Busselton is a well-known beach town in South Western Australia. It has the distinction of being voted as Australia’s top tourist destination three different times in 15 years.
With its balmy climate, it’s a great holiday destination. Whether you want to enjoy nature, good fun, tours or any adventurous activities, Busselton provide fun things to do. The summers can be a bit hot, but the rest of the year offers great weather and with it, lots of activities and things to see and do.
Things to do in Busselton
The Busselton Jetty is one of the main attractions. It is 145 years old and has been rebuilt after being destroyed by cyclones and fires. Stroll down the jetty, check out the Heritage Museum, and pick up gifts or souvenirs.
The Underwater Observatory is right there too – 40 people at a time can check out marine life, vivid tropical plants and corals. You also have the option to take whale-watching tours.
Many diving enthusiasts come to this part of the world to enjoy the clear blue waters and to check out the shipwreck. Diving schools and equipment rentals ensure that you have an unforgettable experience. There is something for everyone – and don’t miss the reefs.
The Southwest coast is well known for its sugar sand beaches. Spend time on the beach and go surfing. Go to any of the sheltered bays if you want to spend quality time with your family. There are a quite a few walking trails too – go hiking and see the wildflowers in full bloom.
Skydiving is another favourite activity – tandem skydiving is also offered. Qualified instructors can go with the amateurs on their first skydive. Don’t miss the fun. (Please change to)…
For the adventurous, there is tandem skydiving available from the local airport. With highly qualified tandem masters to look after you, first timers are more than welcome. Don’t miss the fun.
Busselton is definitely a place to visit with the whole family.