Busselton | Longest Jetty

Busselton Jetty

It was an interesting walk. 37 minutes elapsed between my first photo standing on the beach and my last selfie with a view down the peer. Dads and sons were fishing off the bridge, people walked silently as the sun slowly sank and the sound of seagull ruined the quiet serene. Bloody seagulls!

The Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the Southern hemisphere with a total length of 1181meters (1.8 kms) It was a nice walk, too dark to see anything of interest but it was a nice unwind to the end of a busy day. I slept at a near by park that night and took a cold shower here the next morning. So cold!

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The Busselton Jetty is 1.841km long. It is the longest timber piled jetty in the southern hemisphere and is operated by a non-profit community organisation known as Busselton Jetty Inc. Proceeds from ticket sales contribute to jetty maintenance and conservation.