We all love Fun Things to Do in Bunbury for Families. Bunbury is a popular coastal tourist and holiday destination located just approximately 170km South West of Perth. It’s a port city but is well known for it’s calm waters, dolphins and parklands. There are lots of family attractions in Bunbury making this one of Perth and WA’s favourite tourist and holiday destinations.
Fun Things To Do in Bunbury for Families
THINGS TO DO IN BUNBURY FOR FAMILIES Bunbury Wildlife Park Dolphin Discovery Centre Sykes Foreshore Play Space Discovery Holiday Parks Bunbury Foreshore Back Beach Cafe and Restaurant Koombana Foreshore Playground Discovery Parks Bunbury Village
Bunbury Wildlife Park
Open 7 days a week and only a short drive from the Bunbury city centre, visit a range of Australian animals and enjoy hands on animal experiences at Bunbury Wildlife Park. Read the Bunbury Wildlife Park Kids Around Perth Review here.
Dolphin Discovery Centre
Check out WA’s premier dolphin experience with an interpretive centre, interactive zone, eco cruises and swim with the dolphins. Find more information and get your tickets to the Dolphin Discovery Centre here.
You can also read more about a Swim with the Dolphins experience in Bunbury here.
Sykes Foreshore Play Space
Big aquatic themed playground on the Leschenault Inlet.
Discovery Holiday Parks Bunbury Foreshore
Family friendly accommodation located right on Koombana Bay. Features swimming pool, bouncing pillow, activity room and camping site and chalet accommodation. Find more information at www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au
Backbeach Cafe & Restaurant
Dine on the alfresco deck overlooking the ocean and relax while the kids enjoy the playroom. Open daily. Find out more and book a table at www.backbeachcafe.com.au
Koombana Foreshore Playground
Play on the Koombana Bay Foreshore and climb the two big red ship funnels, swim at the beach and ride the flying fox at this awesome beach side playground. Koombana Bay Foreshore .
Discovery Parks Bunbury Village
Family friendly accommodation close to Bunbury town centre. Features swimming pool, bouncing pillow, BMX track, playground and more with camp site and chalet accommodation. Find more information at www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au
4 Fun Facts about Bunbury That You Might Find Helpful
Bunbury has a population of over 31,000 people and covers an area of nearly 20 square kilometres. Bunbury is situated on the banks of the Collie River and is surrounded by beautiful beaches and parks.
The first European settlement in the area was established in 1836 by Captain James Stirling. The town was originally named “Bunbury” after Colonel William Stuart Bunbury, who was a member of the British Parliament at the time.
In 1841, Bunbury has declared a town and began to grow rapidly. Today, Bunbury is a thriving city with a rich history and culture.
Bunbury is home to a number of cultural attractions, including the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Western Australian Museum, and the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre. The city also hosts a number of festivals and events throughout the year.
Bunbury has a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and cool winters. The average temperature in the hottest month is 28 degrees Celsius, while the average temperature in the coldest month is 14 degrees Celsius.
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Play along the foreshore at the big and adventurous Sykes Foreshore Reserve Play Space
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