Quality Hotel Lord Forrest

20 Symmons St., Bunbury, Western Australia, 6230, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 20 Symmons St., Bunbury, is near Dolphin Discovery and Grand Cinemas.
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    Travel Blogs from Bunbury

    Start of the Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 08, 2014

    ... timbers! We then caught the Hop On/Hop Off bus and spent 3 or 4 hours seeing the sights of the city. Mumsie and I hadn't seen the city since 1999 and were amazed at the prosperity that now is clearly visible all over the place. Lots of new high rise buildings, great transport services and many visitors enjoying the facilities. In the afternoon we took a harbour cruise and enjoyed the magnificent Huaraki Gulf from a water perspective which ...

    Albany to Bunbury

    A travel blog entry by heathervdv on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... north, we started to get into the Karri Forests. These magnificent trees are the 3rd tallest in the world and are very much like our Mountain Ash except they have an orange/salmon coloured bark. They are tall and straight like our Ash.

    On our way to Bunbury we detoured into Pemberton to see the Gloucester Tree. This tree, like others, were used as fire spotting towers from the early 30's to the 1960's. They had metal rungs pegged ...

    Radical change of program

    A travel blog entry by lanen on Jan 24, 2014

    5 photos

    ... house parking, and rang the RAC (road-assistance). After some calls and discussions they told us they would tow the car back to Perth. Two hours later the tow-truck showed up, boarded car and ourselves, which provided an interesting drive back to the hotel. The trucker explained several aspects of Australian life, pension-schemes, divorce-practices etc. A change of program always provides unexpected twists to one's plans and ideas!

    Now we deserve a good ...

    Esperance to Freemantle

    A travel blog entry by jenuwe on Dec 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... took the left fork in the road I saw a sign for the right which read Albany via The Stirlings. So, we stopped and turned around to take this alternative route through the Stirling Ranges. We were happy taking a different route and drove merrily along. After a short while we saw a sign for the village of Ongerup and after we had already gone past, Uwe asked if I wanted to stop. I replied that it wasn't necessary and so we carried on. Up until that point The Stirlings ...

    Harvey Dam Bike Race and Concert!

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Dec 01, 2013

    17 photos

    ... so it was quite fun to pretend to be a celebrity for ten minutes! After that, I briefly met a proper celebrity - Olympic BMX rider Lauren Reynolds, who had come to visit the event as she had grown up nearby. All very exciting. It was about 1 pm, and Sian and the family were now hoping to head back to Preston Beach to tidy up before heading back home to Perth. I hadn't been expecting to leave so soon - but Kev managed to persuade the person doing the lighting for the stage, who lived ...