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Bunbury - Holiday Activities, Tours, Attractions
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The port and regional centre of Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia after Perth and Mandurah, located about 175 km south of Perth. Bunbury is a magical aquatic playground with beautiful diverse waterways, wonderful coastline and surrounded by unique natural areas with great facilities for all sorts of watersports and a wondrous array of holiday attractions. You can catch fish and crabs; enjoy wonderful boating, waterskiing, and sailing. Enjoy fantastic diving and snorkelling and many other activities including: sea kayaking, canoeing, surfing, swimming, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, and rafting. The Dolphin Discovery Centre, located in Koombana Bay is operated by the Bunbury Dolphin trust and a dedicated team of volunteers. The facility offers both on shore and boat-based up close and person interactions with wild dolphins in their natural habitat. The dolphins come close to the shore on most days. However the dolphins are wild animals and their presence close to the shore cannot be guaranteed. Another excellent place to visit is the 200m long boardwalk at Big Swamp Reserve which enables visitors to see a wonderful range of birdlife. The Tuart Forest National Park contains the last remaining forests of these unique hardwood trees that are very slow-growing are unique to the southwest area. Some of the trees are estimated to be well over 400 years old. Bunbury has a wide range of accommodation and is a great spot to use as a base for exploring the wonders of the Peel and South West Regions. Local attractions include: # Dolphin Discovery Centre # Big Swamp Reserve # Tuart Forest National Park # Donnybrook and Bridgetown on the Blackwood River.