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ScienSea – National Science Week 2018

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Discover the amazing marine life that call the Jetty home and how they’re being protected at ScienSea as part of National Science Week 2018. Busselton Jetty for Schools and City of Busselton Libraries are excited to host these free after school activities. Amy Gornall, Busselton Jetty Communications Officer, said children could look forward to interesting…

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Accessibility at Busselton Jetty

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The Jetty is rich with the sights, sounds and smells of the ocean, making it an enriching and accessible outing for visitors with a range of disabilities. The Stocker Preston Express electric train, which runs the length of the 1.8km long Jetty, has space in it's carriages to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers. On the journey…

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Busselton Jetty for Schools Launch

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Busselton Jetty is taking marine education to local schools in a new program focusing on the colourful 153 year history and community value of the iconic heritage listed asset.   The incursion program has been designed for students in Year 4 to 6 and Year 7 to 10 and would also focus on biodiversity and conservation. Topics include history and…

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Globe Fish

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One of the more inquisitive species of fish found under the Jetty is the Globe fish (Diodon nicthemerus). Easily identified by its highly animated face it is commonly found on the seafloor. Although it has a smiley appearance it is one of the most poisonous fish that live in Geographe Bay. As members of the…

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