The coastal City of Busselton has been a beloved beachside holiday location for generations of families. On the southwest tip of Western Australia, Busselton is the gateway to the Margaret River wine region making it an attractive destination for tourists. There’s much to see and do in Busselton from beaches and forests to exploring places of significant history or immersing yourself in the taste sensations of the local wineries, craft breweries, markets, cafes, and restaurants.
The calm waters of Geographe Bay make it a safe and popular place for swimming, kayaking, boating, and fishing. The stunning, 19th-century Busselton Jetty is a local icon with a rich history while the 160-year-old Wonnerup House is an important historical and cultural site. Ludlow Tuart Forest is a peaceful paradise of majestic beauty, and during whale season, you might spot the magnificent Humpback or Southern Right Whales as they journey past.
Head way out West and discover the beauty of WA’s wildflowers, natural formations and historic attractions. Flights take you in to Perth for 2 night stay with coach touring which includes visits to Geraldton, Dalwallinu, Hyden, Albany, Pemberton, Margaret River and Busselton. Cruise the Donnelly River, marvel at The Pinnacles and Wave Rock, enjoy the delights of Rottnest Island and be mesmerised by dreamtime legends in the Ngilgi Caves.
Busselton has been twice crowned Western Australia's Top Tourism Town. Two hours from Perth, this vibrant beach town is a timeless holiday destination for families and visitors who fall in love with its quiet pace, natural beauty and lively food and wine culture.
The safe, peaceful waters of Geographe Bay stretch out from Busselton’s seaside suburb of Geographe. The bay is a natural wonderland of calm, turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, sweeping Indian Ocean views, safe swimming areas and stunning hikes.
We’re sure you’ll fall in love with Busselton on one of our Western Australia tours.
160 years old, Wonnerup House, run by The National Trust of Western Australia is an important cultural and historical site. The property was named by George Layman in 1832 when he took a land grant of 500 acres. This peaceful setting adjoining the stunning Ludlow Tuart Forest and Vasse-Wonnerup wetlands has a history of perseverance and hardship, mistrust, and tragedy, following the colonisation of the greater Busselton area in the 1830s.
The Ludlow Tuart Forest gives visitors a unique opportunity to drive through the last remaining natural tall tuart forest in the world, past ancient trees said to be over 300 years old. There are several walking trails and if you’re lucky, you might spot some amazing birds and native wildlife.
Heritage-listed Busselton Jetty reaches an impressive 1.841 kilometres over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, making it one of the longest timber-piled jetties in the Southern Hemisphere. The iconic jetty is also home to one of six Underwater Observatories in the world. Managed by a community organisation locals and visitors enjoy the Busselton Jetty as a wonderful place to jump into the ocean, toss a line in, swim around or appreciate its beauty over fish and chips on the foreshore at sunset.
Busselton sits on Wadandi Country known as Wadandi Boodja to its Traditional Custodians and takes its Aboriginal name Undalup from warrior and leader Undal. The coastal areas are important to the Wadandi (Saltwater People) and their connection to land and sea through songs, stories, spirituality, and cultural lore.
The weather in Busselton can vary throughout the year, but generally, the region experiences warm and sunny weather during the dry season and cooler temperatures with occasional rainfall during the wet season.
Spring (September to November) is a popular time to visit Busselton as temperatures start to warm up and the wildflowers start to bloom. Average temperatures range between 13°C to 23°C, making it a comfortable time to explore the region's natural beauty.
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