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Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Bunbury

Dolphins swimming near Koombana Bay
Image thanks to Tourism Western Australia

Our Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Bunbury offers a welcomed sanctuary for families with sick or injured kids to reconnect, relax and enjoy time together; an experience most of us often take for granted.

Eligible families can enjoy up to one week of free accommodation at a Ronald McDonald Family Retreat. It’s an opportunity for the whole family to enjoy time together in each other’s company, an important part of the healing process as well as family-centred care.

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Nights of respite provided at Family Retreats in Busselton and Bunbury

Where is it located?

Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Bunbury is located 185km south of Perth.

The Retreat is located in the heart of Bunbury, a few blocks from the beachfront on Ocean Drive.

Photo of the exterior of the Bunbury Retreat

Family Retreat Features

The Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Bunbury is a beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom standalone home featuring all of the creature comforts for an amazing stay.

The retreat is equipped with a state of the art kitchen, dining and alfresco area including a BBQ, lounge room, laundry and large secure outdoor play space for everyone to enjoy. It also features Foxtel and WiFi throughout to make your stay that little bit more comfortable.

Outdoor Facilities

The Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Bunbury has a large secure outdoor play area, an undercover outdoor lounge plus and a barbecue and alfresco dining setting.

Images thanks to Tourism Western Australia

What’s nearby?

The Retreat is located in the heart of Bunbury, a few blocks from the beachfront on Ocean Drive.

Nearby attractions:

  • Bunbury Wildlife Park, including Big Swamp Playground (5 minute walk)
  • Bunbury’s restaurant strip (6 minute drive)
  • The Dolphin Discovery Centre (7 minute drive)
  • Pendal St Beach on Ocean Drive (1 minute drive or 10 minute walk)
  • Koombana Beach (7 minute drive)
  • Bunbury Lighthouse and Marlston Hill Lookout (5 minute drive)
  • Crooked Brook Forrest in Dardanup (26 minute drive)

Photos of the Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Bunbury

How to stay at the retreat?

At no charge to the family, bereaved families or families with sick or injured kids, can book a stay of up to one week at a Ronald McDonald Family Retreat.

Fees

The Ronald McDonald Family Retreat is free of charge to eligible families.

Apply to stay at a Family Retreat

Fill in the online application form, and our RMHC WA team will be in touch to confirm your stay.

The Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Program

Our Ronald McDonald Family Retreats offer a welcomed sanctuary for families with sick or injured kids to reconnect, relax and enjoy time together; an experience most of us often take for granted.

Eligible families can enjoy up to one week of free accommodation at a Ronald McDonald Family Retreat. It’s an opportunity for the whole family to enjoy time together in each other’s company, an important part of the healing process as well as family-centred care.

Bunbury

Dolphins swimming near Koombana Bay

Our Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Bunbury is located 185km south of Perth, a few blocks from the beachfront in the heart of Bunbury

Busselton

Photo of Busselton Jetty

Our Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Busselton is located 230km from Perth, at The Cape View Beach Resort, on the shores of Geographe Bay in Busselton.

Mandurah

Photo of Mandurah Ocean Marina and Dolphin Quay

Our Ronald McDonald Family Retreat in Mandurah is located 62km from Perth, on the shores of Doddi’s Beach in Halls Head.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Ronald McDonald House Charities Western Australia respectfully provides its support to all Western Australian Families on Whadjuk Country. We acknowledge the traditional owners of Country throughout Western Australia. We recognise the continuing connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander to the sky, lands, waters, and culture. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present, and acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of the Noongar people.