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We spent most mornings at the bay, walking up and down the bay
The water is calm and pleasant, its shallow so its safe for kids. At one point, while we were walking we saw a baby sting ray close to the shore, which was...More
Superb visit and a beautiful location in this far corner of WA! There are plenty of places to stay, which are essentialy good holiday stopoffs for Perth residents, as Busselton is an easy option by road. Busy in summer but lots of htings to do,...More
Been to Busselton/Geographe Bay twice previously; being fair and honest you won't find any staff except the reception ladies (who will disappear by 7pm) or the restaurant staff (which shuts by 8pm). Service is just OK, it was much better. Towels are only provided only...More
Beautiful walks, lovely beaches, nice township and placed strategically for reaching out to the South West.
We will definitely return again... and again.
We definitely recommend the Indian Curry Wagon on the foreshore in the evenings.
We traveled in and around this bay, it was beautiful. The walking trails close to the beach allowed us panoramic views across the bay and direct access to the sandy beaches.
As we drove along its perimeter, we enjoyed the parks, beaches, jetty's, townships and...More
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It will be windy, but November is even more windy, you will always get wind along the coast any time of the year, I used to go to the south west as a child and can always remember the wind, the trick is always go early in... More
It will be windy, but November is even more windy, you will always get wind along the coast any time of the year, I used to go to the south west as a child and can always remember the wind, the trick is always go early in the morning before the wind starts to get stronger, every day is different, some less windy than others.