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    Bunbury is located in  Western Australia. Reserve a car hire in the city which is an amazing place with a unique beauty. In fact, Bunbury is the third largest city in the state, being a port city first established in 1803. The city was renamed later on. Nowadays, Bunbury has a population of about 32.499 people. The city is one of the fastest growing in the Australia.

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    Bunbury is a popular destination for tourists coming from all over the world with cheap car hires. The city is a major Australian port, situated at about 173 km from the state capital, Perth. The beaches and numerous options to plan outdoor activities along with the natural surroundings of this city, make Bunbury one of the most captivating tourist destinations in Australia.

    Top Attractions within Bunbury

    Bunbury Historical Society's King Cottage Museum was first built in the 1880's. King Henry and his family owned it for more than 4 decades. It was sold to the Carlson  family in 1923. The Carlson family owned it for more than 4 decades as well then it was bought by the City of Bunbury. Only after the 1960s, the location was transformed into a museum. Nowadays, the property is under the administration of the Bunbury Historical Society. Here, tourists can have a clear understanding on the way people lived in the 1880's, as the rooms are perfectly recreated.

    The rooms and the furniture are well preserved and taken care of that once you enter one of the rooms it seems like King Henry himself is walking past you. Freaky, huh? But to see how they lived in those times is just simple as opening a door to one of the rooms here and sit on the very same chair King Henry himself sat on. Now that is some freaky experience!
    Lord Forrest
    Now let us meet Sir John Forrest, the famed Aussie explorer and the first premier of Western Australia. We don't want to meet him in flesh because he will be ridiculously old by now. So we shall meet his statue, dedicated to him by the people of Bunbury.
    You can marvel at this man (thank him, maybe) and just take a picture of the national park where his statue is erected.
    Learning history can be very fun and exciting but it can also make you hungry and thirsty. So why not take time to sit and enjoy a sumptuous meal? Their service is the best and so is the menu. It will not only tantalise your taste buds but your minds as well. Can't imagine what I'm talking about? Then, it's time for you to visit this place.

    Bunbury Tower, also known under the name of "Milk Carton" is one of the most important buildings in the city, as it is considered to be defying for the business center of Bunbury. Move your cheap car hire to the Bunbury Tower which was built in 1983.

    Dolphin Discovery Centre is the best location in which visitors can interact with and watch dolphins in their natural environment. The experience is really unique and it can become a memorable moment for all visitors who are visiting Bunbury.

    Bunbury Tuart Forest is one of the few places in the world where tourists are able to see kangaroos, ringtail possums, bandicoots and, of course, Tuart trees.

    Manea Park is one of the most visited locations in Bunbury. In fact, Manea Park is the first bush reserve in the city, where numerous species of flora and fauna are conserved. Manea Park is one of the few places in the world were threatened species are grown and where tourists can see more than 30 varieties of orchid.

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    Top depots in Bunbury
    • Avis Avis Bunbury - 76 Blair Street, Bunbury, WA.
    • Hertz Hertz Bunbury Downtown - 97 Forrest Ave, Bunbury, WA.
    • Thrifty Thrifty Bunbury - 68 Spencer St, Bunbury, WA.