A great picnic spot, popular for crabbing, fishing and windsurfing.
Leschenault Inlet, on Bunbury's doorstep, is the home of dragon boating, often seen practising at sunset. On weekends you should see the Model Boat Club on the still waters, performing competitive manoeuvers.
Rowing 8's, 4's, skulls and outriggers make a familiar silhouette as they train in the early hours of the morning or at dusk.
On warm summer evenings the inlet comes to life with family groups wading knee deep, intent on catching a few of the famous Blue Manna crabs.
Tradition, luxury and impeccible service are the hallmarks of this multi award-winning property. Beautifully appointed rooms & suites with classic interiors to suit the most discerning traveller ranging from Standard Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Executive Suites. Superbly restored to preserve its heritage Grittleton Lodge, circa 1885 has four luxurious accommodation suites with marble ensuite, double spa & gold taps... mahogany sleigh beds and exquisite white bedlinen. Two private lounge rooms, chess set and verandah views over Bunbury & Koombana Bay more
Quest Bunbury is situated alongside the calm and pristine waters of the Leschenault Inlet and is at the entrance to the Bunbury central business district. Set in landscaped surrounds, which feature a swimming pool and tennis court, Quest Bunbury offers a range of 27 studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom serviced apartments. more
A great picnic spot, popular for crabbing, fishing and windsurfing. more
The Dolphin Discovery Centre is Australia’s Premier Dolphin Experience. Located on the beautiful shores of Koombana Bay, visitors can experience four levels of interaction unequalled anywhere else in Australia. This includes an Interpretive Centre and Theatre, Interaction Zone, Swim Tours and Eco Cruises. more
Elandra is a five star luxury vessel licenced to carry 55 persons, operating all year round. more
While at the Big Swamp Wildlife Park, look out for another natural attraction, the Indian Ocean crashing on the Basalt Rocks, formed by a volcanic lava flow believed to have occurred over 150 million years ago during the cretaceous period. more