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Discover the best things to see and do during your Busselton holiday
Busselton is a popular destination among travellers which is known for its sheltered beaches and humpback whale populations. Located in the South West region of Western Australia, visitors are greeted by spectacular views of the sea. Busselton is a relaxed destination and whilst it may not be as big as cities like Sydney and Melbourne, this hidden gem is a popular holiday destination.
Go on a culinary adventure
Swing by Laundry 28 and get to taste the best cooking in the South of Perth. The restaurant’s beef and lamb dishes are cooked to perfection and their desserts, such as the pavlova, are just as lovely. Another favorite among the locals is Al Forno, a restaurant that specializes in traditional European cooking. They offer reasonable meals that are cooked with lovely fresh ingredients. Enjoy popular favorites like Linguini chicken carbonara or Coq-au-vin the restaurant also offers take-away casseroles and pizzas.
Enjoy an unforgettable day out with the family at one of Busselton's parks
Go for a day trip to the Quindalup Fauna Park and get your children to interact with the friendly wallabies and kangaroos that freely roam the park. The Busselton Archery and Family Fun Park is another popular destination for kids that are five years old and over. Even with no experience, guests can learn archery. Take advantage of the bungee run and the adventure playground where your little ones can let loose enjoying rope courses and the flying fox.
Soak in the sights and sounds of nature
Located next to Busselton Jetty is Busselton beach, a fantastic place to unwind from busy city life with its calm and peaceful atmosphere. Indulge your senses as you stroll along its pristine white sand that stretches for about nine miles. Head to the Tuart Forest National Park and hike amidst the only pure tuart forest in the world. It houses the largest and tallest tree types in the Swan Coastal Plain, with some of the tress measuring more than 33m.
Take part in one of Australia's premiere film festivals
Another festival that shouldn’t be missed is the CinefestOZ Film Festival. Films and events are held in different cinemas, wineries, galleries and bars in an unforgettable five-day festival. Certainly, one of the most unique experiences in Busselton, guests can enjoy watching the best short films, documentaries and even indigenous feature films.
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