Busselton Jetty Geographe Bay
If you plan to visit Geographe Bay in Western Australia, do stop by at Busselton Jetty. It is one of the main attractions in Geographe Bay and somewhere you should bookmarked for your trip.
What is so unique about Busselton Jetty.
The wooden jetty is the longest timer jetty/pier in the Southern Hemisphere. The heritage listed jetty extending almost 2km over the protected waters of Georgraphe Bay.
If you stand by the beach, you can’t see the end of the jetty. I am not sure about swimming at the beach but you can take the train until the end. Even without taking the train, you still can walk around the jetty.
Sadly, I spent briefly at Busselton Jetty and wished for more time. The jetty offers a stunning view and this is a good pit stop for family outings and photography.
Do explore more around Geographe Bay and Western Australia. The best way to travel around Western Australia is by self-drive. Self drive in Western Australia is fun, easy and safe. You get to feel and explore more by self drive.
This trip is sponsored by Tourism Western Australia.