DADAA was present in Bunbury from the mid-2000s to the end of 2011. The major initiative which earmarked DADAA's time was the Bridging the Gap Community Cultural Development project. In collaboration with the City of Bunbury, this project brought together people with disability and retired railway workers. These two groups, under the guidance of lead arts workers Alex and Nicole Mickle, conceived of a sculpture to honour the contribution of the railways to the City of Bunbury. The sculpture, Circus Train - SLOW DOWN! was unveiled in September 2010 and is now part of the City of Bunbury's public art collection.
DADAA's final initiative in Bunbury is called Art Partners. This is a mentorship program which matches people with disability with mentors, and together they attend mainstream art classes.
Although DADAA's commitment to the Bunbury community ended in December 2011, Art Partners is continuing with major support from the Disability Services Commission and a Community Living and Participation Grant (managed by National Disability Services WA and supported by Lotterywest). Additional support is being provided by Enable Southwest, DADAA and a host of other donors.