Located in the renowned Cape to Cape region of WA’s South-West, Busselton’s popularity is ever increasing as a prime holiday destination.
This destination embodies the notion of relaxation. Its tranquil waters are distinguished from the rugged cliffs that surround. The contrast highlights Busselton’s fantastically unique nature.
Drawing in over 400,000 visitors each year, Busselton is most famed for its far stretching jetty – one of the longest jetties in the world. Walk along the wooden decking, to the tip of the pier, and be touched by nature; as you embrace what can only be termed as an extraordinary experience.
For keen fishermen, and amateurs alike, Busselton Jetty also provides a great location to catch your evening feed. ‘Four Mile’ Reef (aptly named for its distance off the coast) is accessible by boat and presents picturesque fishing opportunities. The reef is also a popular dive and snorkelling spot.
This holiday hotspot is known to contain some of the states best surfing breaks. Boasting a number of secluded bays, and safe swimming areas for children, Busselton caters to visitors with an array of vacation needs.
The coastal delight features many natural wonders slightly inland; including prehistoric caves, local vineyards, national parks, as well as spectacular state forests.
Whether you enjoy the raw experience of camping, or spacious comfort of a serviced apartment, Busselton can offer it to you! There is a wide range of accommodation flexible to all budgets.
Busselton’s temperate climate and stunningly characteristics make this destination a ‘must visit’ for interstate and international travellers.
Welcome to Geographe Guest House in Busselton, situated 2 streets from the shores of glorious Geographe Bay, Western Australia, offering elegant Bed and Breakfast accommodation with a "Hint of Home". Your hosts Richard and Helen Pennington extend to you a warm and friendly welcome to the South West. more
Waterside Villas at Port Geographe Marina can help you create a great holiday. Whether it's for a short-break, family & friends holiday, romantic weekend away, business function or a very special occasion (Weddings, Birthdays etc.), Waterside Villas can assist not only with your accommodation needs, but can offer you the use of a fantastic on site venue too. more
Located in the renowned Cape to Cape region of WA’s South-West, Busselton’s popularity is ever increasing as a prime holiday destination. more
An exciting venue on the beautiful waters of the Port Geographe Marina, Busselton. The Tides offers a range of dining experiences to suit any social occassion. You can either enjoy a casual drink and Tapas in the lounge or a meal from The Tides extensive a la carte menu. The Tides has an open style plan which reflects the ambience of the marina and its innovative design can accommodate large parties and groups or more intimate gatherings. more
The longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. The Busselton Jetty is one of Western Australia’s most popular eco tourism attractions, boasting a unique underwater observatory located nearly two kilometres out to sea. For keen fishermen, and amateurs alike, Busselton Jetty also provides a great location for those interested in the ‘catch of the day’. Sink a line over the Jetty and you might even catch your evening feed. The Busselton Jetty Underwater observatory provides a spectacular experience; where visitors are able to walk below sea level and view the amazing aquatic life below the decks. more
Built in the 1850's, the building has tremendous history. It has been used as a courtroom, gaol cells, stable, post office and bond store for customs. more
To taste the rich heritage of Busselton, a visit to the Heritage Park and Trail is a must. The trail includes a range of contemporary sculptures, which aim to link the past and present. more
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