Here are our top picks to while away the time in Busselton.
Climb the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Chase ghost stories and shipwreck legends at the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. You’ll hear plenty of yarns about shipwrecks, hardships and the spell of the coast. The stunning views of Geographe Bay are not just a bonus touch.
Seek Bliss at a Day Spa in Yallingup
Unwind and relax before the winter blues kick on in Yallingup. The area offers a wide range of day spas. You can bliss out with a massage, herbal body treatment and plenty of food and drinks. The Bodhi J is a good choice, with its pristine views.
Go to the Busselton Jetty
There is much to explore at the Busselton Jetty. The Underwater Observatory may be weather dependent, but you can always catch the jetty train. Better still, stretch your legs and go for a stroll. The walk to the end is about 1.9km. Keep your eyes open to catch a glimpse of a whale.
Grab Some Fish and Chips from the Equinox
The Equinox boasts scenic views of the Busselton Jetty and Geographe Bay. You can even get some takeaway fish chips and have a picnic on the foreshore (weather gods willing). But, you should head there around 5pm to catch the sunset.
Things to do in Busselton for Kids
Here are our top picks for things to do in Busselton with your kids.
Visit the Busselton Jetty
Ride the Jetty train at Busselton Jetty with the kids, and drink in the views of Geographe Bay. You might catch a glimpse of playful dolphins, and local fishermen at work. Let the kids take in the magic of the Underwater Observatory. Gaze at the breathtakingly beautiful world of vibrant marine life. If the family is up to it, you can try scuba diving or underwater walking.
Have a Beach Day at the Meelup Beach
The crystal clear water and the serene ambiance of Meelup Beach will captivate you. The beach is immaculate, and great for chilling out. You’ll find plenty of lawn areas, tables, amenities such as toilets and ample parking.