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Busselton Australia

Busselton is a coastal town located in Western Australia's South West region, known for its long jetty, beautiful beaches, and wine region. The Busselton Jetty is the main attraction of the town, stretching for 1.8 km (1.1 mi) into the ocean. Visitors can walk or take a train ride along the jetty to see the underwater observatory, where they can view marine life through the large viewing windows.

The town also has a variety of beaches, including the popular West Busselton and Meelup beaches, which are perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and water activities like snorkeling and fishing. Busselton is also home to a thriving wine region, with several wineries and vineyards located within the area, offering tastings and tours.

Visitors can also explore the Busselton Heritage Trail, a self-guided tour that takes in the town's historic sites, including the Old Butter Factory, the Busselton Courthouse, and the Busselton Jetty Heritage Trail.

The Busselton Foreshore, a vibrant area with playgrounds, water playgrounds, picnic areas, barbecue facilities and a Jetty Train. The area also features events and festivals throughout the year, such as the Busselton Jetty Swim, the Busselton Ironman and the Busselton Festival of Triathlon.

Overall, Busselton is a great destination for those looking for a mix of outdoor activities, history, and culture. With its beautiful beaches, historic sites, and delicious wines, Busselton offers something for everyone to enjoy.

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