Busselton Jetty

Visit Busselton Jetty, the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. The jetty measures 1,841 metres in length and ceased commercial use in 1971. The jetty features a rail line along its length, a relic of the railway line into Busselton from Bunbury. The line now carries tourists along the jetty to an underwater observatory, one of only six natural aquariums in the world, which opened to the public in 2003.