Bunbury railway station

This article is about current Bunbury railway station. For former station, see Old Bunbury railway station.

The Australind at Bunbury station in January 2014
Location Picton Road, Bunbury
Western Australia
Coordinates 33°20′40″S 115°39′26″E / 33.34451°S 115.65715°E / -33.34451; 115.65715Coordinates: 33°20′40″S 115°39′26″E / 33.34451°S 115.65715°E / -33.34451; 115.65715
Owned by Public Transport Authority
Operated by Transwa
Line(s) South Western
Structure type Ground
Disabled access Yes
Opened 29 May 1985

Bunbury railway station is located on the South Western line in the south-eastern Bunbury suburb of Wollaston.

It is the terminus station for the Australind from Perth. It was built as a replacement for the more centrally located station, being opened on 29 May 1985 by Minister for Transport Julian Grill.[1][2]

Transwa coach services operate to Walpole, Augusta, Pemberton, Donnybrook, Collie, Boyup Brook and Bridgetown.[3]

TransBunbury's route 827 connects with Australind services.


  1. Time-line of Key Dates in Bunbury's History Bunbury Historical Society
  2. "Western Australia" Railway Digest August 1985 page 247
  3. Timetable Files Transwa
Preceding station   Transwa Trains network   Following station
towards Perth
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