Almost everyone who can walk and breathe can SeaTREK!
Come for a wander underwater. Enjoy the thrill of exploring the ocean and all its wonders, without the need for a dive course, and 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 Busselton Jetty.
Along with a wetsuit and tour sandals, you’ll be wearing a custom-made ‘breathe-easy’ SeaTREK helmet (worth a cool $20,000!) designed to let you breathe completely naturally underwater as you explore the wildlife around you.
All equipment and training will is provided by SeaTREK’s team of dive professionals. Just bring your swimwear, a towel and sun-smart clothing and come on down to get up close and very personal with some stunning marine life.
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!
Dive or Snorkel with Dive Busselton Jetty
Experience the marine wonderland beneath the Jetty for yourself! Join our team of friendly and helpful dive professionals 1.6 kilometres out to sea for
– a snorkel next to
– or a SCUBA dive below
the pylons and marine life of the 153 year-old Busselton Jetty. Its an amazing, eerie, wonder-filled place to be that just about anyone aged 12+ can come and experience for themselves. For many people, getting up close and personal with the marine world is one of the best experiences of their lives!
Launched by the co-founder of the whaleshark tour previously voted Best Adventure Tour in WA at the Western Australian Tourism Awards, Dive Busselton Jetty invites guests from around the world to experience the Busselton Jetty up close and personal for themselves. Fit, healthy swimmers and divers very welcome… and everyone else too! If you can walk, and breath, come and experience the Busselton Jetty.