Underwater Observatory

Observatory in Busselton

The town of Busselton boasts the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere, at 1.84km. Constructed in 1865, it reopened to the public in early 2011 following a refurbishment. At the shore end is a free and friendly small museum; at the ocean end is the underwater observatory where more than 300 marine species can be viewed at a depth of 8m.