This vibrant city makes the most of its tranquil waters, serving up a bevy of aquatic-based leisure, melded with superb attractions.
Busselton Jetty is an iconic Western Australian structure. Stretching 1.8km long, it is home to the Busselton Jetty Interpretive Centre, which houses the Cultural Heritage Museum, as well as the Underwater Observatory, where an incredible assortment of marine species are revealed. The waters surrounding Busselton Jetty are highly regarded among divers.
Continue the water theme by heading to one of many sparkling beaches in and around Busselton: these suit swimming, kayaking, windsurfing, fishing and more. Or join a whale-watching tour from Busselton between September and December for an unforgettable experience.
On dry land, the flat streets of Busselton hold much appeal for cyclists.
To get up to speed on local history, call in to Busselton Museum and learn about the various industries that have helped shape the city.