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Arts and Culture

Visitors can immerse themselves in the largest street and public art collection in regional Australia with colourful and inspirational urban art scattered throughout Bunbury’s streets – and none are packed away for the winter!

Head back indoors to the iconic Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, home to the largest collection of public art in regional WA and entry is free, seven days a week.

Featuring this winter is the popular Noongar Country Exhibition, celebrating the rich history, diverse culture and achievements of all First Nation people.

The annual exhibition showcases work from established and emerging indigenous artists living and working on Noongar country.

If local history is what you are after, the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre – located within one of the City’s best-loved buildings, the 1886 Bunbury Boys School – is jam-packed with permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Browse the unique stories and characters who helped make Bunbury what it is today, from the Wardandi Noongar Aboriginal community to early migrants, shipwrecks and wartime.

Or taste black apples straight from the tree and wash your hands with foaming wattle leaves on a winter Ngalang Wongi Aboriginal Cultural Tour with local Noongar tour guide Troy Bennell.

Call in to the Bunbury Visitor Centre located at the Bunbury Visitor Centre at Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre 

Operating hours 
Monday to Friday – 9am to 4.30pm 
Saturday – 9.30am to 3.30pm 
Sunday and public holidays – 10am to 3.30pm (excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day) 

and also the Bunbury Visitor Centre at Dolphin Discovery Centre
Operating hours 
8am to 3pm, seven days a week (excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day) 

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