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Bunbury is the third- largest city in Western Australia situated 175 kilometers of Perth and south of Leschenault Estuary.
In 1836, Banbury was recognized as a new town in Western Australia on the orders of James Sterling. The Governor named it after Lieutenant Henry Bunbury.
The Indigenous Australian Noogar was the first inhabitants of Bunbury.
Louis de Freycinet sighted the town in 1803, which he named it as the Port Leschenault.
In 1830, Sir James Stirling visited the land and he established a military post in the area but this only lasted for six months. He named the land in honor of Henry William St Pierre Bunbury who created the route from Pinjarra to Bunbury.
In 1842, 16 buildings and a port were developed. The timber industry also became the suburb’s major trade.
Bunbuty has a total of 2,970 populations, 1, 700 are males and 1, 200 are females.
The list of tourist attractions and destinations at Bunbury is endless. If you have plans to check out the place, do not forget to visit major tourist destinations like the Dolphin Discovery Centre, Bunbury Wildlife Park, Lighthouse, Timber Jetty, and the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre.
The suburb has also several aquatic playground including the Koombana Beach, Back Beach, and Aquatic facilities at South West Sports Centre.
There are also historic buildings in Bubury. Few of which are the King Cottage Museum, the Old Post Office, CourtHouse, and the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Center.