Here’s five things all kids, big and small, are guaranteed to enjoy while on holiday in Busselton.
Alright, you’ve checked in, found your campsite or chalet and have unpacked.
The kids have been for a swim and slipped down the giant slide, ran around crazy with excitement and bounced out all their energy on the giant bouncing pillow … now it’s time to explore the region.
Here’s five things all kids, big and small, are guaranteed to enjoy!!!
Grab the bikes and scooters and head off on the many paths that run along the beach. There’s not many hills in Busselton making the ride easy for young and old. Most paths follow the shoreline along the picturesque Geographe Bay. Perfect for small kids as the path is mostly away from busy roads. Fantastic for older kids to race the parents and grandies!!!
Check out the Be Active Brochure to find the best paths.
Reminisce and talk about days gone by while munching on popcorn and enjoying a night under the stars at the Busselton Outdoor Drive-in.
New release movies are shown during the week and on weekends. Remember to take the blanket, pillows and hot chocolate!
Visit the Busselton Drive in website for the movies on show, prices and start times.
Check out our Busselton Outdoor Drive-in page for more information.
With something for everyone Wonky Windmill Farm allows the kids to become farm kids for the day. Bottle feed the lambs, hold the rabbits and guinea pigs. Feed the ponies, pig, llama, alpaca, deer, goats, emus and ostrich, and pat and kangaroos! Afterwards relax with a homemade scone, a pot of tea or coffee and a light lunch.
Check out our Wonky Windmill Farm page for more information.
Immerse the kids in the world of undiscovered and discovered shipwrecks, lost gold coins and gold treasures. Packed with displays, artifacts, photos and local information on the history of Busselton. Most of the collections came from donations providing loads of local history.
Visit the Busselton Museum website for more information
Take the kids underground and discover the hidden world of a cave! Ngilgi Cave offers a cave experience for the kids with an explorers tunnel and push button lighting illuminating hidden stalactites, helictites, columns and shawls. A hands on display allows kids to touch and feel the cave crystals.
Check out our Ngilgi Cave page for more information.
OK … we did say 5 things to do, however we couldn’t leave out the main thing to do in Busselton with kids … so here’s the number 6 thing to do while in Busselton …
At Mandalay we have it all covered … let the kids go crazy sliding down the new water slide, swimming in the pools, riding their pushies, jumping on the jumping pillow, playing in the many playgrounds, fishing off the beach and making new friends!!!!
What more could you wish for as a kid on holidays?