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Bunbury lies at the western end of the Leschenault Inlet North of Busselton. The area was first sighted by Nicholas Baudin in 1803. Bunbury is the regional capital and gateway to WA?s south west. There are historic walks, local art and craft studios, the Dolphin Discovery Centre and plenty of galleries and museums.

This was the original lighthouse which sat where Marlston Hill Lookout not sits. The lighthouse was in operation for 33 years until 1903. In 1971 the lighthouse was moved to its present location just down the road and is now a landmark in Bunbury.

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  • Written Apr 10, 2005
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