Plan Your Visit
Arrive early – Your itinerary below reflects a suitable time for arrival at the jetty. By arriving early you’re ensuring a relaxed check in experience with sufficient time to make your way onto the train.
Hydration Stations – Water fountains are located along the Busselton foreshore and on the jetty itself. If you don’t have a reusable bottle, we’ve got you covered, drop into the Interpretive Centre to purchase one of our souvenir bottles, starting from $9.95.
Map – There are interpretive panels, memorial plaques, wind vanes, swimming platforms, a life size whale mural, selfie direction dial and much more. So whether you’re wandering the jetty or taking the train, click here to ensure you don’t miss out on anything by downloading an electronic copy of the Busselton Jetty Map.
Footwear – We recommend that you wear comfortable shoes. There are uneven surfaces along the jetty so flat shoes are preferred. Please mind your step.
Prams – Unfortunately the Underwater Observatory and Jetty Train are unable to cater for prams. During your tour, prams may be chained to the Jetty structure for a $10 deposit, please see the Interpretive Centre staff for further information. We recommend use of a baby carrier.
Refreshments – There is a small café’ located at the Underwater Observatory. Here we offer hot beverages and local baked goods.
The Busselton Jetty Precinct is home to three outstanding cafes/restaurants. The Equinox Café and Bar and Shelter Brewery have exceptional views with both indoor and outdoor seating. If you’re after something a little more casual and quick we recommend the Beach Shack Takeaway, next to the Equinox Café and Bar.
Things to do – There’s more to do at the Busselton foreshore! Spend time at the skatepark, toddler playground with train or giant ship playground with water play.