EXPLORE AND EXPERIENCE

OUR BEAUTIFUL SOUTH WEST - WE HAVE SO MUCH TO OFFER

BUSSELTON JETTY

Busselton Jetty is the second-longest wooden jetty in the world at 1841 meters long. Over 500,000 people visited the iconic Western Australian attraction in 2017/18.

BUSH WALKING

You can find detailed information on trails, on Find the Fun website.

WINERIES

The pristine environment and the many microclimates ensure that every wine is special but not one is the same. A journey through Margaret River’s premium wine region is sophisticated yet relaxed, authentic and unique to WA.

Photo by: Tim Campbell

CAVES

Over 100 highly decorated limestone caves lie beneath the surface of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge. Formed approximately 1 million years ago, a number of these complex and fragile karst systems are open to the public.

FANTASTIC BEACHES

Busselton has kilometres of beautiful white sandy beaches with calm turquoise waters. Heading down the coast towards Dunsborough the beaches Meelup and Bunkers Bay include sandy beaches and rocky coastline to explore. Further, towards Margaret River, the beaches of Gnarabup in Prevelly and Hamelin Bay near Augusta are also spectacular beaches.

Photo by: Jamie Smith

SURF BREAKS

Western Australia is known for its amazing surf. Up and down the coast you’ll find quality break after quality break.

MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

Set in the forest amidst gigantic trees and spectacular scenery, the mountain bike trails are a mix of gravel roads and single track, suitable for beginner to advanced riders.

QUAINT TOWNS

Nannup, Bridgetown, Balingup, Cowaramup (Cowtown )

EVENTS CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA

No matter what you're into, there's always something happening in the City of Busselton.

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