Tourist Information & Services Bunbury, Bunbury, Western Australia
Cruise into Bunbury Port and enter one of the most diverse regions on Earth, where world-class wine and food, stunning beaches, ancient caves, whale watching cruises and forests of timber giants can all be enjoyed in a single day. Bunbury is also home to the friendly dolphins of Koombana Bay – one of few places where wild dolphins greet you at the shore and meet you for a swim.
Located at the gateway to Australia’s South West, the port is within easy walking distance of Bunbury’s cultural and retail centre and its waterfront dining options. Transport can be arranged to take you from the dock to the city centre, and guided tours are available to explore the city, beaches, caves, forests and wine regions beyond.
Just a 25-minute drive away lies Bunbury’s very own Garden of Eden, the Ferguson Valley and its award-winning wineries and breweries. Follow the curve of beautiful Geographe Bay and you’ll reach Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory – the longest wooden-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere and your window to Australia’s greatest artificial reef.