30-32 Gale Street, Busselton
Located in the heart of Busselton, enjoy a short walk to the main shopping area or to the beach and famous Busselton Jetty.
was one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia. It was first
settled by the Bussell family, who relocated there from their location
on the Blackwood River near Augusta after John Garrett Bussell
discovered superior farm land in the area. The Bussells moved to the
area in 1834, establishing a cattle station which they named Cattle Chosen.
- Five fully self-contained three-bedroom units
- Each unit sleeps six people
- A leisurely stroll from the Busselton Jetty.
- Lonely Planet voted the South West corner of Australia as one of the top ten regions to visit in the World!
- Ride the Jetty train or take a walk along the famous Busselton Jetty
- Visit the Underwater Observatory at the end of the Jetty
- Busselton Jetty was named in Australia’s top 10 snorkel spots
- Take a walk or bike ride along the Geographe Bay Road foreshore cycle path
- Swim at any of the nearby stunning beaches
- Visit the extensive wine regions including the Margaret River area
- Explore the many local galleries
- Go fishing or play a relaxing game of golf
- Visit Augusta, Margaret River, Yallingup, Dunsborough – to name but a few!
- Visit the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and further south to Cape Leewin at Augusta
the breathtaking Ngilgi Cave at Yallingup and Jewel, Lake, Mammoth and
Moondyne Caves in the Margaret River/Augusta area
- In the season (May – December), book a whale watching tour
is regarded as one of the premier holiday destinations in Western
Australia. Not only the gateway to the famous wine region, it is also
the central point to explore Geographe bay and the likes of
Dunsborough, Yallingup and further south again to Augusta.
is also home to the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere
stretching almost 2 km out to sea. The jetty is now the site of an
underwater observatory and an interpretive centre. It is also said to
be the third longest wooden structure in the world and provides a
wonderful place to catch a feed of fish, squid or crabs!
Margaret River Wine Region is a premium boutique wine region and is
responsible for three per cent of Australia's wine production (yet
supplies no less than 20% of the premium wine market). Visitors will
find vineyards dotting the picturesque hillsides throughout the region.
The region is home
to many highly skilled artists who open their studios to the public for
viewing and sale of work. In addition, there are several larger
galleries and many winery cellar doors showcasing collections of superb
original works including paintings, furniture crafted from local
timber, pottery, photography, sculpture and jewellery.