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Things to See & Do

Park Layout

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CAMP KITCHEN BBQ

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FAMILY BATHROOM

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DUMP POINT

3KM TO TOWN

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OFFICE

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BIN STATIONS

In & Around Busselton... • The Tourist Bureau is located at: Busselton Foreshore, beach end of Queen St. Phone: 9752 5800. • The Town Jetty is two kilometres long, and was once reputed to be the longest timber jetty in Australia. The Underwater Observatory at the end of the Jetty is now open. • Busselton’s population exceeds 31,000. • Wonnerup House is a colonial-style house built in 1859. It has been restored by the National Trust and is located 10km east of the township.

• The old Courthouse has also been restored and is now home to an Arts Centre comprising a gallery, artists’ workshops and a coffee shop. • Southern Right Whales, Humpback Whales and dolphins are some of the region’s best attractions. Whales can be observed frolicking near the coastline in their annual migration from June until September, with Humpbacks lingering till December. Whale viewing cruises can be arranged (enquire at office), or try spotting whales and dolphins from the lookouts over

Facilities & Activities

COFFEE LOUNGE

ENTRANCE

BUSSELL

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POOL WATER PLAYGROUND

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HIGHWAY

BOUNDARY FENCE

Art & Craft Galleries Pottery Studios Ice Creamery Chocolate Factory Fine Dining Animal Farms Wildlife Parks Caves & Lighthouse Underwater Observatory

Winery Tours Whale Watching Bush Walking Wildflowers Horse Riding Beachcombing Swimming Fishing & Crabbing Diving Cheese Tasting

500M TO BEACH RAMP

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Heated Pool Heated Water Playground Children's Playground Giant Jumping Pillow Table Tennis Table Fully Equipped Camper's Kitchen Undercover BBQ Areas Wireless Internet Access Laundry Facilities Two Amenities Blocks (one with disabled access)

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TV Points to All Sites Bike Hire Pedal Kart Hire DVD Hire Guest Library Family Bathrooms Coffee Lounge NEOS 360 Playzone 100m to Beach

We hope you will enjoy your stay with us and we sincerely recommend the services listed for your convenience

Geographe Bay and at Cape Naturaliste, or further south at Cape Leeuwin. At Koombana Beach in Bunbury, 52 kms north, you will find the Dolphin Discovery Centre where you can go swimming with the dolphins (Phone: 9791 3088). • Visit nearby Dunsborough, a picturesque coastal town, on the way to beautiful beaches such as Meelup, Eagle Bay and Bunker Bay. • The rare red-tailed tropicbird has a nesting colony at the scenic Sugarloaf Rock.

10 EARNSHAW ROAD, BUSSELTON, WA, 6280

1300 BEACHLANDS www.beachlands.com.au


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