Busselton Jetty is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere and was built over a 95-year period, beginning in 1865. Busselton Jetty stretches 1.8 kilometres into Geographe Bay, and its marine life has always made it a popular spot for fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving. An interpretive centre at the base of the jetty displays historical and environmental exhibits. The Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory has viewing windows 8 metres beneath the surface, allowing visitors to marvel at vivid corals, sponges and fish (tour bookings essential). A small tourist train runs the length of the jetty on most days, weather permitting.
Busselton Beachfront, Busselton, (08) 9754 0900comments powered by Disqus