Experience our Sea of Discovery

Discover the New Marine Discovery Centre

Immerse yourself in our new innovative and educational onshore experience for all ages. Learn about our offshore Australian Marine Parks, the creatures of the deep and what you can do to look after our oceans. You can interact with microscopes, play hide & seek with sharks, come face to face with whales and drive an ROV to experience life underwater. 

Two grandparents and their granddaughter riding the Busselton Jetty Train while pointing out to the ocean.

Experience a serene journey on the Jetty Train

Embark on a 1.7-kilometre journey across the peaceful waters of Geographe Bay, guided by one of our skilled Train Drivers while listening to the history of the Jetty. 
You’ll be able to access the very end of the Jetty without the long walk and watch as the beauty of the bay unfolds before you. Our solar-powered electric train is the first of its kind and wheelchair friendly. 

Grandmother and granddaughter looking out 1 of the 11 Underwater Observatory window's at colourful coral and fish.

Explore the Underwater Observatory

Explore the depths of Geographe Bay and witness unbelievable marine life at the Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory. Descend 8 metres below the ocean to discover more than 300 different marine species and the country’s biggest artificial reef without getting wet. The Underwater Observatory is 1 of only 6 in the world. 

Be immersed in the Underwater Sculpture Park

Eight metres below the ocean surface at the end of the Busselton Jetty is a brand new, diverse and artistically eye-catching Underwater Sculpture Park featuring 13 stunning sculptures crafted by artists from across Western Australia!
Each artistic masterpiece is designed to extend the Jetty’s artificial reef; Australia’s largest and most immersive.


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