Bunbury Terminal (also known as Bunbury Passenger Terminal) is a train and bus station for Transwa services. The terminal is located in East Bunbury, Western Australia.

It is the terminus station for the Australind train service to/from Perth along the South Western line. 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 bus routes 826 and 827 connect Bunbury Terminal with the Bunbury city centre.[4]

Platform

Bunbury Passenger Terminal platform
Stop Platform Line Stopping pattern Destination Notes
95022   Australind Perth
95023   Australind Bunbury Passenger Terminal Arrival stop number

Bus routes

Transwa coach services
Stop Route Destination / description Notes
[95126] Bunbury Passenger Terminal SW1 Odds to Pemberton via Busselton, Siesta Park Roadhouse, Margaret River, Augusta and Nannup
SW2 Odds to Pemberton via Donnybrook, Mullalyup, Bridgetown and Manjimup
SW3 Odds to Pemberton via Collie, Boyup Brook, Bridgetown and Manjimup
SW1 Evens
SW2 Evens
SW3 Evens
to East Perth Terminal via Mandurah Station and Cockburn Central
TransBunbury services
Stop Route Destination / description Notes
[72046] Bunbury Passenger Terminal 826 to Bunbury Bus Station via Sandridge Road and Blair Street
827 to Bunbury Bus Station via Bunbury Forum and Austral Parade
827 to Glen Iris via Picton Road, Orchid Drive and Ince Road
[72098] Picton Road (east bound) 826 to Bunbury Bus Station via Sandridge Road and Blair Street
827 to Bunbury Bus Station via Bunbury Forum and Austral Parade
827 to Glen Iris via Picton Road, Orchid Drive and Ince Road

References

  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 Archived 15 June 2017 at the Wayback Machine Transwa
  4. ^ "Bunbury Timetable 1". Public Transport Authority. 8 October 2017. Retrieved 22 December 2017.[permanent dead link]