The City is responsible for the construction & maintenance of all Public Open Space including Parks & Gardens, Playgrounds, Sportsgrounds, Street Trees, Road Verges & Medians, Shade Sails, BBQs and Reticulation Systems.
Maintenance is provided within the City’s Asset Management Planning framework to provide Public Open Space that meets the requirements of the service levels established within the Community Strategic Plan
All enquiries and to report problems contact Civil and Open Space Operations on 9792 7301 or email@example.com
To remain sustainable and liveable into the future the City is prioritising its greening. Find out more by reading our Greening Bunbury Plan.
Roads, paths and verges
For more information on Roads, Paths and Verges click here.
Recreation and Sporting Reserves
The City provides passive and active recreation facilities throughout the City including any facilities located within these reserves. For more information on the City's recreational facilities click here.
Sportsgrounds bookings are available for sporting clubs, schools and other activities including personal training; other reserves are also available for bookings for weddings, parties and more. For more information click here or contact the Events Scheduling Officer on 9792 7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any maintenance related queries please contact the Open Space Department on 9792 7301 or email@example.com.
Parks and Playgrounds
The City provides more than 40 playgrounds throughout the local government area for people’s enjoyment. Click here to view a complete list including available facilities.
City playgrounds are inspected on a monthly basis with any damage being referred to our maintenance teams for repair.
Any damage, vandalism or other queries relating to City playgrounds should be reported to the Open Space department on 9792 7301 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on the corner of Wellington Street and Upper Esplanade is the site of the Bunbury Pioneer Cemetery.
A consolidated list of burials have been produced and can be viewed here.These records may be incomplete. If you feel you have further information about ancestors or loved ones and wish to provide documents that can help complete this record please contact the Bunbury Public Library.
Wardandi Memorial Park
Nidja Ngaalang Nedigar Ngoorndiny
This is our ancestors resting
The Wardandi Memorial Park was officially opened on Wednesday 24 April 2013. The site is bounded by Ocean Drive, Upper Esplandade, Wellington Street and Symmons Street.
The idea to establish a Noongar Cultural Heritage Site in Bunbury first came about in 1994, after road works encroached onto a site (Pioneer Park) that was identified to be linked to ancient Noongar burial grounds. Twenty-five sets of ancestral remains have been reburied in a specially designated area within the park.
The park provides a significant linkage between Wyalup – Rocky Point and the Poineer Park (the site of the original Bunbury European Cemetery).
Click here for more information regarding the creation of this significant contribution to the recognition of the traditional owners of the land.
The Bunbury Accessible Playground, located in close proximity to the Big Swamp and Bunbury Wildlife Park has carefully selected pieces of play equipment that truly make it one of the region’s first accessible playgrounds. The Bunbury community had valuable input into the playground, from helping to select fun, accessible pieces of equipment, children painting stones to sit into the playground, to a local school for children with disabilities who planted some of the trees in the playground.
The playground has increased the ability of children with disabilities and their families to participate in the community, by providing an enjoyable environment for this to occur.
The area is becoming a significant centre where people can come and enjoy the day – play in a great playground and visit the wildlife park, have a picnic or barbeque with nearby parking and accessible amenities.
The City of Bunbury public facilities are maintained by in house cleaners. Due to high levels of crime and vandalism, toilets are opened from dawn to dusk. Download an overview of all current public toilet locations.