Bulk wurtzite-GaN crystal was obtained with a size more than 3 mm along the length of the crystal and with a thickness 200 ∼ 300 µm at around 750°C and 100 bar for 24 hrs in the flux growth method. The structural and compositional property of the GaN bulk single crystal was also studied by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) techniques. Photoluminescence, cathodoluminescence and micro-Raman measurements at room temperature are investigated for bulk single crystals of wurtzite GaN. The cathodoluminescence peak of near band-to-band transition at 365.5 nm and the E2(high energy, 568 cm−1) and A1(LO, 737 cm−1) Raman phonon modes were obtained according to the different position of the (0001) surface of GaN grown by flux method. Sharp line shape for the strain-sensitive E2 (high) mode is considered to be due to the high crystalline quality of the crystal.