Attractions

Just two hours drive from Perth, Bunbury is considered the gate to the South West of Western Australia. With its mediterranean climate and its country atmosphere, you can make Bunbury the hub of your next visit to the South West region.

Bunbury and the surrounding areas are experiencing such a rapid growth that every time you visit the city you will find new attractions and things to do. The Quality Hotel Lighthouse is superbly located to help you plan your next adventure.

The following attractions have been organised according to their distance from the Quality Hotel Lighthouse in Bunbury.

Just walking distance…

  • Climb up the Bunbury Tower Lookout
  • Visit the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries
  • Walk, ride or skate along the Bunbury Coastal development
  • Walk to the top of Boulters Heights for stunning views of the city
  • Fish from the shores of Back Beach
  • Snorkel from the Bunbury coast or explore the “Lena” Dive Wreck
  • Paddle with the dolphins along the Bunbury Inlet
  • Shop along Victoria Street
  • Watch a movie at Bunbury Grand Cinemas
  • Watch a local play at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Center

 

Just minutes by car…

 

Just outside Bunbury…

Capel (28km along Bussell Highway)

Wineries, Capel Golf Club, Peppermint Grove Beach, Tuart Forest National Park

Dardanup (15km along Boyanup-Picton Road)
Dardanup Heritage Park, Ferguson Valley, wine tasting, picnic sites, Collie River

Boyanup (21km along South Western Highway)
Transport Museum, Ironstone Gully Falls picnic area, wood craft shops

Donnybrook (33km along South Western Highway)
Old Goldfields Orchards, The Cider Factory & Tearooms, bush walking in karry forests

Balingup (30km southeast from Donnybrook): Old Cheese Factory Craft Center

Harvey (45km northeast along South Western Highway): Harvey Dam, Stirling Dam, bush walking, picnic areas

Collie (53km east along Bunbury-Collie Road): Replica Coal Mine, Coalfields Museum, Harris Dam