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Rose Hotel
Australia's South West - Bunbury
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Established in 1865, the Rose Hotel is one of the most impressive hotels in the South West Region. The hotel was rebuilt in 1898 to cater for the booming gold rush trade. Its decorative cast iron verandahs and attractive facade make it a landmark in Bunbury's streetscape. The hotel's many vantage points offer picturesque and striking views over Bunbury Harbour and the ocean. The hotel offers heritage accommodation and self-contained motel accommodation. Dining, bar and bottleshop facilities are also available. Functions of all sizes, including weddings, can be catered for within the hotel. Ideally located within walking distance from the "Cappuccino Strip"and entertainment precinct, the hotel has always been a popular stop over for visitors to the South West Region. Relax and enjoy the personality that reflects the history and ambience of yesteryear, whilst providing all the comforts of today.

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Contact: John Drinkwater
Tel:(08) 9721 4533
Fax: (08) 9721 4533
Address: Victoria Street Bunbury 6230

  • Being part of the lively atmosphere at Bunbury's Rose Hotel .
  • Taking in a Sunday Session at Seashells Caves House.
  • Spending an afternoon tasting some of the region's best drops.
  • Taking a walk through the majestic tall tree karri forests of Pemberton.
  • Walking through a carpet of wildflowers during spring in Mt Barker over 500 varieties exist here, with 30 or 40 found nowhere else in the world.


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