Country Comfort Bundaberg International

This budget motel is cheap, convenient and set in some very lush tropical gardens that give the place a real sense of peace. Comfortable and clean rooms, spa baths and a fantastic swimming pool make the Country Comfort Bundaberg a neat and tidy place to stay.

 
 
 
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Bunbury

Experiences in Australia

 

Bunbury Hotels

Bunbury hotels
Mantra Bunbury
Clifton Motel and Clifton Lodge
     
 
Bunbury hotels
 

Bunbury lies 180 kilometres south of Perth on Koombana Bay. Bunbury is best known for its dolphins, they arrive most mornings into the Inner Harbour. Bunbury is a popular port, tourist and industrial centre and is known as the gateway to the southwest region of WA.

Big Swamp Bird Park
Here all types of birds are represented. Cute penguins play in their own pool and cave, there is a wildlife and wetland area as well as a walk through aviary. Prince Phillip Drive (08 9721 8380).

Boyanup Transport Museum
Here you can get a close up look at Australia's oldest steam trains. Coombana Bay, a twenty minute drive from Bunbury. South Western Highway (08 9731 5250).

Bunbury Lighthouse
A striking lighthouse. Ocean Drive.

Bunbury lighthouse

Centenary Gardens

The gradens were built in 1936 to mark the 100 year anniversary of Bubnbury. Princep Street.

Dolphin Discovery Centre
The Dolphin Discovery Centre on Koombana Drive has exhibits relating to the dolphins. Visitors to the centre can often interact with these bottlenose dolphins. Koombana Beach (08 9791 8088).

King Cottage Museum
This cottage was built in the 1880's and is a good example of a pioneer clay brick property. There are historical displays here relating to the area of Bunbury. 77 Forest Avenue (08 9721 3929).

Mangrove Boardwalk
The Mangrove Boardwalk close to the Discovery Centre provides a good view of the mangrove ecosystem.

Old Convent Of Mercy
No longer a convent but an art gallery and community arts centre. Wittenoom Street

Sir John Forrest Monument
John Forrest was the first Australian to be raised to the British Peerage in 1918. St Paul's Place.

 

Maidens Tuart Forest - Located in Bunbury on W.A.'s south coast is one of the last forests of Tuart Trees in Australia. This forest is home to kangaroos, bandicoot, echidna and possums. The Maidens Reserve offers good walking trails through the sand dunes, a stunning ocean lookout, picnic area with barbeques, toilet facilities and a children's playground. Paula Duggan

 
 
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