Binningup is a small coastal town located on Western Australia's coastline some 30km north of Bunbury and about 127km south of the state capital of Perth.
References to the name of "Binningup" can be found back as far as 1849 but it was not until 1963 that at the request of the Shire of Harvey the town site of Binningup was gazetted.
Since those early days Binningup has only slowly grown as the secrets of it's "paradise by the sea" have been well kept by the locals.
Binningup boasts many attractions including a magnificent 9 hole golf course, pristine beaches, reef sheltered swimming areas, great fishing, boating, surfing, skin-diving and a quiet peaceful lifestyle.
Please visit our photo gallery for just a sample of what life is like in Binningup.
On May 15 Premier Alan Carpenter announced the State Government's intention to build WA's second seawater desalination plant on Water Corporation land near Binningup. The $955 million plant would initially produce 45 gigalitres of water per year and is planned to begin operation by 2011. The proposal means plans to tap the Yarragadee aquifer have been shelved.
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Life Threatening: 000
Police: 131 444
SES: 1300 130 039
-Harvey: 9782 2222
-Bunbury Regional: 9722 1000
-Bunbury SJOG: 9722 1600
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