Extending 1.8km over Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Visit the Underwater Observatory, ride the Jetty Train, or take a scenic walk. It's a must see for visitors to the Margaret River region.
The solar electric Stocker Preston Express is powered 100% by the sun, giving you a sustainable and comfortable ride over the scenic Geographe Bay to the end of Busselton Jetty.
1.7km's along the jetty you will find the Underwater Observatory, 1 of only 6 in the world. Inside this unique building our expert guides will take you 8 metres underwater (without getting wet) and showcase to you some of the 300 marine species living naturally among the forest of soft corals and sea sponges living on the jetty piles beneath the structure.
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Housed in the Interpretive centre is the Jetty Museum which allows visitors to discover the Jetty's colourful 152 year history and amazing marine life through interactive displays, entry is free. The Jetty Gift Shop features a unique range of giftware, homeware and a distinctive range of souvenirs.
All aboard the Stocker Preston Express! Sit back and relax while our train driver takes you on a 1.7 kilometre journey across the calm, clear waters of Geographe Bay, out to the end of the Jetty and home again.
Descend 8m to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase to discover an awe inspiring forest of vividly coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates. Eleven viewing windows at various levels within the Observatory allow visitors to look out on some of the 300 marine species that live beneath the Jetty.
Enjoy breathtaking 360 degree views as you walk 1.8km to the end of the historic Busselton Jetty! There is a Bollard Trail with questions to answer, interpretive panels, memorial plaques, wind vanes, swimming platforms, life size whale mural, selfie direction dial as well as spotting wildlife!