Busselton Jetty Weekday tour Discount
Up until the 29th of March at 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday, Busselton Jetty are offering 20% Off Jetty train trips and Under Water Observatory tours!
Here are a few reasons why you should take the time to holiday in Busselton and visit the Jetty
Busselton Jetty has incredible history
Originally built in 1865 for a place to legally load and unload goods, the Busselton jetty has been struck with disaster multiple times. From Cyclone Alby in 1978 destroying a substantial part of the jetty, to fires in 1999 burning the last 150 meters. At the interpretive centre you can learn the extensive history of Busselton’s icon.
It is the longest Wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
The Busselton Jetty currently stands at 1841 Meters, making it the longest wooden piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Take the opportunity to go 1.8 kms out to sea, without setting foot on a boat!
Descend 8 m under water without getting wet! An experienced tour guide will show you down the various levels, featuring 11 viewing windows. When you reach the bottom, you have some time to look out to the ocean floor and the beautiful artificial reef. Be sure to keep an eye out for friendly seals and creepy octopuses!
Take a train ride!
The Jetty train will pick you up at the interpretive centre at the start of the jetty, and will drop you off at the Under Water Observatory. You can then opt to catch the train back or walk, taking in the beautiful foreshore from afar.
Last but not least… Instagram worthy photos!
Whether it is a photo of the four houses (interpretive centre), an orange sunset around the coast or a panorama of the foreshore from 2 kms out, there are plenty of photo opportunities along the ride. Sunset or sunrise, a stormy night or middle of the day, Busselton jetty will always provide the perfect snap.