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FOUND – BUNBURY GEOGRAPHE MAGAZINE
Autumn Winter 2018
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.
BUNBURY GEOGRAPHE TOURING MAP
Including the official Geographe Wine Region
The only map you need for exploring the Bun Geo. 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 – info on their locations here
Did you know that Bunbury is home to the largest street and public art collection in regional Australia? Delve deep into Bunbury and you will discover it’s urban cool. From fountains to monuments, from sculptures to street art, the many permanent and temporary works dotted throughout Bunbury are integral to the life and character of the city. Rediscover was an initiative by the talented Six Two Three Zero.
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.