South Bunbury

South Bunbury is a beachside suburb in Bunbury, Western Australia. It is located in the local government area of the City of Bunbury. Being approximately 173km south from Perth, the drive from there will take about two hours.

South Bunbury is a small yet vibrant area also known as ‘Mangles’.

The Bunbury Wildlife Park (previously known as Big Swamp Wildlife Park) is located in the suburb. There are more than 50 species of mostly native Australian animals at the park including wombats, kangaroos, wallabies, quokkas, potoroos, dingoes, native parrots, lizards, pythons and tree frog.

Families will be pleased to find three primary schools nearby: South Bunbury Primary School, Adam Road Primary School, and St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, plus a government high school, Newton Moore Senior High School, and an education support school, College Row School.

There are also plenty of amenities such as a corner store, playgrounds, supermarkets, cafes, and a medical centre. More amenities can be found in neighbouring Bunbury.

The population of South Bunbury is around 8,400. Couple families with children make up 35.6% while families without children make up 46.3%.

Average land prices sit around $317,500 as of August 2023.

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