The Port of Bunbury is the South West’s gateway to the world.
The port plays an important role in trade by connecting the South West and wider Western Australia to international markets. It forms part of a comprehensive transport network linking the region’s industries to the world, supporting global supply chains.
Capacity for growth
Bunbury boasts one of the biggest regional ports in Australia, with one of the largest land holdings of any port in the country. It has the capacity to expand to support future economic development opportunities.
Bunbury’s port is located within the protected waters of Koombana Bay, about a two hour drive south of the state capital of Perth.
Its strategic position makes it is an ideal distribution point particularly for the agricultural, mining and manufacturing sectors. An established road and rail network provides critical transport linkages to the port, supporting economic growth.
Major commodities are exported and imported through the port. Click here for the latest throughput stats.
Exports include: alumina, woodchips, mineral sands, spodumene and silica sands.
Imports include: include caustic soda, methanol, fertiliser and petroleum.
DID YOU KNOW?
Port of Bunbury has one of the largest land holdings of any port in Australia and capacity for significant growth.