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Busselton Visitor Centre

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
17 Foreshore Parade, Busselton WA 6280
The Busselton Visitor Centre is located on the Busselton foreshore near the Busselton Jetty. Access and ample parking is available at the beach end of Queen Street or via the Goose Cafe carpark accessed from Geographe Bay Rd. Alternative route for caravan/camper or large vehicles to access the foreshore is via West Street or Brown Street.
  • Free WiFi
  • GIft Vouchers Available
  • Parking
  • Toilet
  • Disabled Access
    Disabled Access
  • WiFi

Busselton Visitor Centre is situated on the beautiful Busselton Foreshore, next to the famous Busselton Jetty. It is the place to stop for all the best tips and advice on what to do in the Margaret River Region - located right at the region's entry point.

Staff can assist you with bookings for anything from winery tours, eco-adventures to wonderful accommodation places throughout the region. Make sure you pick up your free regional touring map. Whether you are a regular to the region or a first-time visitor, no trip is complete without a stop at the Busselton Visitor Centre.

The Visitor Centre offers a free, real-time, comprehensive accommodation, tour and transport booking service, as well as friendly local advice on the best things to see and do in the region. Drop in to pick up your free regional touring map - and if you are travelling further afield, the staff can book your accommodation anywhere in Australia, specialising in the South West Corner!
The Centre stocks a comprehensive selection of specialty guidebooks around flora, fauna and local trails, and a great range of locally made souvenirs and gifts to take home at the end of your visit, from jams, fudge, chocolate, olive oil, pottery, relish, soaps and much more.  
The expert staff at the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association have a detailed knowledge of more than 260 accommodation properties with a diverse range of conference and function facilities and can secure great rates for groups of 10 or more. Tailored touring options are also available to suit your needs and budget. For group, wedding or corporate travel arrangements, take advantage of the free booking service and contact the dedicated group bookings expert today. 

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Google Reviews

Very friendly and extremely helpful. Lovely lady attended our needs. Lois Ralph
Beautiful,well presented,staff very accommodating and informative very clean. Rob Mino Minson
Huge wealth of information and souvenirs. Wonderful, friendly staff. Denea Munro
A good starting point for you visit to Busselton. Lots in information, informative helpful staff, a good little souvenir shop and a small museum/gallery containing a few interesting interesting exhibits and some very nice artworks. Dan (戴麒龍)
Lovely place, lots of interesting local wares, and the guides are fantastic! Alicia Smith
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