Surrounded by turquoise water and white sandy beaches, visiting Busselton is a must-do when travelling to Western Australia. A favourite holiday destination for internationals and locals alike, this stunning seaside town resides as the gateway to Margaret River’s renowned wine region. But it’s not just wine that keeps the tourists returning year after year, Busselton is home to award-winning restaurants and cafes, historic lighthouses, unique art galleries and studios and beautiful beaches.
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The first thing to do when arriving in Busselton is head to its famed jetty. The 1.8-kilometre structure is home to a buzzing waterfront precinct including an underwater observatory, jetty train, interpretive centre and museum and underwater dining. Those dining in can enjoy a delicious Margaret River degustation, served over a kilometre out to sea and eight metres below the ocean’s surface.
Nature buffs will be amazed by nearby Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge, home to a network of stunning underground limestone caves as well as whale watching tours running in peak season from September to December. While foodies will be drooling at the delicious range of restaurants, pubs and cafes on offer. Intrigued? Browse Choice Hotels Busselton accommodation and kick-start your WA adventure!