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History of city Bunbury, Western Australia in photos

A small historical reference

Geography: The port city of Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia after the state capital, Perth, and Mandurah. It is situated 175 kilometres (109 mi) south of Perth's central business district (CBD).

Bunbury was first established in 1836, and was named in recognition of Lieutenant Henry William St Pierre Bunbury.

The city's administrative area, Greater Bunbury, includes four local government areas, and extends between Yarloop in the north, Boyanup to the south and Capel to the southwest.

The port of Bunbury services the farming, mining and timber industries of the south west.

Date of foundation: 1836

History:

Population: 75 628

Sights:

Bunbury. Burlinton Hotel, 1927
Burlinton Hotel on Victoria Street, 1927
Bunbury. Monkbarns, 1918
Monkbarns on the jetty, 24 November, 1918
Bunbury. Panorama of the city
Panorama of the city looking East
Bunbury. Panorama of main street, 1918
Panorama of main street, November 1918 (arrow - Rose hotel)
Bunbury. Panorama of the city
Panorama of the city
Bunbury. Platform of Railway Station
Platform of Railway Station
Bunbury. Post Office, circa 1910
Post Office, circa 1910
Bunbury. The Jetty
The Jetty

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