Deep Sea Pool & Undersea Walks - Busselton Jetty
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Deep Sea Pool & Undersea Walks

It’s a world first and its happening right here at the Busselton Jetty. Deep Sea Pool is located 1.7km out to sea, it’s a safe, fun and truly unique experience.

The Deep Sea Pool is an Olympic swimming pool sized area where you will discover the wonder under the Busselton Jetty. Explore beneath the water’s surface to see more than 300 different marine species. The Deep Sea Pool is a shark protected zone lined with 16 Ocean Guardians creating an electric barrier that deters sharks.

Deep Sea Pool will be available to the public from Friday the 20th of December, 2019. It is a seasonal attraction available Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday – click on the Book Online Button to view availability.  

Snorkel in the Deep Sea Pool 

Described as being, “an amazingly beautiful snorkel through a forest of coral”. Take comfort in the world first technology creating a shark deterrent while your discovering the ocean depths 1.7 kilometres along the jetty structure. 

Both guided and self guided snorkel tours are available. 

Undersea Walk in the Deep Sea Pool 

Almost everyone who can walk and breathe can SeaTREK!

Come for a wander underwater and enjoy the thrill of exploring the ocean and all its wonders, without the need for a dive course regardless of how fit or how good a swimmer you are.

Simply place a dive helmet on your head and descend down into the marine world beneath the Jetty.

Along with a wetsuit and tour sandals, you’ll be wearing a custom-made ‘breathe-easy’ SeaTREK helmet designed to let you breathe completely naturally underwater as you explore the wildlife around you.

Busselton Jetty Undersea Walk is the first of its kind in Australia and one of the first seabed walks in the world to operate without a compressor or air hoses. Instead you wear a dive helmet and self-contained backpack. So you are free at the bottom of the sea, truly able to experience the underwater world for yourself.

So if you’re after a thrill or perhaps you just want to see the jetty from a different perspective then the Underwater Helmet Walk is for you.

Check out a video here!