The price is AU$145 per night from 22 May to 23 MayAU$145
22 May - 23 May
4.2/5 Excellent! (153 reviews)
"The historical part of the property made for a lovely setting, info folder inside the room gave useful background. The propery was conveniently situated, we have a larger than average vehicle (lorry) but were able to access and park easily"
The price is AU$131 per night from 22 May to 23 MayAU$131
22 May - 23 May
4.2/5 Excellent! (91 reviews)
A great stay
"I stayed here with my two grandchildren. We had an amazing stay. The room was comfortable and had all the extras we needed such as a microwave, kettle and toaster. The pool was very welcoming in the current heatwave, and it was clean and well taken care of."
The price is AU$161 per night from 30 May to 31 MayAU$161
30 May - 31 May
4.4/5 Excellent! (27 reviews)
"The place is well located, extremely convenient and the room is well furnished with many little touches added. While we didn't need to use the aircon, it was like brand new. Window was double glazed and hence well insulated from cold/heat/sound. Staff were very friendly and keen to serve plus communications ..."
The price is AU$185 per night from 22 May to 23 MayAU$185
22 May - 23 May
4.4/5 Wonderful! (604 reviews)
"For the price, the room was nothing special but it was adequate for our one night stay. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Our room did not overlook the course (many don't) but it did open out to a lovely garden."
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Frequently asked questions
As you’ll save on your room price, you can enjoy more of what Bunbury has to offer. In the area, popular places to visit include Ferguson Valley.
At most motels, you’re likely to find a free parking spot and an outdoor pool. When you stay at a motel, you’ll often have access to your room from an outside corridor overlooking the car park. Motels in the US boomed after World War II with the popularity of car travel and road trips, peaking in the 1960s with over 60,000 properties.
Take time to enjoy the beaches and coffee shops in this walkable area while you’re sightseeing. Those who’ve visited Bunbury have good things to say about its spas and forests. These are some of the parks and outdoorsy places: Back Beach, Koombana Bay and Hay Park. You’ll find these family-friendly attractions in the area: Big Swamp Wildlife Park and South West Rail and Heritage Centre. To learn more about local history, take some time at Bunbury Lighthouse and King Cottage Museum.
Weather can make or break a road trip, so we’ve gathered some data about year-round temperatures in Bunbury to help you plan yours. The hottest months are usually February and January, with an average temperature of 23°C, while the coldest months are July and August, with an average of 14°C. Average annual precipitation for Bunbury is 668 mm.
We’ve gathered some information about getting around Bunbury to help you navigate your stay: Fly into Busselton, WA (BQB-Margaret River), which is located 27.3 mi (44 km) from the heart of the city. If you’d like to explore around the area, you may want to rent a car for your trip.
expedia verified reviews
"Very easy stay.
Had dinner at the restaurant - waiter Josh was fantastic, he could teach so many people what customer service is.
Lovely place all round."
A verified traveller stayed at Quality Hotel Lighthouse
"The $25 voucher for the bar and restaurant was great. The overall facilities were really good, although a microwave would have been good for us. It was very central and not having to go elsewhere to eat was a bonus.The food at the restaurant was really nice and the staff were friendly and efficient."