Busselton Region

Busselton is a drive of approximately 2 hours now from Perth.

Busselton is on the shores of Geographe Bay and has miles of beautiful beaches stretching all the way to Dunsborough. The famous Busselton Jetty has just been restored and the train is running again all the way out to the Underwater Observatory, 1.8kms.

The region is renowned for the world famous Margaret River Wines, with wineries situated all the way from Busselton to Augusta. These vary from small family run and operated modest cellar doors to wineries with beautiful restaurants where you spend a lazy day enjoying a long lunch.

There are now about 8 breweries in the region all with their own unique ales. Winery and Brewery tours are available everyday.

The region has become one of the most popular holiday destinations for local west Australians, Interstate and overseas visitors. There is a variety of different things to see and do, from

    World class wine and food

  • Swimming on the tranquil beaches of Geographe Bay,
  • Surfing the many surf breaks along the west coast.
  • Fishing from the jetty, the beach or deep sea charters.
  • Bush Walking,
  • Whale Watching,
  • Wild flowers
  • Forests
  • Caves
    Local artists and galleries

Busselton hosts a Full IronMan event in December, and a Half Ironman event in May each year.

The Jetty Swim around the jetty is held every February and attracts over a 1000 swimmers.

Yachting in the Bay during the summer months.

A cycle path runs along the foreshore from Busselton all the way to Dunsborough and bicycles are available for hire.

Leeuwin Estate and Sandalford wineries have many open air concerts during the summer months.
Margaret River Gourmet Escape
Festival of Busselton during January
South Bound Music Festival
OZ Rock Busselton in January