One of the best things about living in a place like Bunbury is the local community. Unlike large cities, Bunbury in Western Australia is the type of area where you can get to know your neighbours.
Not only that, but Bunbury is also becoming an increasingly multicultural city, home to people from a variety of backgrounds and ethnicities.
Aside from being a day to celebrate with family and friends, Australia Day also marks the time of the year when new Australian citizens are officially welcomed to their new home. In Western Australia alone, 58 Australia Day citizenships were held in 2014.
Federal Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Scott Morrison encouraged all Australians to think about the special meaning this day of celebration has to the country's new citizens.
"Australia Day is a time to celebrate our country and acknowledge what has made our nation what it is today – a rich history and unique tapestry of different cultures, paths and stories woven together to form modern Australia," Mr Morrison said in a statement.
Those looking to lead a quintessential Australian lifestyle should look no further than Bunbury, a slice of West Australian paradise. To explore real estate in Bunbury, contact a local agent today.