Busselton is Western Australia’s holiday heartland. The maker of many happy memories is an old-fashioned beach retreat with roots stretching back to the 1890s.

Walk on water as you stroll along one of the world’s longest timber boardwalks and take the plunge into the Indian Ocean to see the coral gardens below. Casual cafés and waterfront restaurants set their sights on Geographe Bay. In spring, experience a painter’s palette of colour as the Wild West’s wildflowers begin to bloom.

Frequently Asked Questions about Busselton

What is Busselton famous for?

Busselton is well-known for the longest piled jetty made of timber in the Southern Hemisphere. The Busselton Jetty itself has several other attractions, including the Jetty Train and the Underwater Observatory, where you can head 8 metres underwater without even getting wet! It's also a great home base for exploring all the wonderful wines of the Margaret River Region and the area's unique state forests.