It’s a must-see Busselton Jetty! With a length of 1,8 km, it is the longest and second largest tourist jetty in this southern hemisphere.
Walk or ride the Solar Jetty Train to the Underwater Observatory across the Indian Ocean, one of only six in the world!
Experienced guides take you through the wonders of nature under the Jetty, where piles form the largest artificial reef in Australia, which is home to stunningly beautiful ecosystems of tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates. Descend 8 metres below the surface of the oceans to view in the observation chamber more than 300 marine species at 11 viewing windows at various levels.
Visit the outdoor museum with interactive exhibits to learn about the 154-year history of the Jetty. The charity store is filled with unique items and souvenirs to purchase.
The Unterersea Helmet Run, Mermaid, Sunset Train and Sunset Observatory Tour are also accessible during the day. Walking, sunsets, hiking, hunting, diving and snorkelling are other common hobbies at the Jetty.
Busselton Jetty Tour