Accommodation in Bunbury Australia
There are Bunbury accommodation options available to suit all budgets, choose from luxury waterside and CBD self-catering apartments through to fully serviced self contained apartment deals, or from Koombana Bay accommodation, close to the Dolphin Discovery Centre, and the myriad of waterside cafes around vibrant Old Silo area.
Bunbury is famed for its Blue Manna crabs, and for generations, Western Australians have flocked to the area in the for the event when the crabbing season opens, to catch the delicacies, dropping a net from the jetty in the harbour or in the estuary. You can select from good value central B&B deals on inlet coves or near the Leschenault Inlet, the Indian Ocean and each with good access to the touring routes to the north or south.
Check out the many central executive apartments, self contained and suitable for delegates at Conventions. The golf tragic will certainly want to consider the golf resort, with on site restaurant and the greens just a short putt from the good value self-contained lodgings and on site restaurant.
Lovers and good friends might wish to retreat to a bush park resort in the rural Ferguson Valley, or to spend time on the famed Back Beaches of Bunbury, with accommodation high on a hill, overlooking the surf and Indian Ocean.
Bunbury accommodation is at a premium for the annual Racing Carnival, an event that is designed around the XXXX Gold Cup; thousands of visitors flock to the race rounds and wise visitors book their property deals well in advance to attend the see and be seen event.
The gastronomic delights of Australias South West, with freshly caught sea food and local produce complemented with excellent wineries and cellar door tastings throughout the area; Travellers who seek luxury accommodation in Bunbury, a romantic retreat or a central motel should all have a non drinking skipper arranged before they hit the cellar doors, to ensure safe arrival back at their vacation lodgings.
Wine lovers and lovers of fine foods will also enjoy the Geographe Crush Food and Wine Festival, held in the Bicentennial Square; the event showcases produce from all over the region; the Undercover Markets in the Stirling St Arts Centre also feature home grown products and handmade crafts for the visitor to enjoy.