Community Consultation

The City of Bunbury regularly invites the community to have their say on council projects, plans for the future and policy development.

Current Consultations 

The City of Bunbury wants to know about your CBD experience.

What do you love about the Bunbury CBD? What improvements could be made? What draws you in to visit?

We are inviting the community to take part in a short online survey detailing their CBD experience.

Feedback collected from the survey will help shape a strategy to add vibrancy and promote visitation to the CBD.

Results will be made public once consultation closes and data has been collated. Please click on the link below to take part.

CBD Experience Survey

Consultation Results

  • Click here to view a summary of findings on the Precinct Committee consultation undertaken during February 2015.​

  • Click here to view the report on the Bunbury Water Playground consultation conducted during September and October 2014.

  • Click here​ to view the summary and submissions received regarding Council's performance during its first year in office.

Other ways to have your say

  • Online form: Click here to let us know your ideas for improving the City of Bunbury via the online form.​

  • Household Panel: The Household Panel comprises Bunbury and Greater Bunbury residents who have signed up to take part in regular community consultations. Never miss out on your opportunity to have you say again. Click here​ to learn more and sign up today.

  • In writing: Address your comments to the Chief Executive Officer; PO Box 21; Bunbury WA 6231. Consultations are available for viewing at the City of Bunbury Administration Centre, 4 Stephen Street Bunbury between 8.30am and 5pm.

  • Contact us: Email records@bunbury.wa.gov.au or call 9792 7000.

Publication of information

In accordance with Council's policy on publication of information, All details received as part of any consultation or submission process, including, but not limited to, name, address and contact information, will be available to the public as part of the Council’s consultation processes.​ Click hereto view the policy.​​​​​​​