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Underwater Observatory

Discover the depths of Geographe Bay! Descend 8 metres below the water’s surface to view some of the 300 different marine species sighted from the Underwater Observatory’s windows. ... more

Jetty Train

Allow our friendly Train Drivers to take you on a unique train journey 1.7 kilometres out to sea. ... more

Interpretive Centre

Everything you need for a day at the Busselton foreshore available 7 days a week. Hats, sunscreen, goggles, snorkels, rashies, sunglasses as well as stylish souvenirs and giftware.
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Museum & History

Discover the colourful history of the 152 year old Jetty in the new Museum featuring interactive displays! ... more

Jetty Dinner Series

Kitchen Takeovers would like you to join them for a series of amazing dining experiences 1.8km out to sea with guest chefs.
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The options for summer tours at the Jetty are endless with guided walks, sunset train rides, underwater helmet walk, deluxe experience and mermaid tours!
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It's new, it's unique and now it can be a dream come true – getting married at the end of the beautiful Busselton Jetty, 1.8km out to sea!
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Observatory Hire

Just another way to experience this wonderful attraction in the South West.
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Become a Member

The sustainability of the Jetty is linked to the sustainability of the community-management model, we highly value your membership and interest!
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Find the Fun

Busselton Jetty is a proud supporter of the Find The Fun app – the only guide you need to Find the Fun in the Margaret River Region Includes detailed listings of accommodation, camping, for kids, mountain biking, attractions and activities, cellar doors, galleries, beaches, shopping, tours, food and more! And the best part is you don’t need the internet! Search 'Margaret River Find the Fun' in the App Store or on Google Play.

About Busselton Jetty

The Busselton Jetty is 1.841km long. It is the longest timber piled jetty in the southern hemisphere and is operated by a non-profit community organisation known as Busselton Jetty Inc. Proceeds from ticket sales contribute to jetty maintenance and conservation.

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