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Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club

The City of Bunbury Surf Live Saving Club was founded in 1915 and was the second club founded in Western Australia (Cottesloe SLSC was first in 1909).
Since those early days members have volunteered countless hours of Surf Patrol duty to keep Bunbury’s beaches safe for swimmers and surfers. Members have performed numerous rescues and attended to thousands of major and minor first aid incidents. The City of Bunbury SLSC is one of 311 Surf Life Saving Clubs in Australia with a total membership of over 165,820 members. We are affiliated with Surf Life Saving Western Australia (SLSWA).

Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club is now offering $10.00 Meals every Friday Evening. Start your evening with drinks on the Boardwalk enjoying the sunset setting over the Indian Ocean.
Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club is also providing coffee, cakes & light meals every Sunday.

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Collie Art Gallery

Small but impressive, this is an art gallery that kicks beyond its weight. The Collie Art Gallery opened in 2015 and was the first fit-for-purpose A-class gallery to be built in Western Australia since the Art Gallery of WA was opened in 1979.

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Stirling Cottage

Near the Harvey Visitor Centre, you’ll find Stirling Cottage – a replica 1850’s cottage that was home to Sir James Stirling and the creator of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, May Gibbs.

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