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Busselton

Tucked away in Geographe Bay, Busselton is located roughly 3 hours south of Perth along the South West Western Australia coastline and boasts an array of attractions and activities for all travellers to enjoy. Whether you are wishing to visit the neighbouring Margaret River region, take in some of the history, laze upon the pristine beaches or discover what the National Parks, nature reserves and stunning countryside has install for you, Busselton serves up all of this and so much more. With year round perfect climate and days that just beacon you to come out and play you will find it hard to resist! The pine tree lined foreshore has 30km of beach for you to play upon where there is surfing, swimming, wind surfing, beach fishing, waters skiing and even see what lies beneath that water level within Geographe Bay. There is the famous Busselton Jetty which is the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere to walk out on and at the end you will find the Underwater Observatory where you can descend 8m below the water level and see the hundreds of marine species that call these waters home all while staying dry.

There are cruises and charters that offer whale watching between June and September, deep sea and game fishing at its very best as well as scuba diving and snorkelling at some great dive sites that fringe the coastline. There is the HMAS Swan to explore, sunken shipwrecks and coral gardens that rate in the top 10 dive sites in Australia. There is diving and snorkelling that can be done around the end of the Busselton Jetty as well as shore dives that are great for the whole family. Perhaps you might like to hire your own dinghy or cruise vessel to see what you can find for yourself for the day or take an estuary cruise up on one of the waterways around Busselton. There is every kind of water sport and activity that you could possibly imagine so you will have every chance to spend as much time as you like out on or near the water. You can take a short drive to the neighbour Margaret River region where there are award winning wineries, cellar doors, cheese factories and chocolate factories to wander through and you will find plenty of scenic drive taking you to many different places and beautiful National Parks to go hiking or bush walking through. You can base your holiday in Busselton around one of the annual events such as the Summerfest, the Busselton Beach Festival, the Festival of Busselton or perhaps even the Busselton Comedy Festival in October or the Margaret River Wine Region Festival in November.

There are tours of every kind so that you can experience all of the attractions in and around Busselton with half, full and extended tours up for grabs and come the end of your day you can return to your choice of Busselton accommodation that can be anything from a caravan park site where you pitch your tent or park your motorhome or perhaps you might like to check into a hotel room, bungalow, holiday house, countryside cabin, beachside resort or self contained apartment in the main CBD. The list of accommodation is vast with all kinds of accommodation ranging from budget through to luxury being available for bookings all year round. Busselton is a picturesque seaside town, with beautiful foreshore parklands, shopping, dining treats of all sorts, history, family activities, beach activities, water sports, romantic outings, adrenalin tours and plenty of outdoor fun for everyone! The list is endless to what you can have to look forward to when you holiday in Busselton in Western Australia.



Important Travel Information for Busselton:
    » Busselton Council   » Smartraveller.gov.au  
    » Bom.gov.au   » Wiki Travel - Busselton