Bunbury Catholic College Bunbury, WA

Our students are at the heart of everything we do at Bunbury Catholic College.

In 1883 the Sisters of Mercy ventured from the Swan River Colony to the coastal township of Bunbury to bring educational opportunities to the children of the South West.

And so began the long history of our College. Since 1973, we have offered a Catholic Secondary Education to boys and girls across the Bunbury region. 

Today we cater for over 1500 students across two campuses; our original campus, the Marist Campus and our Mercy campus at Australind, both of which cater for Years 7 to 12.

The Mercy campus opened its doors in 2015 and has its first graduating class of Year 12s in 2018.

Our College is the result of the amalgamation of Mercy and Marist schools and as such we are imbued with the spirit of Catherine McAuley and Marcellin Champagnat.

We foster an environment which values a love of God, respect and compassion for self and others and a strong sense of service and social justice.

We challenge our students and encourage them to strive for excellence by developing their talents and working to achieve their best in their studies and in a wide range of cultural, sporting and leadership endeavours.

Mrs Denise O'Meara

Rodsted Street, Bunbury WA 6230