Grand Mercure Busselton AVC
Clean and stylish, these apartments are a fantastic place to stay for families. Great BBQ facilities, a superb pool and spa, and extensive sports facilities (gym, tennis and squash courts) all combine to make the Grand Mercure excellent value for money. You're not too far from the beach, either!
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Experiences in Australia

Busselton is about 3 hrs south of Perth. It is a popular seaside resort, as there are very good surf beaches here as well as plenty of other water activities.

Yallingup Beach

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Amalfi Resort
Situated in Australia's beautiful South West and at the gateway to the Margaret River wine region.
This 4-star hotel offers affordable family holiday accommodation that is only a short stroll from the beach. Living units consist of fully self-contained villas with 2 and 3 bedrooms.
Guests can enjoy a leisurely game of tennis, or simply relax around the outdoor pool, spa and barbecue area. Alternatively, guests can cycle along the foreshore or take a stroll along the sandy beaches of Geographe Bay or head out to explore the South West region.


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Broadwater Beach Resort
Nestled on the edge of the sparkling waters of beautiful Geographe Bay, Broadwater Beach Resort provides the perfect base for exploring Western Australias famous wineries, galleries and beaches. Located in Busselton, a pleasant 2.5 hours' drive south of Perth, Broadwater Beach Resort lies at the heart of some of the region's most spectacular scenery. The resort has an impressive range of 4-star facilities in a beautifully landscaped environment. They include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a tennis court, mini golf and a children's playground.


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Grand Mercure Apartments Busselton
The Grand Mercure Apartments Busselton offers beachfront accommodation on the edge of the stunning Geographe Bay. This all-apartment property is an ideal base to explore the amazing Margaret River wine region and all the area has to offer. Guests can visit the local wineries, stunning beaches, beautiful coastlines – all within


Busselton attractions

Busselton Jetty
The longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, a curved construction stretching 1,837 metres out to sea and good for fishing and crabbing. The jetty is also used by snorkellers and scuba divers, as there are corals here as well as colourful fishes.

Bunyip Craft Centre
A total of 150 craftspeople show and sell their wares here. Bunyip Road (08 9752 1159).

Busselton Historic Museum
The Busselton Historic Museum is housed in the Old Butter Factory in Peel Terrace. The museum includes the old butter making machinery and a working timber mill.

Located near the Jetty, this aquarium has a white pointer as well as many other varieties of fish and stingrays. Geographe Bay Road.

Old Court House
Here you can find plenty of information on the area at the information centre, as well as an art gallery, artists studios, book and craft shops and a cafe. 4 Queen Street.

State Tuart Forest
If you want to see trees that are 300-400 years old, this is the forest to explore. Located north of Busselton. Bussell Highway.

St. Mary’s Anglican Church
St. Mary’s Anglican Church was built in 1848 and is the oldest stone church in Western Australia. It was built under the guidance of John Bussell, who gave his name to the town.

Yallingup Beach
Known by all the world's top surfers, and each November is host to the Margaret River Surfing Classic.

Yallingup Cave
These stunning limestone caves are full of stalactites and stalagmites. Caves Road (08 9755 2152).


HMASS Swan The wreck of the HMASS Swan is located in the waters off Dunsborough. Being the most accessible wreck in the Southern Hemisphere, it makes a great spot for diving. Dunsborough was first proclaimed a town in 1877 and until the mid 1950's was nothing more than a small fishing village with only beach shacks. Today, the town had grown and is known for art, music and plenty of market days. Paula Duggan

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