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- Excellent range, quality and value. Really impressed by the quality of fresh produce (best strawberries ever!) and meats. Prices were very reasonable. This may become our regular shopping destination!Written 19 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great to go in winter months as it is not busy so you can spend time walking through the aviaries and feeding animals, without too many people around.
There are several aviaries you can walk through where birds may land on your shoulder. Many Australian native animals, some have been rescued or ex-pets.
There is an farm animal area where you can feet sheep, goats, emus and pigs.
There is a reptile section with snakes and lizards.
A keeper talk is available at 11.30 daily, where they show snakes (pythons), blue tongue lizard, rats (that kids can hold), and ferrets that kids can walk on a leash. Following the keeper talk you can spend time interacting with the animals, and ask questions. There were 3-4 keeps available at the talk we attended.
At there end there is a gift shop & cafe.
We felt the park was well looked after and the animals had quite a bit of space in their enclosures. The animals didn’t appear unhappy or distressed and had plenty of natural food (including fruit and veggies) throughout their areas.
Overall it was a nice experience. We’ll return on the next trip.Written 15 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Took our visitors to Koombana Bay where we all enjoyed a coffee at the kiosk and then viewed the various attractions and amenities. They decided to enjoy a lengthy beachside walk and take some photographic memories home. Very excited with their experience when collected later.Written 30 May 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Best to do when not hazy or super windy. 25 metre climb to top but great view to all points of the compass. Take your time, its worth the climb. Parking for a few cars near towerWritten 7 February 2023
- Beautiful Back Beach - perfect beach for a long walk and to take your dogs for a run and play. In the summer it would be beautiful for swimming.Written 26 June 2022
- I do love a good lighthouse. This one isn't open for public viewing but easy to get to. Lots of parking nearby and straight down to the beachWritten 7 February 2023
- We were so lucky to meet with Nelly today when we visited and asked for a permit to the free camp and also for ideas on what to do around town. She is very professional, passionate about the area and informative.Written 29 August 2022
- Unfortunately a couple of the galleries were closed when we visited. Some of the art work was exceptional, especially some of the wooden pieces. In my opinion it was better than the Perth art gallery, which was very disappointing.Written 27 August 2022
- This lovely scenic area is ideal to enjoy boating and other water sports, fishing or just walking and enjoying the views.Written 16 January 2019
- Fantastic museum obviously run by motor enthusiasts, great range of vehicles on display and right in the centre of town. Well worth the visitWritten 12 January 2023
- On my visit to Bunbury, and as I enjoy wandering and hiking around, I walked around the entire estuary on both sides. This tour will invariably bring you to the Mangrove Boardwalk, which will provide you with some pleasant surprises. The Mangrove Boardwalk does indeed wind its way in and around the mangroves, however, there is much more to see. Bunbury seems to intrinsically understand its nature and wildlife, and it goes to great lengths to protect and promote them the like. On my walk, I actually saw what appeared to be a very large "sea hawk" mother flying into feed her chick. Bunbury has two tall roosts set up for them (i.e. that I could note). Once you have hiked the Mangrove Boardwalk back towards the DDC and come out onto the paved path again, be sure to look left and up! Perhaps you will see them or even better, you may find other interesting things in the mangroves...Written 17 December 2021
- Interesting to learn about local history.
Bought back some memories for me.
Staff were friendly.
Exhibitions do change on a regular basis.
Best part is it’s FREE.Written 19 June 2022
- This great venue has been running now for close to 40 years.
Set up and run by volunteers and enthusiasts this is a BUNBURY must-do for young families or the young at heart.
Costs almost nothing, runs monthly on weekends.Written 12 February 2019
- We went in spring when the wildflowers were popping. It is easy to get lost on the trails so google finder/maps or a hand map of the trails would be beneficial. Plenty of parking at various access pointsWritten 23 September 2019
- This is a fantastic spot to visit on a sunny calm day - and when I was here today with some overseas visitors, it was outstanding. There's lots of parking right here, and it's right adjacent to a grassed park with toilets, BBQs, playground, and other facilities.
There's also a walk trail that goes right along the coast in both directions, and you can walk for a long way south from here along Ocean Drive. Back Beach is only a few hundred metres south from here, so it's an easy and pleasant stroll between the two.
We walked from the car park onto the beach, and onto the rocks. Waves were crashing on the rocks, and it was very picturesque. If you're looking for a spot along the coast to stop and enjoy what the Bunbury coastline has to offer, this is definitely a top spot, along with neighbouring Back Beach.Written 11 March 2019
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