Busselton Visitor Centre
Telephone: 08 9752 5800
Hours: Monday- Friday: 9.00am-5.00pm, Saturday, Sundays & Public Holidays: 9.30am-4.30pm. Open 9-3.30pm on Christmas Eve. Closed Christmas Day.
Whether you are a regular to the region or a first time visitor, no trip is complete without a stop by the award-winning Busselton Visitor Centre.
For all the great things to see and do, speak to the local experts!
DetailsBusselton Visitor Centre offers a comprehensive accommodation, tour and transport booking service, friendly local advice on the best things to see and do in the region, and a great range of local gifts and souvenirs.
Arriving and not wanting to travel too far?
A local wanting to stock up on the regions delicious essentials?
Sending a package to loved ones?
We have it covered!
A large range of the best gourmet and local products. From cheese, jam, fudge, chocolate, olive oil, pottery, relish, soaps and SO much more.
Drop in to pick up your FREE comprehensive Visitor Guide and Map.
Travelling further afield?
Did you know we can book you anywhere in Australia specialising in the South West Corner?
Are you planning a trip to the region for a conference, sporting event or special occasion?
Take advantage of our FREE booking service and leave the hard work to us. The expert staff at the Geographe Bay Tourism Association have a detailed knowledge of more than 100 accommodation properties with a diverse range of conference and function facilities and can secure great rates for groups of 10 or more. We also offer tailored touring options to suit your needs and budget. Contact our dedicated groups expert today!
The City of Busselton is the events capital of Regional W.A.
In 2010 Lonely Planet voted the South West Corner as one of the top ten regions to Visit in the World!
Busselton Jetty named in Australias top 10 snorkel spots!
WAs newest marine park officially created: Ngari Capes Marine Park covers about 124,000ha and extends from Geographe Bay near Busselton to Augusta, including the waters between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. The Minister said 15 sanctuary zones covering about 11 per cent of the marine park would give the highest level of protection to wildlife and habitat, as well as providing for ongoing scientific research. "The sanctuary zones also permit a range of recreational activities including surfing, swimming, diving, snorkeling, boating, sailing and kayaking," he said. "The vast majority of the marine park is open to fishing, with 93 per cent of the coastline available for recreational fishing. The Government has achieved the right mix of conservation, recreation and commercial activity for one of WAs iconic marine settings."
2013 Gold WA Tourism Award - Visitor Information and Services
2011 Bronze Tourism Award - Visitor Information and Servicing
2010 Gold Tourism Award - Geographe Bay Visitor Guide
2005 Top Tourism Town
Whilst we provide a free booking service cancellations of confirmed bookings (where payment has been made) will attract an AUD$22 cancellation fee. The administration fee is in addition to the cancellation fee of the service provider / operator. We reserve the right to offer alternative accommodation / tours of a similar standard in the case of the accommodation / tour operator overbooking their property or for any reason beyond our control.
Map & Directions
The Busselton Visitor Centre is located on the Busselton foreshore next to the Busselton Jetty. Look for the big lighthouse tower!
Access and ample parking is available at the beach end of Queen Street or via the Goose Cafe carpark accessed from Geographe Bay Rd.
Alternative route for Caravan/camper Access: We suggest that caravan or large vehicles access the foreshore via West Street or Brown Street.