Located about 2-and-a-half hours south of Perth is Busselton Jetty, the longest pier in the southern hemisphere!
At almost 2km, Busselton Jetty is long enough to keep you busy for a morning or afternoon, with plenty of activities to do along the way.
Entry to the jetty itself is $4 (under-17s free) via the Interpretive Centre, which gives you a Jetty Day pass and access to dive, fish or swim the jetty at your heart’s content.
If the half-hour-each-way walk is a bit out of your range, you can jump on the jetty train, with single tickets around $14 but cheaper for family packages.
Towards the end of the jetty is the Underwater Observatory, offering 360-degree views of the ocean floor, some 8m below the surface.
If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you can also participate in an Undersea Walk in a shark-protected deep-sea pool wearing specially designed helmets that you let you breathe normally and walk around.
If you don’t feel like jetty walks and tours, the foreshore is a great swimming beach protected from sharks, and during summer filled with plenty of activities for the kids on the weekends!
Photos by @skyperth, @yogawinetravel, @ospreycreative, @maddhava & @philippkahrer
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