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King Cottage Museum

77 Forrest Avenue, South Bunbury WA 6230

For all the local history visit King Cottage which is located five minutes from the City Centre, situated at 77 Forrest Ave, Bunbury.

Inside you will see costumes and linen, photography equipment and photos, documents and books. Outside see vehicles, machinery and tools, laundry equipment and maritime items.

King Cottage was built around 1880 by Henry King and was owned by his family until 1923 when it was sold to the Carlson family. In 1966 it was purchased by the City of Bunbury and subsequently leased to the Bunbury Historical Society. The rooms of the cottage are furnished to fit the period from the 1880s to the 1950s. The artefacts displayed are part of the Society’s collection reflecting the way of life for a family in Bunbury during that period.

Open between 2.00pm to 4.00pm daily. Entry Fees apply. $10 for adults, $7 concession and no charge for children (0 – 16 years).

Sunday: 2PM – 4PM
Monday: 2PM – 4PM
Tuesday: 2PM – 4PM
Wednesday: 2PM – 4PM
Thursday: 2PM – 4PM
Friday: 2PM – 4PM
Saturday: 2PM – 4PM

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