Busselton Jetty

A bit of two hours south of Perth sits Busselton. Another pretty little town along the southern WA coast, with a pretty spectacular party piece.

Stretching one thousand eight hundred and forty-one metres out to sea sits the Busselton Jetty.

It was once used for agricultural means, where wheat, sheep and timber were all exported through the 1850s.

Nowadays, it’s a magnet for tourists…and you know what, we understand why. Patrons can dive off the jetty, swim in the crystal-clear waters or fish off a handful of pontoons that come off the Jetty.

For us fishos, the Jetty attracts a wide variety of species. From juvenile Snapper and Sampson Fish in the cooler months…to an array of differently coloured Trumpter, Whiting and of course, Squid!

Being such a long Jetty, you can, of course, choose to walk all the way out, or you can jump the train that travels roughly every half hour. Can we recommend a ride all the way to the end, where the Busselton Underwater Observatory sits. It’s one of only six of it’s kind in the world. Visitors descend 8 metres below the surface and can see any number of 300 different marine species.

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