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The coastal city of Bunbury is located 175km south of the Western Australian capital of Perth and 40km north of apple growing town of Donnybrook. The port city sits near the mouth of the Collie River and while it is an important hub servicing the mining and farming industries of the region it is an increasingly popular tourist destination with an abundance of attractions. Bunbury has grown over the past few decades to become the third largest city in Western Australia. Visitors to the region are treated to not only some fantastic coastline and natural beauty but a great mix of eating, shopping and entertainment options. Looking for car hire in Bunbury? Through Skedaddle’s price comparison booking service you can quickly and conveniently book a rental car in Bunbury through most major car hire companies.

Things to see and do

Bunbury has several stunning beaches that are great for surfing, swimming, fishing, kayaking or simply taking a walk. These beaches include Peppermint Grove Beach, Myalup Beach, Back Beach and Mangrove Cove. If you spend a few hours around Koombana Bay there’s a good chance you’ll get to catch a glimpse of the pod of Bottlenose dolphins that call the bay home.

Take a drive out of Bunbury to nearby towns such as Australind, Boyanup, Dardenup and Ferguson. These towns have many unique attractions such as Moody Cow Brewery in Ferguson, The Australian and American History Museum in Australind, Bonking Frog Wines winery in Boyanup and the Lydendale Gallery in Dardenup. Explore Bunbury itself or use the city as a base to explore the greater Geographe Region of the south west from the comfort of a rental car, brought to you by Skedaddle.