Bunbury is one of the Australian cities located 175km south of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia State. Also, it is the state’s third is the third largest city, followed by Perth and Mandurah. In addition to this, the city is located 108km south of Mandurah, 52km northeast of Busselton, 47km south-west of Harvey and 39km north-west of Donnybrook.
The estimated population in Bunbury as of the 2015 census was 75,628 and the postcode of this region is 6230. The land area of this city covers around 225 km2, which equals 86 square miles.
Bunbury enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and breezy winters. The average rainfall recorded throughout the year is nearly 725mm, in which the months from June to August receive abundant rainfall. However, the average temperature remains more or less constant throughout the year and it is about 23 degrees Celsius.
Bunbury has some scenic and lovely tourist attractions such as Leschenault Estuary, Geographe Bay, Tuart Forest National Park, Bibbulmin Track, Cape to Cape Track, Ngilgi Cave, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, Seal Island etc. Bunbury port services the farming, mining and timber industries of the south-west regions.