Old Butter Factory Complex, Peel Terrace, Busselton WA 6280, Australia
The Busselton Museum
THE BUSSELTON MUSEUM
The Heritage Butter Factory and Busselton Museum has ten display rooms packed with photographs, equipment and memorabilia which trace the family, social, civic, commercial and maritime history of Busselton. Everything from agriculture to whaling; from crockery, clocks and cameras to sewing machines, travel and transport is included.The one-hectare site is nestled on the banks of the picturesque Vasse River. A replica of the Jetty Rotunda enhances the vista and the exhibits demonstrate Busselton’s diverse agricultural, forestry and maritime history.Special attention is focused on the famous 1920’s Group Settlement Scheme which shaped much of the development of the South West.Visit us, and discover a time now past.
If you would like to request the Busselton Historical Society do some research on your behalf, please download and complete the request form from their website. You can download the application as a pdf file or a word document.
Busselton Beachfront, Busselton WA 6280
Just two and a half hours drive south of Perth, the Busselton Jetty is situated at the northern gateway to the Margaret River Wine Region, in the seaside resort town of Busselton.
Extending 1.8 kilometres over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. As one of the most popular tourist attractions in Western Australia, it is a must see for any visitor to the Capes Region.
Board the Jetty Train, and visit the Underwater Observatory. This unique building allows visitors to experience one of Australia’s greatest artificial reefs.
Once you have walked / caught the train the 1.8 km, descend 8 metres 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 different marine species that live beneath the jetty. Provision of a lift within the Observatory ensures that this amazing experience is available to those with limited mobility.
3059 Caves Road, Yallingup Western Australia 6282
Come and play at the Yallingup Maze.
Timber maze with 5 towers and bridges.
Puzzles and games café with free puzzles to play on our café tables.
Air conditioned licensed café, serving awesome burgers, pizzas, fresh juices and smoothies.
Local wine and beer and freshly brewed coffee.
A Nature playground and bouncy castle (weather permitting). Suitable for all ages and weather.
We have something for everyone. Come Play!
38 Cook Street Busselton
Gannaways Charters & Tours
Our professional team can help make your family, corporate, wedding, school or tour transfers the safe and happy experience it should be.
Our people make the difference.
We are operating Luxury coaches and limousines.
Specialising in Itinerary planing, Group Wine Tours, Group Scenic Tours, Wedding Guest Transfers, Limousine Tours, Corporate Tours, Conference Transfers, Air Port Transfers, Concert Transfers, AFL Game Transfers, Seniors Group - Tailored Tours, School camp tours
We have 7-57 Seat Coaches
Tuart Drive / Ludlow North Road
WELCOME TO THE NEW
FOREST ADVENTURES HIGH ROPE AND ARCHERY PARK!
FOREST ADVENTURES SOUTH WEST OFFERS ADRENALINE AND FUN FILLED COURSES AND FLYING FOXES AMONG THE MAJESTIC TREES OF THE LEGENDARY TUART FOREST IN THE BEAUTIFUL SOUTH WEST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
Having combined world class European standards for safety and design with the South West’s supreme environment, we are proud to present Forest Adventures South West as one of the best of its kind with many unique activities in Australia.
Located on more than 8 acres, Forest Adventures offers 77 activities set high among the trees catering for all skills, fitness and daring levels.
- More than 500 meters of flying foxes
- Uni-cycle up high, tarzan ropes
- 13 meter base jump
- BMX on a wire
- Spider webs
Choose your challenge!
You will hang around in the trees, climb the ladders, balance on the suspended bridges and jump on up to 11 flying foxes with some spanning over 150 meters. Have fun with the whole family and challenge your friends on 6 unique courses of every level of adrenaline and fitness!!!
Don't like height? What about learning the art of archery on our 15 target archery range where a trained instructor will teach you this ancient sport used in hunting and battlefield!
Albert Street Busselton - Opposite the Bus Station
The Good Egg
The Good Egg is more than just a cafe; it is a work hub for businesses to get together, a little retail shop filled with beautiful unique products, a play area for children, a relaxation spot for Mum and Dad and a foodie hub all merged together.
1/19 Bussell Highway Busselton
Mediterranean dishes and gourmet pizza, offered in a simple, convivial dining room, well priced - come and try
12 Dunn Bay Rd, Dunsborough WA 6281
Bamboo Spice Resturant
Great Tasting Thai food.
4 Mill Road Busselton
Busselton Health Campus
Ideally located 2 minutes drive from the motel;
We are in the perfect position if you need to stay a night while you wait for your Partner or children to be operated on.
Western Tourist Radio. PO Box 582, Donnybrook, WA 6239
87.6FM Local Tourist Radio
Tune in to 87.6 FM in Busselton to hear about things to do and stories of the people and places of the South West of WA. Including local music, local stories and events.
Our radio stations provide a voice for community and small business in the South West of Western Australia. They have a range of about 5km from the centre of town, or you can listen online via Sound Cloud https://soundcloud.com/westerntouristradio as well as downloading the stories that interest you to your mobile device to listen to while traveling. The programs are based around interviews with local people who are making WA what it is today.
We are passionate about our state and the people you’ll hear on our programs are also passionate about their businesses or community organisation. Listen in to let us help you plan your holiday.
We aim to make our radio programs sound more like a very local version of the ABC’s ‘Australia All Over’ program. We can talk in some depth about private businesses that will be of interest to visitors and locals. To find out more on anything you hear about on our radio programs and much more to help you plan your WA holiday, visit our website www.touristradio.com.au/busselton .