Busselton Jetty; The longest wooden jetty in the world

Heading towards Margaret River from Perth? Check out the longest wooden jetty in the world, Busselton Jetty!

The jetty is just under 2km long and for those either not keen, or simply short on time, you could even hop on a cute tourist train to experience first hand just how long the jetty is.

Busselton Jetty

Where is Busselton Jetty

Located 2.5-hour drive south of Perth, you will find Busselton. It is a beautiful seaside town and by the looks of the construction happening, will be a popular place for holidaymakers.

If you type Busselton Jetty into Google Maps, you will have no trouble finding it!

How long to spend at Busselton Jetty

If you’re passing through, you could have a quick stop and it would still be worth it, but if it’s a nice sunny day you’re likely going to want to stay longer. There is plenty on offer in Busselton with museums, train rides along the jetty and an underwater observatory. Click here to read about what is on offer.

The best time to visit Busselton Jetty

If you’re looking for that perfect photo, I would suggest Sunset. We had a cloudy afternoon when we visited on our way down to Margaret River so didn’t quite get the photos we were hoping for!

You won’t be disappointed, no matter the time of the day. With perfect skies, you will really see the colour of the water and how beautiful it is.

What to do at Busselton Jetty

If you have a bit of time then you have plenty of options for things to do. These include

  • Charter Boats
  • Diving
  • Busselton Visitor Centre
  • Busselton Museum
  • Bike Hire
  • Forest Adventures

Heading to Margaret River?

If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Margaret River, click here to read about the Pullman Bunker Bay and click here for our tips on what to see and do in Margaret River!

“The gladdest moment in human life, me thinks, is a departure into unknown lands.” – Sir Richard Burton



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