Begin at the magnificently restored National Trust homestead of Wonnerup House. Today the timber shingled stone buildings comprise a collection of 19th century farm and school buildings and are furnished with artifacts that give an indication of how the pioneering Layman family lived there.

Next, head to Busselton CBD to take in the many historical sites within easy walking distance. Wander the famous Busselton Jetty and discover the nearby cultural precinct, which is home to the Old Courthouse and art
galleries. Relax at the Old Post Office Tearooms before paying a visit to Busselton Museum and St. Mary’s Church – the oldest stone church in WA.

Next, take a coastal drive to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse to enjoy panoramic ocean views and tales of the region’s maritime history.

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