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Bunbury is a thriving cultural centre with many facilities, organisations and activities for both residents and visitors.
The City is home to peak regional arts and cultural bodies, including:

Bunbury Regional Art Galleries This is the premier public art gallery in the South West of Western Australia. Boasting four separate formal exhibition spaces as well as community exhibition facilities, BRAG offers a diverse and stimulating program of exhibitions from regional, state and national sources.

Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre the City of Bunbury has brought together state-of-the-art exhibition facilities and contemporary museum practice within one of the city's best-loved buildings, the 1886 Bunbury Boys School. The museum also offers workshops, events, education programs, a retail space and the Local Studies archival collection.

Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre Provides theatre, film and live performance plus state-of-the-art conference facilities overlooking the beautiful Leschenault Inlet.

Stirling Street Arts Centre Caters for the region’s craft needs.

The local community is committed to arts and cultural activities with community bands, theatre groups and artists. The private sector also contributes to several galleries, studios and a significant contemporary music scene.
Art is displayed in buildings within the city and the suburbs with work by local artists exhibited alongside works by some of WA’s most well-known and respected artists.
The South West Regional College of TAFE and the South West Campus of Edith Cowan University provide courses and training in the arts. These are supported by comprehensive workshops conducted by community organisations.

The City of Bunbury supports cultural development by assisting with advice, skills development, promotion opportunities, ways to maximise existing resources and developing cultural partnerships.