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Bunbury, Western Australia

Bunbury, Western Australia
Panorama of Bunbury from lookout Tower
Australian Place
StateWestern Australia
Population68248 (27th)
Density492 /km2 1274.3 /sq mi
Area138.7 km2 53.5 sq mi
Time zoneAWST (UTC+8)
RegionSouth West
State DistrictBunbury
Federal DivisionForrest

Bunbury, Western Australia

Bunbury's lighthouse and Marlston Hill's lookout tower
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The port city of Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia after the State Capital Perth and Mandurah. It is situated 175 km (108.7 mi) south of Perth's central business district (CBD). The port services the farming and timber industries of the south west originally connected via an extensive rail network.

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We spotted this Great White Shark stalking our boat on the way back from Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth in Western Australia. This was after Raft Up on Boxing Day 2010.
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14 ton powered by v6 detroit diesel 2 stroke with wheels from a cat 992 wheel loader this was at bunbury monster truck tour of destruction western australia march 09
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Perth, Western Australia, 2008
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Summer fun thrill seekers at Hastie Beach Ocean Drive Bunbury West Australia on 29 December 2011
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This bike trailer was engineered and built for $1000 and is one of two. They were made to tour the Gibb River Road in North West Western Australia. I bought mine second hand from the couple and it was still in perfect condition even though the Gibb River Road is renown for being one of the roughest in Australia; most (non-4WD) cars would be shattered to pieces by the corrugations. I've put it up here to share the basic design - feel free to copy it or be inspired to make something entirely different.
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Tour of Greater Bunbury - 85 000 people including the changing city its marina, health, shopping, sporting and education facilities local economy and surrounding communities. For people considering moving to one of the six local governemnt areas Collie, Donnybrook, Harvey, Dardanup, Capel and Bunbury.
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Australian police believe that a body washed ashore in western Australia yesterday is that of missing German backpacker Jan-Christian Bielenberg. Two horseback riders found the body of a man on a beach in Capel Wednesday morning. The beach is about 15 miles from Bunbury, the place where Bielenberg was last seen on July 30. Australian police say that initial observations did not indicate foul play, or that Bielenberg had committed suicide.
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Thinking about studying English overseas? Come to West Coast International College of English in beautiful Bunbury, Western Australia!!
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Bunbury City in Western Australia taken from the Observation Point overlooking the city, beaches and harbour.
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A flight over Greater Bunbury at 2500feet with the local landmarks and suburbs pointed out. incl Australiand, Leaschenault, Eaton, the Harbour, Dalyellup, Boyanup, Donnybrook, The Fergurson Valley and Picton.
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Bunbury woman's aim to get kids out of slums - Bunbury Mail Tweet this news
Bunbury Mail---Bunbury- woman Jessica Cartwright has jumped on board with other South -West- people who are in the process of forming Tenderfeet -Australia- Inc. Ms Cartwright said the charity had touched her heart after hearing about it through the Milli - Date : Wed, 15 Feb 2012 01:04:40 GMT
State gets $820m road and rail boost - Perth Now Tweet this news
Perth Now---WA- will receive an $820 million boost to its road and rail systems when the Federal Budget is handed down later today. The funding will be used to fix some of the state's most notorious black spots and upgrade major road networks in metr - Date : Tue, 10 May 2011 02:13:56 GMT+00:00
Sounds Of A Silhouette festival - Kill Your Stereo Tweet this news
Kill Your Stereo--Sounds Of A Silhouette is a new festival located at -Bunbury-, -Western Australia-. Hosting some of Australia's finest up and coming talents as well as various international acts over four stages and over 10 side shows. The Rose Lin - Date : Thu, 19 May 2011 05:46:13 GMT+00:00
WA commits $83,5m to support Perdaman urea project - Creamer Media's Mining Weekly Tweet this news
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly--PERTH ( - -Western Australia- would spend A$83,5-million over the next four years, to support the development of the A$3,5-billion Perdaman Collie Urea project, Premier Colin Barnett announced on Friday - Date : Fri, 01 Apr 2011 08:05:46 GMT+00:00
Nurses to take evidence from sex assault victims - ABC Online Tweet this news
ABC Online--A number of -Bunbury- nurses have become the first in -Western Australia- to receive qualifications which allow them to take samples from victims of sexual assaults. Until now, only doctors were authorised to conduct forensic procedures on vic - Date : Wed, 30 Mar 2011 06:08:43 GMT+00:00
Forensic nurses to aid regional sex assault victims - ABC Local Tweet this news
ABC Local--The head of the Police Sex Assault Squad says he hopes having trained forensic nurses based in regional -Western Australia- will encourage more sexual assault victims to come forward. Eleven -Bunbury- nurses yesterday graduated from a course wh - Date : Thu, 31 Mar 2011 00:47:01 GMT+00:00
Australian Lithium Producer Exporting to China - International Business Times Tweet this news
International Business Times--The company's primary focus has been a hard rock spodumene lithium project called Mount Cattlin, near Ravensthorpe, -Western Australia-, encompassing a mine and minerals plant. Galaxy also intends to establish a downstre - Date : Fri, 01 Apr 2011 06:11:31 GMT+00:00
Ant bite may have caused death - Perth Now Tweet this news
Perth Now--His widow, Katrina, told Nine News she believed her fiance was bitten by a jumper jack ant, which are found near -Bunbury-. Similar deaths have been recorded in Tasmania but it would be the first time a death was caused by the ant in -WA-.--- - Date : Wed, 16 Mar 2011 12:14:00 GMT+00:00
Galaxy Resources Limited (ASX:GXY) Ships First Spodumene from Mt Cattlin to China - ABN Newswire (press release) Tweet this news
ABN Newswire (press release)--Perth, Mar 28, 2011 (ABN Newswire) - Galaxy Resources Limited (ASX:GXY) (PINK:GALXF) is pleased to announce it has successfully loaded its first shipment of spodumene at the -Bunbury- Port in -Western Australia-. A total of a - Date : Sun, 27 Mar 2011 22:55:34 GMT+00:00
Bunbury health skills conference - Bunbury Mail Tweet this news
Bunbury Mail--HEALTH experts from all over -Western Australia- were in -Bunbury- last weekend to share their skills on performing surgeries in rural and remote locations. The -Bunbury- Rural Clinical School co-hosted the conference with the Clinical Train - Date : Tue, 22 Mar 2011 16:44:12 GMT+00:00

