Discover the splendour of the Old Railway Station in Bunbury. Wander around the outside of the turn of the century building to examine the classic architecture. Visualize the station back in its heyday, when residents of the town relied heavily upon rail transportation.
The historic building was constructed in the early 1900s following a fire that destroyed its predecessor. Whilst trains no longer run to the station, it continues to operate as a bus depot and also houses the Bunbury Visitor Centre.
Located near the railway station is the Stirling Street Historic Precinct where you can discover other turn of the century buildings that still maintain their original character. They form part of the Bunbury Heritage Trail that explores some fifty historical attractions throughout the town.
Whilst at the station, spend some time in the visitors centre to plan your visit to Bunbury and gather information about all of the attractions on offer in this exciting coastal town. Bunbury is a 2 hour drive south of Perth.
Carpark Disabled access available History & Heritage National Trust Public Toilet Walk