A Travellerspoint blog

January 2020

A quickie in Bunbury by the Sea

After a little bit of insurance work at the Doctor's in Busselton we grabbed Melba by the nose & took her off for a quickie. After driving through Ludlow Forrest.

Parked up at the 48 hour rest area at Back Beach, Bunbury.

Ocean views with sunsets each day. Our Friday night was a dinner & sunset at the Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club. A $10 meal. Magic.

Earlier in the day we took a walk down to town. We checked out the Bunbury Art Scene and were informed they have the largest collection of original street art in Regional Australia.

The Bunbury Art Gallery building was originally a Sisters of Mercy Nuns Convent. It was free entry.
Two of the displayed art themes were steel and glass...plus other artistic materials.

Saturday found us sleeping in hearing the waves on the shore but later the occasional car started to drive by. This was our cue to wander into town and support Bunbury with our hard cold cash. A delightful lunch was had at Natural Temptations cafe.

After we arrived back to to Melba to deposit our purchases we went for a walk up to Marlston Hill & the Rotary Lookout, via the Lighthouse.

Sun is just going down now with a lovely glow on the horizon.

Home tomorrow for Soiree.

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