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Cruises visiting Bunbury & all Bunbury cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Bunbury in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Located 180 km south of Perth, Bunbury, one of the oldest settlements and third largest city in Western Australia. It is situated at Leschenault Bay, in the heart of the prosperous SW Region. The port of Bunbury services the farming, mining and timber industries of the State’s south west. Major exports from the commercial port include alumina, silica, woodchips and spodumene (for lithium batteries). Bunbury offers visitors a mix of history and a modern town to explore. The city centre is alive with people enjoying the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the entertainment and restaurant precinct, the international standard Bunbury Entertainment Centre, and the magnificent Bunbury Regional Art Galleries.

Cruise ships have a growing presence. The major feature of the city centre's skyline is The Bunbury Tower. Built by Alan Bond, it is often called the "Milk Carton" for its distinctive shape and blue-and-white colours. Also prominent are the old lighthouse and lookout tower in the Marlston Hill district where stunning views remind visitors that Bunbury is essentially a waterfront playground. Of unusual interest are the residential apartments converted from a group of wheat silos.

A popular activity is a visit to the Dolphin Discovery Centre on Koombana Beach where visitors may also take the opportunity to swim with the dolphins which is simply fantastic. Visit the Bunbury Historical Society’s King Cottage Museum where the rooms are furnished to fit the period from the 1880s to the 1920s, and the artefacts displayed reflect the way of life there during that period.