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Projects in the City of Bunbury

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The City of Bunbury continues to grow and evolve with plenty of community projects happening at the same time - check back here to find out what is going on and how these projects are progressing.

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Frank Buswell Foreshore

City of Bunbury will be redeveloping the popular Frank Buswell Foreshore. This significant project will include upgrading the seawall, drainage works, upgrading the footpath to a shared path and revitilisation of the open space and playground.

Forrest Park Pavilion

Forrest Park Pavilion to be replaced with modern, unisex changing facilities and an upgraded power supply. The current facility is in poor repair and reaching the end of life, no longer providing for modern sports.

Bunbury Ocean Pool

City of Bunbury is continuing community and stakeholder engagement regarding an ocean pool at Wyalup Rocky Point. It follows Bunbury City Council in June endorsing a business case and concept plan for the widely discussed project. An ocean pool is not a new concept for Bunbury with many new ideas floating around in recent years, and a notable history of leisure and recreation at the proposed location.

Withers Renewal Program

The Withers and wider Bunbury community have, for many years, expressed a strong desire for improved housing, facilities and investment in the suburb.
hay park pavilion with green grass in front

Hands Oval Redevelopment

Delivering a sustainable, multi-purpose sports facility to accommodate year-round sport, recreation and community activities, the Hands Oval redevelopment will enhance the facility's reputation as the premier Australian Football League destination in the region, providing improved male and female player change rooms, club facilities and an enhanced spectator experience.
blue parkour area

Koolambidi Woola – Bunbury Youth Precinct

Bunbury’s first-ever youth precinct is complete! Koolambidi Woola was opened to the public on 4 July. This project has been made possible thanks to a $2.5 million grant from major supporter Lotterywest. Further support for the project has been provided through a grant from the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications - Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program and the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries.