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Busselton, Western Australia, 6280
Stretching 1.8 kilometres across Geographe Bay, Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It is appreciated for its spectacular Underwater Observatory, Jetty Train and myriad of recreational uses. A unique experience situated in Western Australia's favourite playground!
The Busselton Jetty reopened on Sunday 6 February after completion of a $27 million refurbishment programme. New features include interpretive nodes and fish cleaning bays. Swimming and diving platforms, rain shelters and heritage sculptures are also present along the new structure. Most importantly, visitors are once again able to travel by train to the Underwater Observatory where the depths of Geographe Bay are waiting to be discovered.
Descend 8 metres below the ocean's surface to view an awe inspiring forest of vividly coloured corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates.
Board the Jetty train to travel the 1.8km to the Underwater Observatory. Sit back, relax and take in the beautiful surrounds of Geographe Bay.
View unique giftware and souvenirs or peruse through the Cultural Heritage Museum.
For more information or bookings and enquiries please visit our website (see link above). We look forward to seeing you soon!
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