Bunbury Geographe attractions

Landmark in Busselton

Busselton Jetty

Busselton's 1865 timber-piled jetty – the southern hemisphere's longest (1841m) – reopened in 2011 following a $27-million refurbishment. A little train chugs along to the Underwater Observatory, where tours take pl…
Wildlife Reserve in Bunbury

Dolphin Discovery Centre

Around 60 bottlenose dolphins live in the bay year-round, their numbers increasing to 260 in summer. This centre has a beachside zone where dolphins regularly come to interact with people in the shallows and you can…
Observatory in Busselton

Underwater Observatory

The town of Busselton boasts the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere, at 2km. Constructed in 1865, it reopened to the public in early 2011 following a refurbishment. At the shore end is a free and friend…
Zoo in Bunbury

Bunbury Wildlife Park

Parrots, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, owls and emus all feature. Across the road, the Big Swamp wetlands has good walking tracks and stops for birdwatching. Head south on Ocean Dr, turn left at Hayward St and cont…
Lighthouse in Cape Naturaliste

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Built in 1903, this lighthouse can be visited on tours. There's also a free museum and a cafe. Above and Below (adult/child $30/15) packages combining lighthouse entry with Ngilgi Cave are also available.
Gallery in Busselton

ArtGeo Cultural Complex

Grouped around the old courthouse (1856), this complex includes tearooms, wood turners, an artist-in-residence and the Busselton Art Society's gallery, selling works by local artists.
Gallery in Bunbury

Bunbury Regional Art Galleries

Housed in a restored pink convent (1897), this excellent gallery has a collection that includes works by Australian art luminaries Arthur Boyd and Sir Sidney Nolan.
Church in Bunbury

St Mark's (Old Picton) Church

Built in 1842 using wattle and daub construction, this is WA's second-oldest church.
Historic Building in Busselton

Wonnerup House

A white-washed National Trust homestead (1859)
Museum in Busselton

Busselton Museum

Local history in an old butter factory.