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Western AustraliaAlbany * Bunbury * Geraldton * Kalgoorlie * Mandurah * Perth

Cities of Western Australia

Capital cityPerth
Metropolitan CitiesArmadale * Bayswater * Belmont * Canning * Cockburn * Fremantle * Gosnells * Joondalup * Melville * Nedlands * Rockingham * South Perth * Stirling * Subiaco * Swan * Wanneroo |
Regional CitiesAlbany * Bunbury * Geraldton * Kalgoorlie * Mandurah |
Towns > 10,000 peopleBroome * Busselton * Esperance * Karratha * Port Hedland |

Towns in the South West region of Western Australia

Major centresBunbury * Busselton * Collie * Dunsborough * Harvey * Manjimup * Margaret River
TownsActon Park * Alexandra Bridge * Allanson * Augusta * Balingup * Benger * Binningup * Boyanup * Boyup Brook * Bramley * Bridgetown * Brookhampton * Brunswick Jn. * Burekup * Capel * Carbunup River * Chowerup * Cookernup * Cowaramup * Cundinup * Dardanup * Deanmill * Dingup * Dinninup * Donnelly River * Donnybrook * Elgin * Ferguson * Forest Grove * Forrest Beach * Gnarabup * Gracetown * Greenbushes * Hester * Jardee * Jarrahwood * Karridale * Kirup * Kudardup * Kulikup * Ludlow * Mayanup * Metricup * Mullalyup * Myalup * Nannup * Nornalup * Northcliffe * Nyamup * Pemberton * Peppermint Grove Beach * Prevelly * Quindalup * Quinninup * Roelands * Rosa Brook * Shotts * Stratham * Uduc * Vasse * Walpole * Waterloo * Wilga * Windy Harbour * Witchcliffe * Wokalup * Wonnerup * Worsley * Yallingup * Yarloop * Yornup

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