When We Were Small
A celebration of early childhood in Bunbury
Temporary exhibition, Touring Gallery
17 December 2020 to 18 April 2021
From christening gowns and baby bottles to vintage clothes and toys, our newest exhibition When We Were Small explores the ways our childhood has changed (and stayed the same) over the years.
With a showcase of gorgeous baby photographs connecting Bunbury locals from the past to the present, this feel-good exhibition will put a smile on your face (and you can still submit your own photographs to be included in the display - see our Baby Photo Call Out!)
Bernhard Bischoff: Bunbury's Basalt Spectacle
Temporary exhibition, The Classroom
10 December 2020 to 28 February 2021
A display of photography by local Dr. Bernhard Bischoff surveying the spectacular basalt rock formations along Bunbury's coastline.
The striking layers and columns of black rock at Bunbury’s ‘Rocky Point’ were created by lava flows some 136 million years ago, known as ‘Wyalup’ by the Wardandi Noongar people and named ‘Giant’s Causeway’ by the early European migrants.
Today they are a wonderful site of recreation and reflection for locals and visitors alike. Bernhard’s photographs explore the natural beauty of this iconic coastal landscape, where the basalt meets the Indian Ocean.
Bunbury's Basalt Spectacle has been extended to 28 February 2021 by popular demand.
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.