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Top-rated holiday rentals in Bunbury

Guests agree: these stays are highly rated for location, cleanliness, and more.

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Apartment in Bunbury
Cosy beach retreat, with uninterrupted ocean view.
The perfect studio apartment for a beach holiday or stop over on a tour of the South West. Incredible views of the Indian Ocean, where dolphins and whales can be spotted if you are fortunate! Comfort, cleanliness and beauty are my priorities in creating the right environment for the perfect holiday. I provide all linens, towels, toiletries, a selection of breads and jams, cereals, fresh milk, teas and coffee. 4 mins drive to CBD, 7 mins to dolphin discovery centre and 10mins to Farmers Market.
8 – 15 Sept
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Home in Bunbury
The Deli House on Charles
The Deli House A quaint cottage attached to one of Bunbury's old Icons The Charles Street Deli. This cosy home has full kitchen facilities, new bathroom/laundry facilities although we retained the shower above the bath in keeping with the era. It has a large secure backyard & plenty of parking for cars, boats. Walking distance to Centrepoint Shopping Centre, town centre, great cafes, restaurants, cinemas & the Entertainment Centre.
7 – 14 May
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Guest suite in South Bunbury
Beautiful Beach bungalow with free parking
Relaxed and comfortable separate living space with queen bed and ensuite, overlooking the gardens and fire pit. Walking distance to the beach 500m, Hungry Hollow Tavern 1km and Bunbury Wildlife Park 1.3km. Guests have access to main residence laundry facilities. There is private side access to the bungalow with free parking available on site.
5 – 12 May

Popular amenities for Bunbury holiday rentals

Stay near Bunbury's top sights

Koombana Beach5 locals recommend
Marlston Hill Lookout18 locals recommend
Bunbury Centre Point7 locals recommend
The Rose Hotel & Motel26 locals recommend
The Parade Hotel Bunbury8 locals recommend
Wyalup-Rocky Point4 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Bunbury

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Guesthouse in Dalyellup
Private annexed 50 sqm flat within family house.
9 – 16 July
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Guesthouse in Bunbury
Thomas St Cottage
2 – 9 Oct
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Home in Bunbury
The Sunshine House
10 – 17 May
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Farm stay in Lowden
Preston Valley Retreat
11 – 18 July
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Cabin in Stratham
Bush cottage retreat
9 – 16 June
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Cabin in Beelerup
Little Hop House - escape to the valley
17 – 24 Apr
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Cabin in Margaret River
Infinity Chalet
16 – 23 Feb
Superhost
Apartment in Nannup
Palm Chalet on the Blackwood River
5 – 12 Aug
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Home in Dalyellup
Beach Escape in Dalyellup: WIFI, Netflix, and more
24 Apr – 1 May
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Farm stay in Warawarrup
Honeymoon Hideaway -Adults Only Retreat
3 – 10 Apr
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Guest suite in Eagle Bay
The Lookout | Sweeping Views of Eagle Bay | Margaret River Properties
10 – 17 Apr
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Chalet in Gnarabup
Architect- Designed Hidden Paradise Gnarabup
8 – 15 Nov

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Bunbury

Total rentals

70 properties

Wi-Fi availability

60 properties include access to Wi-Fi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

20 properties have a dedicated workspace

Family-friendly rentals

30 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

4.9K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$15 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Bunbury

All About Bunbury

Bunbury is the third largest city in Western Australia and an easy drive south of the capital, Perth. It is often known as the City of Three Waters, as it is surrounded by the rumbling surf of the Indian Ocean to the west, the calm waters of Koombana Bay — where you can often spot bottlenose dolphins swimming freely — and the tranquil Leschenault Inlet. All this water makes Bunbury a popular destination for water activities with many spots for surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, and boating.

Bunbury is also something of a creative hotspot. The city is home to the largest collection of street and public art in regional Australia. Wander the streets to spot urban art and quirky characters painted by local artists on 20 electrical boxes scattered through the city. Bunbury provides visitors with great shopping options, including an array of independent stores on popular Victoria Street. The city also enjoys a lively cafe culture, along with bars and some of Western Australia’s best restaurants.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Bunbury

Bunbury is a great place to visit year-round. The city enjoys a Mediterranean-style climate, with over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. Spring and autumn offer pleasantly warm days and milder nights, great for enjoying the town’s many water activities and outdoor dining options. In April, the annual Bunbury Show takes place with rides, entertainment, and exhibitions. The Bunbury Markets run on the first and third weekend of the month and are well worth a visit for locally grown produce, cakes, treats, and jewellery and clothing from local makers. Whenever you decide to visit you will find an excellent range of holiday accommodations and holiday homes in Bunbury to suit all budgets.


Top things to do in Bunbury

The Cappuccino Strip

Discover Bunbury’s popular Victoria Street, known by the locals as the Cappuccino Strip for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and the aroma of roasted coffee and sweet confections coming from its many cafes. The Strip is also home to popular bars and restaurants, as well as a selection of independent shops selling unique gifts. Look out for the town’s much loved Brother and Sister fountain sculpture.

Marlston Hill Lookout

Enjoy a leisurely walk out of the city centre to the Marlston Hill Lookout — a former lighthouse that has been brilliantly converted into a multi-level viewing tower. From here you will enjoy stunning 360-degree views of the coastline and surrounding areas, including the Bunbury Harbour, Koombana Bay, and the hinterland off in the distance.

Mangroves Boardwalk

Take the short drive out of the Bunbury City Centre to the Mangroves Boardwalk. There are over 70 species of birds inhabiting these wetlands, and it is a favourite breeding ground for Western Australia’s famous Black Swans — the state’s official emblem. Enjoy a slow walk along the wetlands boardwalk, or duck into the bird hides and observe the natural Australian wildlife up close.

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