ABOUT KING COTTAGE MUSEUM

LOCATION / CONTACT

77 Forrest Avenue Bunbury
Western Australia 6230

phone Phone: -

GROUP TOURS

Please contact us regarding bookings for groups such as school groups, social clubs or friends.

Enjoy a guided tour of Bunbury's historic museum and see the displays, including costumes, farming implements and photographs.

MUSEUM PUBLIC OPENING HOURS

or by prior appointment.

- ENTRY FEES -


All Guides have "Working With Children" Checks

Take a step back in time and experience what life was like in Bunbury during the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.

Located close to the town centre of Bunbury, the King Cottage Museum is a living piece of our heritage. Come and discover what it was to be a pioneer in our city over 100 years ago.

You will witness the lifestyle, tools, clothing and chores that people in that time were using or doing on a daily basis.

There is a vast amount of memorabilia that has been donated by local families and preserved by volunteers.

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Disabled Access:Wheelchair access There is wheelchair access to the general grounds, Trevena and the main Annexe. There is one toilet facility for the disabled.

Parking: Bus parking There is room for a 46 seater bus to park on the verge in front of King Cottage.

CarsCar parking and caravans Caravan parking may park on the grounds directly in front of the Cottage.

No parking area Parking across the road from the Cottage may incur an infringement fine.

LOCAL WEATHER

PREDOMINANT WINDS wind
Direction: SW
Magnitude: 20 knots

In the mornings mainly from the East, switching in the afternoon to the predominant sea-breeze from the South-West.

TEMPERATURES   thermometer

Lowest annual temperature: 2°C
Highest annual temperature: 38°C