Attractions

Busselton Jetty

Busselton Jetty, the second longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, is a magnet for scuba divers and fishers alike. You can also view the magnificent marine life at the underwater observatory.

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HMAS Swan Wreck

The 2750t, 140m long HMAS Swan was scuttled in Geographe Bay in December 1997. Now a world-class dive wreck, 30m deep in clear waters.

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Shelley Beach Ngari Capes

Shelley Beach at Bunker Bay is a perfect location for snorkelling and swimming.

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Hamelin Bay

Ngari Capes

Hamelin Bay has numerous tiny islands, reefs and beautiful clear waters. It is well known for the stingrays that patrol the shallows.

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Bunker Bay

Ngari Capes

Bunker Bay is a great spot for beach combing, with pretty scenery and an interesting walk trail.

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Sugarloaf Rock

Ngari Capes

This photogenic rock near Cape Naturaliste is named for its distinctive conical shape and is a popular stop for sightseers.

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South Point

Ngari Capes

South Point is a popular surf break on the southern side of Cowaramup Bay at Gracetown.

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Redgate Beach

Ngari Capes

This beautiful sandy beach nestled between rocky outcrops is also renowned for the Redgate surf break.

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Camping and Accommodation

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