Busselton Jetty

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A stroll at Busselton Jetty! Jun 04, 2011
Busselton lies just 2 1/2 half hours drive south frm Perth on the sweeping shores of pristine Geographe Bay. Busselton’s tranquil waters are an aquatic playground for those who love to water-ski, snorkel, dive, fish & sail. It’s the perfect place to take the family, indulge in a romantic getaway, or just to sit back, relax & watch the world go by. Busselton is best known for its 140 year old jetty, which is the longest wooden structure in the Southern hemisphere. Busselton is named in honour of the Bussell’s, an early & notable family of pioneers & it's 140 year old jetty, which is the longest wooden structure in the Southern Hemisphere. Described as one of Australia’s most unique eco-tourism sites & greatest artificial reef, it is gaining worldwide recognition for its Underwater Observatory placed near its end. It is located 1.8 kilometres frm the shore, almost at the end of the two kilometre long Busselton Jetty. Described as one of Australia’s most unique eco-tourism sites & greatest artificial reef, it is gaining worldwide recognition for its Underwater Observatory placed near its end. It is located 1.8 kilometres from the shore, almost at the end of the two kilometre long Busselton Jetty. After the long stroll at the jetty, don't forget to treat yourself with ice cream ;-)
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