Welcome to the port of Bunbury

The Port of Bunbury is located 175kms south of Perth, Western Australia and is home to over 70,000 inhabitants. The third largest city in the state, European settlement of Bunbury occurred in 1836 and the port was established shortly after, on the existing natural harbour.

Today the Port of Bunbury has the largest land holding of any port in Australia and capacity for significant organic growth. Exports include alumina, woodchips, mineral sands, spodumene and silica sand and imports include caustic soda and mineral sands. More


Master Planning Project

Details of the Port of Bunbury Master Planning Project can be found here.


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Total Tonnage Through Port
Ship visits
  • Minerals
  • Grains
  • Wood Products
  • Other
  • Non Cargo

Note: Statistics below represent a 12 month rolling summary of trade. Data may not be current and should not be relied upon - see Terms of Use.

Port Status

Port Open


  • 21.9 oC

  • ESE 24 km/h

    gust to 37 km/h

  • 1011.5 hPa

    Wind pressure

  • 0.0 mm

    Rain since 9am

Bunbury, Lat: -33.4 Lon: 115.6, 07 Dec 11:00 pm Data Courtesy of BOM.GOV.AU

Latest News

Biannual works will commence at the Port of Bunbury of the next couple of weeks, to help maintain safe draughts for ships to move within the Port.
On Tuesday 22 September the fishing platform and jetty at the Port of Bunbury will be temporarily closed for minor works.
Southern Ports staff in Bunbury have signed on to save lives, by joining the Lifeblood Teams program.

Social distancing didn't stop students from Australind High School from finding out more about the work of Southern Ports.
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