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Bunbury is the perfect place to reconnect with nature and experience what balance truly means while you explore the City.
We all know Bunbury has some of the best beaches in the world, but there is so much more than that.
From walking trails taking you through towering Tuart trees to short strolls through the iconic mangroves along Leschenault Inlet or dipping your toes into the Indian Ocean – there really is a vast array of natural beauty to find balance in.
Hop on a bike and cruise along a path network where you are privy to the view of not one, not two but three spectacular bodies of water – like Koombana Bay which is also the perfect location for a family to spend time making memories on a weekend.
Shake of the day and hike the trails at the Maidens Reserve and you’ll bear witness to the most spectacular sunsets on the planet and the air is so fresh it’s impossible not to feel rejuvenated after.
Bushwalks through Manea Park are a must-do activity while the Tuart walk is another popular trail to become one with nature and lose yourself for an hour or so.
Watch the clouds rolling over the eastern hills or the waves crashing along the coastline from one of Bunbury’s iconic lookouts – the Marlston Hill Apex, Koombana Park and Boulters Heights lookouts are not to be missed.
You may even wish to brave the elements and experience a shipwreck laying just off Bunbury’s iconic coastline.
Call in to the Bunbury Visitor Centre located at the City of Bunbury Administration Building, Stephen Street, to find out more details on the plethora of activities available, and to pick up an overnight rest area permit.
We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we are meeting on, the Wardandi people. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region. Welcome to Noongar Country.