Not sure where to go or what do do. Don’t worry we have you covered.
To make it even easier to explore BunGeo we have created a series of itineraries for you to enjoy!ITINERARIES
Issue 9 of FOUND is packed with inspiration for your next adventure in Bunbury Geographe. Explore the region's craft collectives for crafty inspiration, discover new places to hike, bike and boat or indulge in delicious paddock to plate adventures. So much to see do and explore!READ NOW
Issue 8 of FOUND is now out! You can pick up a copy at any one of the visitor centres across the region and in cafes, shire offices and attractions.
Find recommendations about how to entertain the kids for 48hours in the region, where to find the best Eggs Benny and everything you need to know about the new and exciting things that are happening on the Bunbury Waterfront.
Read all about CinefestOZ (23-28 August), Lost and Found (6-11 September) and much much more!
Issue 7 provides inspiration and ideas for exploring the beautiful Donnybrook Balingup region as part of our "48 Hours in" series.
Find your new favourite red wine with an exploration of the traditional and alternative varieties of Geographe Wine Region.
We also have some great tips on keeping the kids entertained and away from the screen.
Find out about the delights of the Capel region in the latest in our "48 Hours in..." series. Be inspired by the array of amazing art, artists and makers across the region.
Find out where to get an amazing Japanese inspired burger and where to find your beertopia.
Spring and summer in the BunGeo region is a special time of year.
Think adventures in the great outdoors, innovative chefs creating memorable dishes, family-owned wineries welcoming
visitors with open arms (and well-stocked cellars), beautifully crafted wares from talented locals and the chance to kick back beachside and relax in one of the south west's most beautiful regions.
We think you'll find plenty to inspire in these pages of Found magazine. Here's just a taste of what you could get up to over the next few months
Our third edition of FOUND magazine. Autumn and winter in the BunGeo region mean it’s time to change gear – literally. Out with bikinis and shorts and on with rugged up jumpers and socks. If you’re a keen mountain biker, then you’ll find some of the most accessible MTB trails in the land.
Unearth the stunning new edifice at Koombana Bay; called Wardandi Booja. And then there are the passionate winemakers and food producers – meet the men and women behind award-winning Geographe wines and the Halls family who have created a divine creamy cheese from their herd of Normande cows.
There are farmers who follow the organic path, and an artisan bakery which produces the most perfect bread and butter (it’s to die-for). The newly redeveloped Dolphin Discovery Centre is the perfect place to meet and greet some very friendly residents of Koombana Bay.
Our inaugural FOUND magazine is packed with inspiration for your visit to Bunbury Geographe. In our first issue, uncover the fab alternative wine drops of the Geographe Wine Region – it’s a taste sensation.
Be inspired by how to spend 48 Hours in Bunbury, go on an apple picking hunt, be pie-eyed, discover the best MTB trails in the region, tantalise your taste buds with gooey, yummy cakes or journey back in time with Ngalang Wongi!
Make sure you check out the event section to find what’s on and what’s new in #BunGeo.
Our second edition of FOUND magazine will have even the most intrepid traveller twitching their itchy feet ready to visit the diverse Bunbury Geographe region. In this issue, find your taste buds craving to indulge in the culinary possibilities on the Rustic Trail – perfect for the picnic basket.
Think pink and savour a little glass of rose’, unearth your inner child and fly through the forest or dive into nature at the new state of the art Dolphin Discovery Centre.
Remember to immerse yourself in the local culture and check out the events section to discover what’s on and what’s new in #BunGeo.
Featuring info on our region’s Must Dos, the captivating Geographe and Blackwood Valley wine regions and of course the seven regions that make Bun Geo the place to be.
Hard copies are also available throughout the region and you’re guaranteed to pick one up at one of our visitor centres
Head off the beaten track and discover the beautiful Ferguson Valley and the surrounds behind the wheel. Less than two hours south of Perth, the boutique Ferguson Valley sits in the heart of the Bunbury Geographe region, providing the ultimate escape from the City - close enough for a day trip, yet far enough to feel worlds away. With picturesque rolling hills, fertile vineyards and a tranquil national park at its doorstep, the Ferguson Valley is the perfect place to base yourself and start exploring.Read Now
In association with the Geographe Wine Industry Association we are proud to launch WA’s first Alternative Wine Trail. Find some cutting-edge wines, with nine must–do cellar doors where you can sip and swirl more than twelve alternative varieties. Our winemakers will be on-hand to share their knowledge with you on all things alternative.
The self-drive Geographe Alternative Wine Trail meanders through coastal plains, picturesque valleys and up, into the hills providing sweeping views over the distant Geographe Bay and Bunbury.
WA's first MTB trail pocket map encouraging riders to pump their way through 25 awesome MTB trails in the Collie River Valley, Wellington National Park and Ferguson Valley. BunGeo is a must-do destination for mountain biking enthusiasts and novice cruises.Read Now
Bunbury City centre is full of amazing places and stories. Since 2014, through the Six Two Three Zero initiative, the City has been transformed into an open air art gallery.
Six Two Three Zero is a Bunbury based artist run initiative seeking to use street art as a catalyst for urban development and social change.
This initiative has transformed a walk through the City into an incredible journey of discovery.
There are plenty of places to stop for a coffee, lunch or afternoon tea. Why not make a day of it and include a visit to the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery.
Download your map here or visit the Bunbury Visitor Centre at 13A Princep Street, Bunbury to pick up a hard copy.
The streets of Bunbury’s CBD are filled with history and mystery, with stories and facts to delight and fascinate visitors. From a school attended by former WA Premier Sir Newton Moore, the family home of Western Australia’s most famous pioneering family, impressive buildings built by a convict’s son, 80s inspired Alan Bond architecture, to sacred sites of our Noongar first settlers. Walking is truly the best way to explore the stomping grounds of our past residents.Download