There is so much happening in and around Busselton you will never be short of something to do.
Browse our top picks of the bunch below.
Stroll over ocean and walk underwater without getting your feet wet! Extending 1.8 Kilometres over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Children young and old enjoy the Jetty Train experience. With 50 seats available and trips leaving throughout the day, the Jetty Train is the perfect way to experience the Busselton Jetty.
The underwater observatory located at the end of the Jetty, has been designed to accommodate up to 40 people at one time. Descending 8 metres beneath the waters’ surface, visitors can view the amazing corals and fish life through eleven viewing windows.
Become friends with happy and well mannered farm animals. There are lambs to bottle feed, pigs, ponies, rabbits, guinea pigs, llamas, alpacas, deer, goats, emus and ostriches to feed and pat and kangaroos too!
Free tastings of sensational marmalades, jams, pickles, chutneys, marinated olives and extra virgin olive oil. Relax with a homemade scone, a pot of tea or coffee. A large shady lawn area, sandpit, cubby house and a selection of ball games makes for happy kids too.
Light lunches available. BBQ facilities..
The Busselton area has a variety of wine tours available for you to sample. Some tours specialise in getting you behind the scenes, perhaps to meet the wine maker, have a barrel room tasting or even blend your own bottle of wine.
There’re full day and half day wine tours for thirsty minds as well as thirsty palates. With light hearted tours designed for fun to educational tours for beginners to experts there’s a winery tour to suit you. Choose from small group tours, tailor-made private tours, even a tour for those people who ‘don’t do tours!’
Flexible, fun, authentic and with accommodation pick-ups/drop-offs around Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough, Yallingup and Cowaramup it couldn’t be easier!
To give yourself the best chance of catching a highly prized West Australian dhufish, join a fishing charter. If the big ones escape you, try Busselton Jetty for squid or crabs, and the sandy shores of Geographe Bay for herring or whiting. Don’t miss the famous annual salmon run off Dunsborough.
Humpback, southern right, minke and blue whales all make the epic journey. Humpbacks, renowned for their agility, gather in groups of males and engage in breaching, spy-hopping, lob-tailing and tail-slapping. Acrobatics play out during courtship.
You can watch the action unfold on the horizon from the shore or get up close on a whale watching cruise that departs from Augusta, Dunsborough and Busselton.
Aquatastic is Australia’s largest inflatable floating Water Park.
Located on the Busselton foreshore, 200m west of the Busselton Jetty.
Climb the Ice Berg, Complete the obstacle course, enjoy the gigantic slide.
Skydive from 14,000ft over the spectacular Busselton and Margaret River Region! From altitude you will have amazing views of Geographe Bay, the famous Busselton Jetty, Cape Naturaliste and the wineries beyond. Then it’s time for the door to open, and ready… Set… GO!
Feel the adrenalin pumping as you spread your wings and ‘do the Superman’, before the canopy opens and floats you quietly down to the Busselton foreshore, where your friends can watch you ‘land on the sand’!
Touch, taste, smell feel and listen – a visit to the town markets is a sensory experience and a great way to meet the locals. You’ll find everything from farm fresh produce to handcrafted wares on offer. There is one on almost every weekend in Busselton, Dunsborough, Vasse or Margaret River.
A magnificent ancient forest with 300-400 year old trees standing on average 33m high with girths of a massive 10m.
Wide open vistas can be enjoyed, with scenes of massive trees, understorey of peppermint trees and large mobs of kangaroos. There are several sign posted walks in the forest and picnic spots to enjoy and contemplate the sights, smells and sounds of the forest. Night time in the forest is just as spectacular as this is when the animals get busy.