Bunbury (Western Australia)

Bunbury is a city in the Australian state of Western Australia (Western Australia).


Bunbury, the second largest city in Western Australia, is the center of the outer south-west of Australia, the South West region. It lies about 180 km south of Perth and 370 kilometers west of Albany near the mouth of the Collie River at the Geographe Bay.

The village was founded in 1829 and 1979 raised to town. The population is about 64,300 inhabitants. The climate is more moderate than that of Perth. Bunbury is connected by the railway line South Western Railway, which runs on the Australind with Perth.

The Edith Cowan University (ECU ), headquartered in Perth, has set up the " Bunbury Campus" in Bunbury.



The City of Bunbury has twinned with Setagaya, a suburb of Tokyo ( since 10 November 1992).