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Physiotherapy services

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Bulk Billing Physiotherapy
  • Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Post-Natal Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Posture Correction
  • Soft Tissue and Muscle Injuries
  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Gait and Balance
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Sports Injury Prevention

Popular suburbs in Bunbury

Popular streets in Bunbury

  • Braidwood Drive
  • Crake View
  • Paris Road
  • Lucy Victoria Avenue
  • Burleigh Drive
  • Carna Bay Road
  • Burwood Road
  • Heatherglen Road
  • Andromeda Road, Treendale
  • Hawkesbury Way
  • Hawkesbury Way, Kingston Estate
  • Hematite Way, Treendale
  • Montefiore Street
  • Crake View, Treendale Riverside
  • Mayne Way
  • Lochart Road
  • Morgan Court
  • Elinor Bell Road
  • Latour Street
  • Ammolite Way
  • Lucy Victoria Ave
  • Emerald Way
  • Serpens Road
  • Bedingfield Way
  • Connemara Way
  • Treendale Riverside,
  • Priory Road
  • Thames Court
  • Christison Way
  • Midas View
  • Grandite Fairway
  • Hawkesbury Way, Kingston
  • Tourmaline Ridge
  • Heavenly Court
  • Rothesay Crescent
  • Vaughans Way
  • Pearce Road
  • Mardo Avenue
  • Garfield Drive
  • Currawong Way
  • Trafalgar Rise
  • Wallaroo Way
  • Groundlark Road, Treendale Riverside
  • Milky Way Link
  • Henderson Crescent
  • Brotherton Way
  • Fitzgerald Way
  • Barwon Way
  • Birch Way
  • Quokka Court
  • Sandpiper Parade
  • Fairhill Road
  • Carlingford Court
  • Blue Manna Place
  • Stallard Court
  • Burleigh Dr
  • Westbury Way
  • Grandite Fairway, Treendale
  • Zircon Way
  • Bungarra Street
  • Carnelian Avenue
  • Groundlark Road
  • Glenfield Drive
  • Wakefield Crescent
  • Chamaeleon Approach
  • Carpenter Terrace
  • Aquamarine Terrace
  • Rod Rise
  • Magill Street
  • Buttermilk Way
  • Schorl Way
  • Eliza Place
  • Rosebery Lane
  • Schorl Way, Treendale Estate
  • Quartz Drive
  • Euro Brace
  • Tanzanite Road
  • Ivy Rock Way
  • Chrysoberyl View
  • Jupiter Drive
  • Sherwood Road
  • Peridot Brace
  • Pluto Drive
  • Waverley Road
  • Christina Street
  • Grand Entrance
  • Onyx Brace
  • Opal Drive
  • Miller Crescent
  • Taylorhill Road
  • The Boulevard
  • Travers Drive
  • Leschenault Parade
  • Kelston Way
  • Matilda Avenue
  • Leedshill Way
  • Quail Lane
  • Grandite Fairway, Treendale Riverside
  • Poller Way
  • Pegasus Drive
  • Andromeda Road
  • Solar Street
  • Britannia Heights
  • Star Street
  • Whatman Way
  • Lochart Road, Kingston
  • Hematite Way
  • Denebola Drive
  • Abbeygate Street
  • Pomeroy Boulevard
  • Hayward Place
  • Galway Boulevard
  • Aquamarine Terrace, Treendale
  • Kensington Lane
  • Rockland Road
  • Hematite Way, Treendale Estate
  • Dawe Street
  • Sutton Court
  • Ghainda Street
  • Jupitor Drive, Treendale Estate

Our physiotherapists treat

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches
  • Leg pain
  • Migraines
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Back pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Side pain
  • Whiplash
  • Balance problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee pain
  • Middle back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Wrist pain

Bunbury profile

A beautiful coastal city, Bunbury is situated around 175 km away on the southern side of Perth. Bunbury has a population of 75,000 and is the 3rd largest city of Australia. Established back in 1836 after the orders of James Stirling, who was the Governor, Bunbury got its name from Henry Bunbury who was the lieutenant at that time. Initially, on the site of the existing natural harbour, a port was built. Later, this became the primary port of this region. A lot of development took place in the city in the next few years.

History of Bunbury

Originally, the inhabitants of Greater Bunbury were the Australian Noongar people. These people are known to have fished and hunted in the region for their living. This was much before the Europeans came here and settled down. Captain Louis de Freycinet was the French explorer. He was the one who had named the area Port Leschenault in honour of the botanist Leschenault de La Tour. In the next few years, a lot of developmental activities took place in Bunbury, which led to the progress and prosperity of the city.

Bunbury Tourism

Every year thousands of tourists come to Bunbury to soak into the scenic beauty of the place. There are many recreational opportunities present in Bunbury. Some of the most frequented places include Koombana Bay, Dolphin Discovery Centre, Leschenault Inlet, Bunbury Wildlife Park among many other places. Besides this, there are several cultural organisation present in Bunbury. These include Bunbury Regional art galleries and Stirling Street Arts Centre.

Bunbury Economy

The city has a diverse economy with a range of industries in the city. These include mining, transport, agricultural landscapes and various services which takes care of the needs of the growing population. The mineral processing and mining is the sector which drives the economic force of the region. The agricultural sector plays an equal role in the prosperity of the city.

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