Australind is an aquatic paradise - a place virtually surrounded by water with the Brunswick and Collie Rivers to the east and south and the Leschenault Estuary to the west. It's a great place for boating, sailing, windsurfing and fishing, that puts you within easy reach of an unforgettable encounter with wild dolphins.replacenewlinereplacenewlineJust 11 kilometres north of Bunbury, you can reach Australind in one and a half hours along the Forrest Highway south of Perth, making it an ideal day trip or weekend escape.replacenewlinereplacenewlineIts waterways are dotted with top spots for boating, sailing, windsurfing, fishing and prawning. Silver bream and whiting regularly make the catch of the day, while the estuary offers the opportunity to scoop blue swimmer crabs (in season) - a fun activity for all the family.

Images around Australind WA 6233

Around Australind WA 6233

Our Picks on what to Do in Australind WA

Point Douro - WA

Cadell Park - WA

San Marco Promenade Park - WA

Australind Skatepark

Woodley Lake

Two Way Tours & Charters

Our Picks on where to Stay in Australind WA

Paris Road 5

Australind Tourist Park

Leschenault Caravan Park

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Our Picks on what to Eat in Australind WA

Benesse Australind

Australind Chinese Restaurant

Cafe 21

Shopping in Australind WA

Community Services  

Australind Information Centre WA
5 Mulgara Street,

Shire Of Harvey WA
102 Uduc Road,

Australind Police Station WA
Police Station, 101 Paris Road,

Australind Public Library WA
Mulgara Street,

Location Information 

  • Population: 14539
  • State electorate(s): Murray-Wellington
  • Federal Division(s): Forrest
  • Established (yr): 1841
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

Travel To  

Bunbury WA 6230 (13.5 km, 17 mins)
Collie WA 6225 (56.7 km, 42 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Australind WA is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s.

Wardandi acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.