Backpacking Busselton

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    LAZE YOUR DAY AWAY ALONG THE 30 KILOMETRES OF PRISTINE WHITE SANDY BEACHES AND CRYSTAL CLEAR WATERS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    DIVE AROUND THE JETTY TO SEE THE VAST AMOUNT OF MARINE LIFE AND MIXTURE OF CORALS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    WALK ALONG THE 2 KILOMETRE LONG WOODEN JETTY, WHICH IS THE LONGEST IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Busselton Highlights

  • There are 30 kilometres of stunning beaches and crystal clear waters around Busselton.

  • Water sports haven for fisherman, water skiers, snorkellers, scuba divers, windsurfers and sailors.

  • Take a scenic drive through Tuart Forest National Park to see some of the magnificent Tuart Trees that can grow up to 33 metres high and 10 metres in girth.

  • View the vast amount of marine life and mixture of corals from the underwater chamber windows at the Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory. Alternatively, you can go scuba diving to get even closer.

  • Take a walk on the almost 2 kilometres long Busselton Jetty, which is the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.

About Busselton

Population 24,000

Located on the beautiful Geographe Bay, 232 km from Perth, Busselton has been judged Western Australia's top tourism town three times (1995,1996 & 2005).

It is best known for its iconic two-kilometre long jetty and beautiful turquoise bays.

The seaside holiday town has a relaxed atmosphere and is a very popular holiday spot for local Western Australian's.

To the north and south stretches 30 kilometres of immaculate beaches and crystal clear water, making this area a water sports haven for fisherman, water skiers, snorkellers, scuba divers, windsurfers and sailors.

Busselton also makes an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding areas including Dunsborough, Yallingup and the Margaret River Wine Region.

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Busselton Visitor Information Centre

38 Peel Terrace
Busselton, Western Australia
Phone (08) 9752 5800
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