Comfort Inn Admiral

56 Spencer Street, Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230, Australia
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Where does cruise ship dock ?

by JohnPaulla

Anybody know where does the Rhapsody of the Seas (RCI) docks in Bunbury on 14 Mar ? How far is it to places of interests ? Thanks

Re: Where does cruise ship dock ?

by Kakapo2

The website says it is 2 km from the town centre and you can walk:

No public bus, only shuttle buses and taxis.

On this website you can check out possible activities:

Re: Where does cruise ship dock ?

by buffybird

The cruise ship will dock in the outer harbour, there is a bit of contention with the Bunbury shire in that it charges exorbitant fees for passengers. The walk takes approxiamately 7km and the shire is charging $7 per passenger per one way trip. I don't think this will change before the rhapsody comes in.

Now i do know that the ship offers offshore activities, ie the dolphin centre etc at double the prices of what we locals pay. If you wish to do these kind of tours try visiting the dolphin centres site and book ahead -

If you can give me an idea of what the cruise line is offering then I can assist more, we do have a charter bus service that offers tours for the cruises but honestly i doubt you would see much and would spend more time travelling to places like Margaret River.

Cheers Heather

Re: Where does cruise ship dock ?

by dmhretired

Sounds like Margret River is too much of a reach, how about Brusselton from the ship and back.
We vare on the same cruise.

Travel Tips for Bunbury

Bunbury Information Centre

by aussirose

This is the first place you should visit when in Bunbury.

The information centre has a stack of info on things to do and places to see around Bunbury and the staff are very helpful.

We arrived here on the bus from Perth and stopped by for a quick update and grabbed a few pamphlets on the area.

Bunbury Dive Charters

by robertgaz

Bunbury Dive Charters offer personalised diving experiences around the Bunbury region. A very popular local attraction is the world class "Lena" dive wreck just 3nm from the coast.

The "Lena" is a pirate ship which was scuttled off Bunbury's coast during December, 2003 and is now sitting in 17m of water. This makes it very accessible to open water ticketed divers and has proven to be a popular photo site for with a myriad of fish making their home in and around the stern.

Big Swamp Parkland

by robertgaz

The Big Swamp is a natural but modified wetland area that attracts many birds. The water level of Big Swamp has been artificially kept high to enable the swamp to be a year round waterbird sanctuary.

There is now little resemblance to the original wetland which has been taken over by bamboo, bullrushes and other foreign species. In the growth among the pools are regular breeders such as ducks, black swans, coots and purple swamp hens.

Other visitors include cormorants, herons, ibises, spoonbills and seagulls. Some 70 bird species have been recorded and reptiles such as the long necked turtle and venomous tiger snakes are not uncommon.

Landfill has been carried out as part of a long term development plan which includes a lookout point and sheltered bird observation structures.

A walk/cycle track takes you around the circumference and there is also an elevated boardwalk through the swamp.

Splash Gallery Bunbury

by aussirose

My daughter showed me the place where she bought a gorgeous canvas painting of two ladies sipping coctails on the beach. Kelli said it was a pic of her and me! :o) I just loved it!!

So when we went past Splash Gallery, I had to stop and have look. And guess what?.... there was another canvas painting similar to what Kelli bought!!....So I had to have it!! :o)

This gift shop is just what I love!! Heaps of beach stuff! Loads of frangipani and Kombie hippy stuff!! I was in heaven!! :o) ......

Boat harbour

by robertgaz

With so much water surrounding Bunbury it is hardly surprising that you will find a fine collection of boats, big and small, pleasure or business.

Bunbury's Boat Harbour is well sheltered from those wild WA wild winter storms and there is also a well equipped marina for longer term moorings.


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 Comfort Inn Admiral

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Address: 56 Spencer Street, Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230, Australia