What's On in the Museum

What's On 


WA Women's Hall of Fame: 2021 Roll of Honour
Temporary exhibition, Touring Gallery
13 November 2021 to 30 January 2022

A touring photographic exhibition celebrating the women inducted into the WA Women's Hall of Fame in the 2021 Roll of Honour, including Mary Cuper, an Aboriginal woman born in Bunbury in 1847 who went on to become the postmistress of Victoria Plains, and Helen McGregor Scott, a nurse who arrived in Bunbury in 1831. These images are paired with a selection of objects from the Museum's Collections showcasing other local women's stories.

A commemorative booklet of this years inductees can be found on the WA Women's Hall of Fame website.

You can also listen to HERSTORY, an RTRFM podcast series about some of the remarkable women in the Western Australian Hall of Fame.​

Know an inspiring woman in WA who deserves recognition? Nominations are now open for the 2022 WA Women's Hall of Fame. Inductees will be selected from one of eight categories: Community, Business, Health, Education, the Arts, Culture, STEM and Sport. Nominations will also be considered for the ‘Roll of Honour’, to be inducted posthumously.


Kambarang Program (October - November 2021)

What's on in your Museum during Kambarang season?
You can also visit the Bureau of Meteorology website for more information on the Noongar season of Kambarang.


The Classroom

As the last classroom added to the building around 1914, this room has been preserved to represent the former history of the building as a school. This room can also be used for venue hire.​


Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre Permanent Display​

Step back in time through our main gallery to explore the heritage and history of the Bunbury region from pre-colonisation to today.




Coming Soon

Visit Eventbrite or subscribe to our e-newsletter to see all of our upcoming events. The Museum hosts regular lectures, children's workshops and school holiday activities.
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