Western Australian beaches are among the most beautiful in the world, with breathtaking Indian Ocean sunsets and pristine white sand. With a total of 12,500 kilometres of coastline, there are plenty of spots to pitch your sun umbrella and some of the best are right on our doorstep!
This is a fascinating historic building situated in the new Busselton Precinct area which has been magically transformed into a gallery and cafe, yet retains its original features such as gaol cells.
A National Trust protected colonial style house, originally developed in 1835. An interesting location to visit and see the restoration work in progress.
The longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, the Busselton Jetty took 95 years to complete. It stretches 2 kilometres into Geographe Bay, and attracts divers, anglers and many tourists who simply come to witness the catches of the local fishermen.
For a full information tour of Busselton, take the heritage trip. You'll visit sculptures, gardens, landmarks and museums to get a real feel for this wonderfully historic town. The Old Butter Factory and Peel Terrace are a must to visit.
Why not take a relaxing day enjoying the local woodcraft, pottery and other fine arts at Busselton Arts Society, Days of Grace and Harris Fine Furniture.
Many exciting venues offering fun and thrills for a great day out! The Xscape at the Cape Fun Park with their climbing tower, mini golf course and so much more to ensure that your children never be bored in Busselton.
We're located pretty close to some killer bakeries, offering plenty of healthy and not-so-healthy snacks and breads to take away, baked fresh daily on the premises. Get in early to beat the rush in the mornings or get piping hot pies all day.