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Bunbury Visitor Centre
Freecall 1800BUNBURY
T: +61 8 9792 7205
E: welcome@bunbury.wa.gov.au


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Bunbury Geographe Tourism Partnership
E: anissa.williams@visitbunburygeographe.com.au

 

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Bunbury Geographe Visitor Centres

Stop by for local advice on what’s on, what to see and where to stay. Use their free booking service too.  Simply look for this symbol to find accredited visitor centres within the region.

 

Bunbury Visitor Centre

The largest visitor centre in the region, the Bunbury Visitor Centre is located in the historic Railway Station overlooking Leschenault Inlet. Visitors to the Centre are welcomed by a team of friendly, highly-trained and knowledgeable staff ready to showcase what Bunbury Geographe has to offer.

Services:

  • Free WiFi
  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Rail, coach and accommodation bookings
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Toilets
  • Free walking tours
  • Bike hire.

Freecall 1800BUNBURY
T: +61 8 9792 7205
E: welcome@bunbury.wa.gov.au
A: Old Railway Station, Haley Street, Bunbury

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Sunday: 10am – 2pm. Public Holidays: 10am – 2pm. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.

 

Balingup Visitor Centre

The Balingup Visitor Center, located on the main street – look for the painted cow. Knowledgeable staff and committed volunteers are very happy to assist visitors, offering a free accommodation booking service, information on local attractions, events and tours. The Balingup Visitors Centre is operated by the Balingup and Districts Tourism Association Inc. The Centre is staffed by volunteers and a part-time manager.

Services:

  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Rail, coach and accommodation bookings
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Toilets
  • Complimentary storage of packs and parcels for Mundabiddi Cycle Trail users and Bibbulmun Track walkers

A:  South West Highway, Balingup
T: +61 8 9764 1818
E: balinguptourism@westnet.com.au

Opening Hours
10am – 3pm, 7 days a week.

 

Boyup Brook Visitor Centre

The Boyup Brook Visitor Centre is a must stop when visiting the region, housing the Little Art Gallery, the world-famous Carnaby Beetle and Butterfly Collection, and the Krandals doll collection. Proudly supporting local artists and makers with shelves filled with things made in Boyup Brook.

Services:

  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Coach and accommodation bookings
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Toilets.

A: Cnr Abel and Bridge Sts, Boyup Brook
T: +61 8 9765 1444
E: bbvisitor@wn.com.au

Opening Hours
10am – 4pm Monday to Friday. Only open on Saturday and Sunday when volunteers are available.

 

Collie Visitor Centre

The Collie Visitor Centre is conveniently located within 350 metres of the Collie CBD and has ample parking with long bays provided for vehicles towing caravans, trailers etc. Two ACROD parking bays are also provided, along with a picnic area with tables and seating. It is also the terminus for public transport services in Collie, including TransWA and South West Coachlines.

Services:

  • Free WiFi
  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Rail, coach and accommodation bookings
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Shower and toilets
  • Complimentary storage of packs and parcels for Mundabiddi Cycle Trail users and Bibbulmun Track walkers
  • Register and notice board for those using the Mundabiddi Cycle Trail or walking the Bibbulmun Track
  • Potable water for a donation
  • Free dump point

A: 156 Throssell Street, Collie WA 6225
T: +61 8 9734 2051
E:  info@collierivervalley.org.au

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm
Saturday & Public Holidays 10am – 3pm
Sunday 10am – 2pm. Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day

 

Donnybrook Visitor Centre

The Donnybrook Visitor Centre is housed in the beautiful old railway station building in the centre of town, which also includes a pop-up museum of railway memorabilia. The Centre has plenty of free parking and is run by the Donnybrook Regional Tourism Association Inc.

A: Old Railway Station, South West Hwy, Donnybrook
T: +61 8 9731 1720
E: donnybrookwa@westnet.com.au

Opening Hours
Open 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday and on Market days (third Saturday each month). Subject to availability.

 

Ferguson Valley (Dardanup) Visitor Centre

Run by a group of local, friendly volunteers and Ferguson Valley Marketing, the Visitor Centre located in the historic Dardanup State School building (1897) and surrounded by the Memorial Rose Gardens.

A:  5 Ferguson Road, Dardanup
T: +61 8 9728 1551
E:  marketing@fergusonvalley.net.au

Services:

  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts including product from 5th Element Pottery and Glass Studio and Erindale Lavender Farm.
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Toilets
  • Historical information
  • Gnomes sales.

Opening Hours
Daily from 10am to 4pm. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day. Subject to change.

 

Harvey Visitor Centre

The Harvey Visitor Centre is open 7 days a week and is also home to the famous Moo Shoppe, which stocks the largest range of cow merchandise in the South West, plus a May Gibb Cuddle Pot and Snuggle Pie display.

Services:

  • Free accommodation booking service and advice
  • Rail, coach and accommodation bookings
  • Tour bookings
  • Souvenirs and local crafts
  • Large range of maps and guides
  • Toilets.

A: Corner James Stirling Place and South Western Hwy, Harvey
T: +61 8 9729 1122
E: info@harveytourism.com

Opening Hours
7 days a week.