The Best Places To Visit in Busselton

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Busselton, WA. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Old Butter Factory Complex, Peel Terrace, Busselton, WA 6280

Since 1975

History Museum, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Collections, Display Rooms Packed With Photographs, Equipment and Memorabilia, School Room Programs, Farm Machinery, Family, Social, Civic, Commercial & Maritime History

It has ten display rooms packed with photographs, equipment and memorabilia which trace the family, social, civic, commercial and maritime history of Busselton
Wed - Mon : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tue : Closed

This was a great find. We loved the hominess of this place. LOTS to see and very informative. The displays were well explained and very interesting. (Loved the chastity belt!!) The short video and butter-making equipment were new to us and enjoyable to see. The outbuildings were fun to visit and surprisingly open. Super to be so up-close to the numerous objects on display. The staff were pleasant and helpful. Highly recommend it!

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3L Queen St, Busselton, WA 6280

Since 1853

Tourist Attraction, Interpretive Centre and Heritage Museum, The Jetty Train Ride, The Underwater Observatory, The Deluxe Experience, Sunset Train Ride with Wine and Cheese, Underwater Observatory Night Tour, Beach Activities, Guided Walk Tours, Fishing Clinics, Mermaid Tours & Underwater Helmet Dives

Free Admission: Single child 0-16 years - Ride the Jetty Train to the Underwater Observatory and view some of the 300 different marine species that live below the water's surface

ABN 87 307 179 949

Price: Single Adult 17 years + $3.00
Mon - Sun : Open 24 hours

Busselton Jetty offers underwater observatory tours at $33. You will require to take the train to the end of the jetty, where the water is deeper. Unfortunately, the observatory was closed for viewing on the day wen went as the water was murky. The staff mentioned that the best time was September to March. What a waste. Do take note if you're heading down to give the jetty a call to check. The train still operates though and it takes 45 minutes both ways, leaving on the hour.

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935 Layman Rd, Wonnerup, Busselton, WA 6280

Since 1837

Heritage Museum, Collections, Exhibitions, School and Teacher's Programs, House, Homestead & Historic Sites

Free Admission for Members - The house was built in stages, with four rooms and a hall at the outset and a kitchen and scullery added around 1862

Price: Adult $5/person, Child/Concession $3, Group Booking $3/+10 persons & Family $12/2 Adults, 2 Children
Thu - Mon : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tue & Wed : Closed

Learnt of Wonnerup House from a history loving friend. We are glad we stopped in to see the homestead for ourselves. Being first settlers would have been hard work, but creating your own community, even with a school, would have been exciting and fulfilling. The first lady of the house, Amelia Curtis, floated in to 'say hello' too. We were later told that three of the past female occupants' spirits visit regularly. Well worth the trip in to see this piece of Western Australian history.

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