Discovery Parks Bunbury

An Epic New Splash Park, Extra Cabins And More: Bunbury Foreshore Gets A Freshen Up

byPerth Is OK Staff
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When it comes to experiencing the southwest region, not only is Bunbury the perfect kick-off point, it’s also got plenty going on in its own right and it’s just that little bit closer to Perth to make it more ideal for shorter getaways AKA “toe dip trips”. Indeed it puts you within a stones throw of award winning wineries and breweries, scenic trails and national parks, world class beaches, surf breaks and so much more.

And when it comes to places to stay, Discovery Parks – Bunbury Foreshore is an excellent option which has just received a serious upgrade.

In addition to 25 new family tourist cabins and over 30 new sites overall (including powered and unpowered sites), the park’s credentials as the perfect family vaycay option get even better with the addition of a brand new Splash Park, in partnership with City Of Bunbury:

The 750sqm, shipwreck-themed splash park becomes a new part of the recently revamped Bunbury Foreshore, free for guests and the local community with over 40 water features including giant tipping bucket and water sprays.

It’s joined on the western side of Koombana Drive by those new cabins and powered sites, now offering some cheeky views of Koombana Bay, of course home to Bunbury’s famous bottlenose dolphin population.

The latest additions make Discovery Parks – Bunbury Foreshore an even more attractive accommodation option for Bunbury and the southwest, with the park already well-appointed with a bouncing pillow, pump track, tennis and basketball court, swimming pool (closed during winter), hire equipment including bikes, stand up paddle boards and pedal carts, dog friendly sites and loads more.

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Plan your next weekend getaway or get in early for summer bookings at Check Discovery Parks – Bunbury Foreshore HERE.

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