Busselton Jetty Tours

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At over a mile in length, the Busselton Jetty is the longest of its kind found anywhere in the Southern Hemisphere. Because Busselton’s Geographe Bay is far too shallow for ships, the Jetty was constructed as a means of transporting cargo to deeper water. Though ships no longer dock here today, Busselton Jetty is now a draw for legions of coastal visitors, who stroll the jetty, take in the views, and swim in the waters of Geographe Bay whenever it’s warm enough in summer. Aside from the scenic stroll over water, a popular activity at Busselton Jetty is visiting the Underwater Observatory, where a spiral staircase leads 26 feet to the ocean floor below. With 11 portholes for viewing beneath water, the Observatory offers a look at marine life inhabiting the artificial reef, which includes a colorful collection of coral that’s rare for the southern latitude. If a mile seems like too far to walk (and then, of course, walk back), an historic train runs the length of jetty and leaves from the Interpretive Center—which itself explains to visitors the history of Busselton’s most famous sight.

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The Busselton Jetty is at the end of Queen Street where it meets the Busselton Beachfront. The jetty itself is always open, though the Interpretive Center and Underwater Observatory have regular business hours and additional fees. For a memorable visit, enjoy the walk to the end at sunset and stroll back under the stars.
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Address: Busselton Beachfront, Busselton, Western Australia, Australia WA 6280, Australia
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Hours: 24 hours
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Admission: $2.25
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Tandem Skydive over Busselton and Margaret River

Enjoy tandem skydiving in Western Australia in the gorgeous Margaret River region. Jump from 10,000 feet, 14,000 feet or 15,000 feet in tandem with an expert instructor who ensures your safety during this adrenaline-laced experience. Soak in amazing views of Busselton, Geographe Bay and Cape Naturaliste during the 20-minute scenic flight to jump altitude. After leaping from the plane, expect an exhilarating free-fall of about one minute before your instructor releases the parachute. Float for several minutes then land on the sandy beach in Busselton.
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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$247.62 USD
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  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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2-hour Busselton Jetty Package: Jetty train and Underwater Observatory

Experience one of the world’s longest wooden piers with a combo ticket for the Busselton Jetty train and Underwater Observatory. Enjoy magnificent views over Geographe Bay as you ride the Busselton Jetty railway, then marvel at colorful corals and exotic marine life on a guided tour of the Underwater Observatory.
  • Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
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$29.22 USD
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  • Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
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