Phil Hollett Gallery


Busselton Jetty Photography – Landscape Photography of Western Australia


Busselton Jetty is one of the most visited locations in the South West of Western Australia. It has recently been restored to a standard that will keep it as one of the tourist hotspots in Western Australia. It is nearly 2km long and is always an interesting walk. There is usually a variety of fishing activity going on and it is not unusual to see quite a bit of marine and bird life along its length, and dolphins are never too far away as well. At the start of the Jetty is the Interpretive Centre which has information about the jetty and its history as well as a wide variety of souvenir and gift items. At the far end is the Underwater Observatory which takes visitors 8 metres down into the marine world that exists beneath the surface. The jetty itself is highly regarded as an outstanding diving location due to the abundance of marine life that lives beneath the structure. Because the jetty is so long, the jetty train is used to ferry visitors to and from the observatory. When all that is done, there are restaurants, cafes and shady trees on the foreshore area.

This collection of Busselton Jetty Photography is available as framed and unframed prints in a variety of media.

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