Bunbury, a coastal city in Western Australia, is 175 kilometres (109 miles) south of the capital city of Perth. Bunbury transformed itself from a labour-intensive industrial port into a cosmopolitan community where people live, work, and play. The new complexion of Bunbury includes designer boutiques, cozy wine bars and high-quality, multi-cultural restaurants.
Bunbury is known as The City of Three Waters because of its peninsular location being between the Koombana Bay, the Leschenault Inlet and the Indian Ocean to the west. Popular water sports such as surfing, canoeing, boating and stand up paddle boarding make Bunbury an aquatic wonderland.