The youngest residents of property in Bunbury won't find themselves short of entertainment over the festive period, as there are plenty of events and activities to keep them occupied.
The City of Bunbury's libraries will be getting involved in the Christmas spirit by offering a range of sessions to children between the ages of five and 12. The good news is that youngsters can take part in as many as they like, so the school holidays are sure to fly by!
Head down to Bunbury Library where your children can get involved in everything from making paper planes on 13 January, to scratch art on 29 January.
Alternatively, if Withers Library is more convenient then why not get involved in mad science on 18 January, or ultimate Nerf games on 12 January?
Whichever event you have your eye on, make sure you book your child's spot on the City of Bunbury's library page. You'll need to accompany them at every session.
There are many reasons why people choose to bring up their family in Bunbury, not least for its quality public and private schools.
The City of Bunbury's CEO Andrew Brien explains that efforts are underway to constantly enhance "opportunities in health, education, essential services, public transport, housing recreational facilities and culture and heritage issues". This is one of the reasons families choose to relocate to property in Bunbury.
The local council explains that one of the city's main attractions is its quality of life. There's certainly no shortage of things to see and do, while the Mediterranean climate makes it enjoyable all-year round.
If you're interested in making the move to this sought-after part of Western Australia, be sure to give the team at Ray White Bunbury a call.