The development of the Tower was one of the first achievements of the newly established South Western Development Authority.
The Authority developed a policy document, ‘Bunbury 2000’, with the aim to improve services and facilities to stimulate social and economic growth, turning Bunbury into an alternative urban capital in West Australia by the year 2000.
As the tallest building in regional WA at eleven storeys and with its distinctively angled roofline, it quickly became a landmark for the Southwest region.
Originally built to provide office accommodation for State Government employees, it is the largest State Government building outside of the Perth metropolitan area. A list of current occupants can be found in our Tenant Directory.
Refurbished in 2011, the building remains a modern icon in the heart of Bunbury.