The Busselton Jetty is home to one of only five underwater observatories in the world!
Every school holidays we head down south to stay with our Aunty, every year we visit the Jetty, but this time we got to ride the new Jetty Train out to sea, to visit the Underwater Observatory at the end of the Jetty.
Now our lambs are a little older, they had a ball exploring the sea, with coral and fish galore!
The Jetty's piles create Australia’s greatest artificial reef, host to an awe inspiring “forest” of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates.
Underwater Observatory is only possible via a tour which includes a complimentary return Jetty Train ride, a 40 minute guided tour of the Observatory with an experienced guide and a Jetty Day Pass and is must if you are heading south in summer!
We also stopped at ArtGeo and saw these amazing pieces by Miik Green - definietly need and want!