NewsNews
 TravelTravel
 MallMall
 LivingLiving
 ImmigrationImmi
 ForumForum

Bunbury

76k (2016)
 
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
AHT
28℃
28℃
26℃
23℃
20℃
18℃
17℃
17℃
18℃
20℃
23℃
26℃
ALT
15℃
15℃
14℃
12℃
10℃
9℃
8℃
8℃
9℃
10℃
12℃
14℃
GMT+8
Bunbury Visitor Centre, Haley St, Bunbury WA 6230
(08) 9792 7206

Introduction of Bunbury

Bunbury is a small coastal town on the southwest coast of Western Australia, about 175 kilometers from Perth, the capital of Western Australia.

Bunbury is known for its dolphins, about 90 of which have lived for decades in (Koombana Bay), the Gulf of Kabana, to the west of the city, which has been designated as a designated area for human interaction with dolphins. The dolphin exploration center (Dolphin Discovery Centre) on the (Koombana Beach) edge of Kabana Beach provides visitors with a comprehensive knowledge of dolphin life and history, and the appearance of dolphin haunts on the beach is irregular. But the frequency of summer increases slightly, and the Discovery Center will provide visitors with manuals on viewing and interactive considerations, particularly where interaction between tourists and dolphins is completely free and unregulated.


Time Zone:

  • 班伯里所属的西澳大利亚州使用澳大利亚西部标准时间(AWST),与北京时间没有时差;
  • 西澳大利亚州不采用夏令时,夏天时间不变。

Destinations of Bunbury

All Destinations (10)
 
Elevator
  • Overview
  • Introduction
  • Destinations
  • Add to favourites