Vibrant new eateries to adorn Bunbury CBD

By Kevin Kelly

The development of Australia's tourism industry is a major economic factor for local councils to consider, and creating unique attractions for people to visit is paramount. 

Two new alfresco dining areas have been approved in Bunbury's central business district after the council signed off on the use of old sea containers to create an interesting and fresh way to improve the dining experience in the city. 

City of Bunbury mayor Gary Brennan said the containers would become a funky part of the city's design, which is expected to continue being redefined and recreated over the coming years. 

"Council is pleased to be assisting this endeavour through loans. It is yet another demonstration of the council facilitating and the community doing," said Mr Brennan in a 27 May statement. 

Owners of real estate in Bunbury could be interested to see the development of the their central business district in the coming months. More endeavours to help increase the tourism appeal of Bunbury could result in new attractions for residents to enjoy.

If you're interested in buying Bunbury properties, now could be a wonderful time to get in touch with a local real estate agent to discuss the options available in the region. 

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