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Extending 1.8 kilometres over stunning Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. A must see for any visitor to the Margaret River region.
More informationJump on board and take the leisurely train ride along the jetty. Sit back and relax while the driver takes you on a journey across the calm, clear waters of Geographe Bay. With 90 seats available and trips leaving throughout the day, the Jetty Train is the perfect way to experience the Busselton Jetty.
The Underwater Observatory, at the end of the jetty, provides visitors the opportunity to experience one of Australia's greatest artificial reefs. Descend 8 metres to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase to view some of the 300 species of vividly coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates.
Come into the Interpretive Centre and browse the unique and stylish giftware, souvenirs and artisan pieces on display. The Museum offers an interactive insight into the jetty's fascinating past and stunning marine environment through a variety of interpretive signs, artefacts and touch screen displays.
Extend the experience with a dip, throw a line in or have a bite to eat on the Busselton beachfront.
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Interpretive Centre and Heritage Museum
Jetty Adult Day Pass - $4.00 (+17 years)
Jetty Child Day Pass - Free (0-16 years)
The Jetty Train Ride
Adults - $13.50 (+18 years)
Child - $8.50 (3-17 years)
Infants - Free (must sit on adult's lap)
The train departs the interpretive centre on the hour. Ticket include return trip and Jetty Day pass. Bookings recommended.
Duration: approx. 45minutes
The Underwater Observatory
Family Pass - $99 (2 adults, 2 children)
Adult - $34.00 (+18 years)
Child - $17 (3-17 years)
Ticket includes return train ride, 40min guided tour of the Underwater Observatory and a Jetty Day Pass. Extra children $9 per child, max of 2.
Departs: On the hour
Duration: Approx. 1 hour, 45 minutes