City of Bunbury

Subregion: Bunbury Geographe

The City of Bunbury welcomes investors to relish in the exceptional investment potential this vibrant, innovative and multicultural hub has to offer.
Bunbury is well serviced by road, rail and bus services and is only one and half hours’ drive from the state capital of Perth. It has its own small-scale airport and an express passenger train service which runs between Perth and Bunbury daily. The city offers a wide variety of retail shopping, and quality education (with its own university campus), health and sporting facilities.
Bunburys population is estimated at more than 32,000 and has affordable residential prices, facilities similar to those found in major capital cities, and an enviable lifestyle. Bunburys port is one of Australias biggest regional facilities. It services the export of bulk commodities such as alumina, woodchips and mineral sands. The port also handles a range of other general cargo imports and exports.

The City of Bunbury is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, covering an area of 65.7 square kilometres (25.4 sq mi) along the coast about 180 kilometres (112 mi) south of Perth, the capital of Western Australia. The City of Bunbury is one of four local governments comprising the Greater Bunbury sub-region. As at the 2016 Census, the City of Bunbury had an estimated population of almost 32,000.

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