Undalup, Busselton is the seaside gateway to the Margaret River Region on Wadandi Booja – Saltwater peoples country. It‘s where beach holiday memories are made.

Located on Geographe Bay, Busselton allures holiday makers with its seemingly endless stretches of white sandy beaches, crystal clear protected waters, and relaxed family friendly atmosphere.  Most who visit return again and again, enticed by the city’s thriving events calendar or just to relish in life’s simple pleasures and enjoy nostalgic rituals, many of which centre around the town’s famous timber jetty.

Busselton is also the perfect base to explore the region and its key towns: Dunsborough, Yallingup Cowaramup, Margaret River, and Augusta.  Breathtaking views and endless adventures await those who disperse through the region – from towering forests and ancient caves to rugged coastline and secluded beaches. And of course, the region is also internationally acclaimed for its gourmet food, award winning wine and boutique beer. All of your senses will be delighted!

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41,041 (2021 Census)

Maximum temperature (avg year): 22 °C
Minimum temperature (avg year): 11 °C
Average Rainfall (avg year): 864mm


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Temperature Icon 18°C
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Humidity 62 %
Pressure 1017 mb
Wind 36 Km/h
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Sunrise: 7:23 am
Sunset: 5:17 pm

The beloved Busselton Jetty is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, and the focal point of our swim.

Extending almost 2km out over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, the Jetty is most popular tourist attraction in the region, and is cherished by generations of locals and visitors who stroll along it, jump off it, fish from it, snorkel under it and (of course) swim around it each year.

Used as a trade port until 1972 and has been ravaged by both fire and cyclone, the Busselton Jetty survives today thanks to the tremendous support of the local community and the hundreds of thousands of visitors.

Underneath the Jetty, the marine life is thriving. Described as Australia’s greatest artificial reef, the Busselton Jetty is host to an awe inspiring “forest” of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals sponges, fish and invertebrates. More recently a dive trail has been created around the Jetty with the installation of 13 Underwater Sculptures for marine life to colonise.

To get a glimpse of the amazing underwater world without getting wet, catch the train to The Underwater Observatory, at the end of the Jetty. Or to learn more about the Jetty’s rich past and its exciting future visit the Busselton Jetty Interpretive Centre.

There are other major events happening in our region on the same weekend as the Busselton Jetty Swim in 2024 so be sure to book your accommodation early!


605 Bussell Highway, Busselton WA 6280
Reservations: (08) 9750 4200

Our friends at Aqua Resort have an amazing offer for Jetty Swimmers – book now and save, PLUS a late check out! 

  • 15% off our best available rates
  • Valid for ALL houses
  • Minimum three night stay
  • Complimentary late departure at 1pm so you can relax and unwind 

Aqua Resort has a choice of 1 to 5 bedroom Self-contained Beach Houses, many with their own private heated plunge pool, the Aqua Resort can accommodate the largest of family gatherings through to the most intimate of getaways.

Click the link below and use the promo code “JETTYSWIM2024” to book today!

Valid on stays from 8 February 2024 to 14 February 2024.

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Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association - Busselton Visitor Centre

Email: welcome@margaretriver.com

An extensive range of accommodation is available in Busselton and surrounding towns, including chalets, youth hostels, caravan parks, bed and breakfasts and five star resorts. 

Busselton Visitor Centre: 9780 5911

The staff at the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association will happily help you with your enquiries.  The Association provides a free booking service for accommodation and tours from the Busselton Visitor Centre.

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equinox cafe & restaurant

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email: enquiries@theequinox.com.au

website: https://theequinox.com.au

On the Foreshore, Beachfront Busselton
Open 7 days for breakfast, lunch & dinner
Bookings: Ph (08) 9752 4641

The Goose

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The Goose is back! 

Sitting right on the beach at the foot of the Busselton Jetty the Goose is the spot for everyone, cocktails at sunset, local craft brews, weekend breakfast or a special dinner out.

Shelter Brewing Co

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Email hello@shelterbrewing.com.au

website: https://shelterbrewing.com.au/

On the foreshore at the foot of Busselton Jetty.  Open 7 days.  Call 08 9754 4444 to book.

Miami Bakehouse

The Miami Bakehouse is a great place to stop on your way down-south, with several convenient locations at: Falcon near Halls Head, both Forrest Highway Ampol Midway Services rest stops, and in Myalup next to Puma Roadhouse.  

Relax and recharge in Miami Bakehouse’s outdoor picnic area amongst beautiful hand-painted kangaroos while you enjoy a barista made coffee and something to eat from their delicious selection of handmade pies, wraps, sandwiches and sweet treats!

Take that much needed break with caravan parking, plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, designated dog friendly area, picnic tables, children’s play area, bathrooms and baby changing facilities all in a relaxed environment.



If you’re hiring a car for your trip to Busselton, Europcar has the range, service, capabilities and coverage to assist.  Europcar also has a mechanical services workshop in all locations to ensure vehicle safety and reliability across their fleet.

Next time you need a car, ute, truck, bus, 4wd or even hybrid make sure to contact Europcar, your local vehicle rental company, on 1300 HIRE ME or www.europcar.com.au. Their Busselton branch is located at 16 Queen Street, Busselton. 

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