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Busselton Attractions

From natural, manmade and historical, Busselton offers a range of attractions for all travellers to fill their days with when they are holidaying here. Fringed by some of the most pristine beaches in Australia, bordered by award winning wineries and surrounded by forests, National Parks and nature reserves, nature lovers, food and wine lovers, adrenalin junkies and anyone just looking for fun and excitement will find plenty to do here in Busselton.

Busselton is brimming with loads of attractions so you can be sure a holiday spent here will be one that you will wish never had to come to an end. There are beaches to spend time at where you can go swimming, surfing, fishing charters and snorkelling and even do some shore diving if you want to. There are surf beaches and secluded bays and inlets that are perfect for young families. Margaret River is one of the best places to go to where you can enjoy boarding of all kinds such as mal riding, short board riding and body board riding. The Margaret River is renowned for being one of the best places in the south west where many surfing videos have been made and professional surfers from across the globe come to. You can embark on one of the coastal walks which will take you to some of the best lookouts and vantage points in the region! Launch a boat from one of the boat ramps to head out a little further where there are great fishing spots and nearby reefs and shipwrecks for you to dive upon. There is the Busselton Jetty which is the longest jetty in the southern hemisphere and extends out over Geographe Bay where you can go fishing and see some amazing marine life for yourself.

The Margaret River region is just a short drive away from Busselton where there are many wineries and cellar doors to pop into where you can sample award winning wines and sit down sumptuous meals served at a quiet al fresco restaurant. There are scenic drives to set out upon through the countryside and many great walks through the forests, National Parks and nature reserves to enjoy. You can see the Yallingup Ngilgi Cave that is a deep cave and is an experience not to be missed. You can go abseiling and caving in the region or join one of the guided tours if you wish to. For action there is hand gliding and sky diving or maybe you wish to slow the pace down a little and enjoy the Humpback Whales that pass through between the months of June and September each year. There are annual events and festivals such as the Yallingup Surf film Festival, monthly markets boasting wines, arts, crafts and local produce, golfing tournaments, fishing competitions, the Busselton Festival and some great passing through gigs and local bands. Browse through the old churches, museums, art galleries and shops to see what you can find, have a round of golf on one of the golf courses, enjoy the many parks and botanical gardens in Busselton or simply laze in one of the picnic grounds along the foreshore.

Busselton has many attractions that is boasts for all travellers to enjoy all year round. Whether you are looking to spend time cruising the Vasse River, doing some estuary fishing, go bird watching, enjoying the many family friendly attractions or even looking to get your blood pumping a little with one of the attractions for the adrenalin junkie in all of us, Busselton will offer many attractions that are sure to delight. So come and discover the many treasures that Busselton has, and find out why so many people choose this holiday destination as their place for the perfect vacation.