Busselton Jetty and Foreshore

Kaya, hello! Welcome to Busselton (Undalup).

In this vibrant beach town situated on the shores of Geographe Bay, you’ll encounter friendly locals, streets lined with boutiques and eateries, and a thriving events calendar. The protected north-facing coastline and warming Leeuwin ocean current invites swimmers and the occasional pod of dolphins to frolic in its crystal-clear waters.

Busselton is a city made of, and for, stories – and there are plenty to discover while you’re here. One of the first things you’ll notice about Busselton is its iconic Jetty. Extending 1.8 kilometres out to sea, the Jetty is a remnant of the thriving timber industry of years gone by.

Follow the footpaths inland from the Foreshore, and you’ll quickly arrive at a collection of beautifully restored buildings which form the Busselton Cultural Precinct. Continue along the town centre’s arterial, Queen Street, where you’ll be shopping and dining alongside the locals.

At the end of Queen Street, turn left to find the Busselton Museum, which is home to a fully restored group settlement house, a 1920s school, and other historical memorabilia in the heritage-listed Old Butter Factory building. The Museum is part of the Busselton Heritage Trail, which you can follow with a dedicated audio guide or book available to purchase at the Museum or Busselton Visitor Centre.

For lovers of street art, explore the town’s vibrant Urban Art Work.

Complete your exploration of the town centre at the award-winning Origins Market.

Head here for a full list of Busselton businesses and services in the area or pick-up a copy of the Discover Busselton walking guide and map from the visitor centre.