the water level of the fringing ocean waters and back onto dry land you will a host of attractions within Bunbury that will surely make every trip here exciting! There is no end to what you can see and do here with so many attractions that all travellers will love. Foodies, wine and nature lovers, shop-a-holics, coffee addicts and beach bums will have a ball while holidaying in Bunbury! It is a diverse city where you will find swimming with dolphins, fishing and diving at its very best, festivals, wineries, culture, history, arts and crafts, abseiling, white water rafting and annual events just to name a few.

There are beaches that stretch on further than the eye can see with warm temperate waters that make for great year round swimming along with some of the best surfing in the country. You can go for a swim with the bottlenose Dolphins at the Dolphin Discovery Centre or join a dolphin spotting cruise for a few hours or perhaps a scuba diving adventure or deep sea fishing charter is what you are after. Diving in Bunbury is something that people from all around come to experience with the sunken shipwrecks, the HMAS Swan just nearby, caves, tunnels and beautiful reefs, this will prove to be one of the best! There are jet ski rides and sailing and yachting tours and a huge list of waters sports that the whole family will enjoy.

The Mangrove Boardwalk is another attraction of Bunbury where you take a leisurely walk through a purpose built boardwalk through the mangroves to see the local inhabitants. The kids will love the Big Swamp Wildlife Park that has over 60 species of animals and birdlife for them to see or perhaps a trip to Ngilgi Cave which is rich in Aboriginal rock art and local tour guides have many fascinating stories to tell along the way. You can go sky diving, hang gliding, hiking through National Parks and nature reserves and experience outback camping for yourself.

Why not have a round of golf one afternoon are dining out at one of the many restaurants where you can taste test the local seafood and cuisines from around the world, and every morning you will be drawn to the Cappuccino Strip for your morning wake up coffee where you can watch the world go by while reading a morning paper. From animal parks, horse riding, wine tasting, cheese and chocolate factories, weekend markets, concerts, annual events and live shows, your holiday in Bunbury will be filled with plenty of attractions.

You can visit the museums and heritage buildings in Bunbury that all have a story to tell from the past or pack a picnic and head for the foreshore parklands or botanical gardens for an afternoon in the sun. Kings Cottage Museum is another great attractions to visit with it pioneering material from the past and Boulters Heights with its manmade waterfall and stunning views of the Harbour is a must see and do! You can fish off Timber Jetty and go crabbing for some local mud crabs or wander down to the local harbour where you will find a variety of restaurants that not only offer great dining but breathtaking views to match. With its turquoise blue ocean waters, warm summer days and a huge variety of attractions for all ages to enjoy, Bunbury will soon be on the top of your list for number one holiday destinations!