Wednesday, 22 June 2011

About Bunbury

Bunbury, Western Australia, is a port city located about 110 miles (175 kilometres) south of the WA capital, Perth. It has a population of around 33,000 and has recently undergone strong expansion economically and in people moving to the area.

Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia but its atmosphere is still very relaxed and peaceful. The centre of the town is focused around a main road, Victoria Street, which is home to the majority of Bunbury's coffee shops, a number of it's restaurants and almost all of its bars and nightclubs. Walking from one end of this street to the other doesn't take more than ten minutes and will provide you the opportunity of seeing 85% of Bunbury's central shopping experience in a very short time frame.
    Central Bunbury is surrounded by a number of suburbs: Australind, Carey Park, Clifton Park, College Grove, Crosslands, Dalyellup, Davenport, East Bunbury, Eaton, Gelorup, Glen Iris, Halifax, Kingston, Kinkella, Leschenault, Mangles, Marlston Hill, Millbridge, Pelican Point, Picton, Settlers, South Bunbury, Stratham, Treendale, Usher, Vittoria, Waterloo, Withers, and Wollaston. Further articles regarding these suburbs will be added soon.