Busselton, Western Australia

Busselton Jetty

Location: Queen Street, Busselton

Extending 1.8 kilometres across stunning Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. A must see for any visitor to the Margaret River Wine Region.

Jump on board the famous Jetty Train to reach the spectacular Underwater Observatory. Descend 8 metres below the water’s surface to discover some of the 300 different marine species below the jetty. Take a dip, throw a line or visit the Interpretive Centre.

Deluxe Tours- After something a little different, like to avoid the crowds, enjoy having exclusivity? Then The Deluxe Experience is for you! Allow our tour guide to collect you, and no more than seven other passengers, from the Interpretive Centre. Here you will begin your journey in the Museum learning about the jetty’s history and browsing heritage photos before making your way along the jetty in the new customised electric transporter. Along the way you will stop at some of the Heritage Nodes for photo opportunities and learn more about the Jetty’s rich 150-year history. On your arrival at the Underwater Observatory you will be escorted below the water’s surface to explore some of the 300 different marine species that lay beneath. On conclusion of your Underwater Observatory tour wander to the very end of the jetty to see the direction dial and site the spectacular whale mural. After a brief stop at Allies Landing your tour will conclude at the Interpretive Centre taking the total duration to 1.5 hours.