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We are unified by our love to serve those in need across Bunbury.

It is wonderful to see our community come together

Bunbury is a port city in Western Australia, south of Perth. It’s known for wild bottlenose dolphins close to the beach. Home to many different cultures and nationalities. Our Street Chaplains come from various Christian Churches in Bunbury. We join together on Saturday nights near the foreshore where the nigh life is, to offer help to all on the street. Unified by our love to serve those in need, through our faith in Jesus Christ. We offer a range of services, from pastoral care to giving out water bottles to practical help such as helping someone to a taxi or providing first aid. We have a blossoming relationship with the police, bouncers and security at the venues open throughout the evening. It is wonderful to see our community come together.

Contact Bunbury Street Chaplains: bunbury@streetchaplain.com

Fremantle harbour

Bunbury Street Chaplains are volunteers who come from a wide variety of Christian churches. The aim is to be Good Samaritans to those in need. Each chaplain undergoes an extensive training course and is required to hold current Apply First Aid (Senior First Aid) and Working with Children Check certification. Chaplains are both male and female and come from all cultures and nationalities. The organisation is a testimony to unity in diversity. First Aid, providing water bottles, hand wipes and escorting people to taxis are a few of the responsibilities the Street Chaplains fulfill throughout the night on the streets. Often aiding the highly intoxicated or working alongside Police Officers, the Street Chaplains provide care to those who have suffered harm or are lonely and in need. Love others as you would love yourself “Jesus Christ”


Anton van HeerdenBunbury