Busselton Jetty, Train Ride & Underwater Observatory
Departs from Perth Daily - Minimum Numbers are needed to run this tour
For urgent bookings during the weekend or within 24 hours, call us on +61 8 9221 2400.
- Adult: AUD $215
- Child: AUD $140
- Senior: AUD $210
- Departs: Perth daily at 7:30 am.
- Returns: Perth at appx. 6:00 pm
Freshly cooked light lunch is included.
Take a train ride into the ocean and discover breathtaking coastal beauty. Go underwater and learn about Dolphins in Bunbury.
- After your city accommodation pick up we travel south passing by the townships of Rockingham & Mandurah to reach the heritage listed 152-year-old Busselton Jetty.
- Busselton was a very popular farming & forest town in years past & was a major export port for West Australian products. The heritage-listed Busselton Jetty extends 1.8 kilometres across the stunning Geographe Bay and is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
- At your own leisure, you may embark on a train ride along the jetty across the calm waters of Geographe Bay.
- Descend 8 metres below the ocean floor to view the awe-inspiring Underwater Observatory, where you will discover sub-tropical corals, sponges, invertebrates and schools of fish that thrive in the area.
- After an enjoyable time enjoying the aquatic sights in Bunbury & Busselton, drive past the picturesque Yalgorup National Park where 10 coastal lakes lie and marvel at the estuary township of Mandurah and Rockingham while travelling back on the Farmer & Kwinana freeway before concluding the tour back to the city of Perth.