A significant number of historical buildings can also be found in Bunbury.
Our very own premier art gallery – Bunbury Regional Art Gallery – is housed in a former convent while the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre is located in the Paisley building which was built in 1886 as a school.
Kings Cottage built in 1880 is one of the earliest local homesteads and WA’s second oldest church – St Mark’s – also calls Bunbury home.
The Rose Hotel and Prince of Wales Hotel have been fixtures in Bunbury since the 1800s too and have become popular places to eat, drink and be merry.
If you are visiting Bunbury stop by the Bunbury Visitor Centre and speak to one of our friendly officers who can assist in organising a tour of these landmarks and more.
Or visit the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre to learn more about Bunbury’s heritage.