Bunbury Regional Hospital Redevelopment

Bunbury Regional Hospital Redevelopment

The Bunbury Regional Hospital Redevelopment scope of works includes delivery of:

  • an expanded emergency department
  • additional mental health facilities
  • a training, education and research centre
  • expanded maternity, birthing, and neonatal services
  • increased operating theatre capacity
  • additional medical and intensive care beds
  • additional parking, and
  • digital and supporting infrastructure.

Key Dates

May 2019 Project Announcement
Feb 2023 EOIs Open
Mar 2023 EOIs Close
Jun 2023 RFP Open
Apr 2024 Contract Award

Funding contributions

WA Government


Procuring Agency: The Government of Western Australia
Successful Tenderer: A Multiplex Constructions and Perkins Joint Venture (Multiplex Perkins Unincorporated Joint Venture)
Related contracts:
Car Park Works Contract
Successful Tenderer - Devlyn Australia Pty Ltd


May 2019 The project was first announced in the WA 2019-20 Budget, with $11 million committed to planning the redevelopment.
Jul 2019 The Government of WA allocated an additional $11.8 million for critical works to deliver a new operating theatre, a reconfiguration of the emergency department, the establishment of an acute medical assessment unit, and other minor improvements.
Oct 2021 The contract to build an additional 200 car parks was awarded to Devlyn Australia.
May 2022 Devlyn Australia completed the 200 additional car bays as part of the redevelopment.
Dec 2022 The scope of the redevelopment expanded to include the delivery of maternity, birthing, and neonatal services, increasing total project funding to $278 million.
Apr 2024 The Government of Western Australia (WA) awarded Multiplex Constructions and Perkins Joint Venture (Multiplex Perkins Unincorporated Joint Venture) the contract to deliver main works. It also announced it will allocated an additional $173 million to the project in the 2024-25 Budget, bringing the total redevelopment cost to $451 million.
Estimated Total Cost
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement |
Western Australia |