Busselton 

With an abundance of world class natural attractions and close proximity to the Margaret River wine region, the City of Busselton remains one of the State’s top tourist attractions. The region has a Mediterranean style climate, with pleasant summer months and mild winter rainfall. Bordered by the Indian and Southern oceans, the region's coastline features some of the best surfing beaches in the country, towering forests and established wine regions. Not only is Busselton blessed with a beautiful waterfront; calm, white-sand beaches; superb whale watching; and a lively foreshore with beachside cycle paths (you can ride all the way to Dunsborough), it also has a buzzing cultural hub with a great food and wine scene.

When visiting make sure you

  • Visit the iconic Busselton jetty
  • Visit some of the 150 wineries located in this area.
  • Go for swim in the crystal-clear blue ocean

Barnard Park, Busselton

The neighbourhood park is located on the sandy shores of Busselton. With a vast grassy expanse the park is a popular location for weddings and private functions. With a skateboarding ramps and picnic area ideal for family days out.

For more information visit www.busselton.wa.gov.au