This is definitely a place to visit. Beautiful coastal strip, crystal clear waters with an abundance of marine life and a very nice cafe on the beach.

Some locals sitting on the remains of a pier.
The Busselton Jetty at 1841 metres is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. Built in many stages between 1865 and 1962 the jetty ceased operation in 1972. In 1978 Cyclone Alby devastated the oldest portion of the Jetty. The Jetty train is currently not running due to the lack of operating trains - they just don't have any working at the moment.
Shane on the Busselton Jetty.
Enjoying a late afternoon snack on the beach.
As is everyone else.
The shoreline at sunset.
The Jetty by night.

Up and around again the next morning.

Early in the morning a group of enthusiastic people swam along side the Jetty.

However we opted to just walk it again.


Then back to the car to relax for awhile before setting out and exploring the township of Busselton.

Busselton; a small little touristy town with a bit of everything.