The city of Busselton is a mixture of bustling industry and commerce with the relaxed style of a sleepy beachside holiday town. While popular for retirees and older travellers, the city also attracts families and younger visitors drawn by the easy living, beautiful long bay with its calm waters, and its easy accessibility to everything the south-west has to offer. The key focal point of Busselton must be the old jetty which juts our over 1km into the ocean and is the longest such structure in the southern hemisphere. As the venue for ironman races around the jetty and activities such as fishing, swimming, novelty train rides and the underwater observatory positioned on the end of the jetty, it offers a myriad of possibilities.

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Built in 1859, Wonnerup House has been lovingly restored to its original glory, fully furnished with period pieces so it looks just as it did over 150 years ago. To complement the house there is also an teacher’s residence and old school.…

The wreck of the 112-metre HMAS Swan sits about a 15 minute boat ride off the coast not far from Dunsborough and is one of the largest accessible dive wrecks in the Southern Hemisphere. Scuttled in 1997 after 26 years of naval service, this naval…

Ngilgi Cave (pronounced Nil – Ghee) is a limestone cave formation located just outside Yallingup and 5 minutes from Dunsborough. Open to the public, the cave provides a really interesting, easily accessible setting with some interesting and…

Stretching from Dunsborough to Busselton, Geographe Bay is one of the most stunning stretches of beach and turquoise waters you will come across. This bay faces north so is generally protected by the prevailing south-westerly winds and is ideal for…