Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Jalan-jalan WA: Busselton Jetty, Busselton

Now, am going to continue on our previous holiday to Margaret River. The next stop after Bunbury Dolphin Discovery Centre was to Busselton Jetty! Alhamdulillah. Arrived there about 1pm, had ur lunch and enjoy the scenery. Great place for photography!

Busselton Jetty is approximately 2km across the Geographe Bay, the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. There are several other activities that you may interested in besides enjoying the wonderful scenery, Subhanallah such as Underwater Observary, Interactive Centre and also riding the Jetty train along the 2km jetty.

Since we're on a tight schedule, we only went to the Interative Centre, where the souveniors shop is. Once you reached the jetty, you can clearly see a blue building which is the Interactive Centre, there's a small Heritage Museum; with loads of information on the jetty itself and also where you buy tickets for both Underwater Observatory and for the Jetty Train. If you opt to purchase tickets online (which I strongly recommend especially for the Jetty Train), you may collect the tickets there too =)

Oh yes, the entrance fee for the jetty day pass is $2.50 for adult and free for the kids (16years and below). If you want to have a ride on the train and the Underwater, the tickets are $11 & $29.50 for adults and $6 & $14 for kids below 14 years of age respectively. There are special entry for family pass too. For more information on this, you may directly click to their official website here

Enjoy the photos of the lovely girls =)







The Interactive Centre
Stay tune for the next entry on our journey insyaAllah.

Don't forget to continue praying for our lovely brothers and sisters in Islam in Palestine! Pray harder!

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