Busselton Jetty, situated at the eastern end of Geographe Bay, in Busselton, is one of the most recognizable icons in Western Australia. The Jetty currently stands at 1.841km in length making it the largest timber piled Jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It is now used exclusively for tourism and recreation, but it has a colorful past as a working Jetty.
They will be offering some free online, virtual things to do from home while enjoying an ocean view of the longest Jetty in the Southern Hemisphere including:
Virtual Running or Cycling on the Jetty – put on your Smart TV and exercise in front of the TV;
Virtual Dancing on the Jetty – send us your best videos (think Celeste Barber imitations);
Virtual Personal Training with Home Made Hand Weights on the Jetty – by our Safety Manager Orlando;
Virtual Yoga on the Jetty – with UWO Tour Guide and Personal Trainer Sean;
Virtual Walking on the Jetty for those who want to do something a bit calmer;
Virtual Busselton Jetty Train Ride – commentary by our Train Driver Paul;
Marine Education workshops – with Marine Scientist Amy;
360 degree Virtual Tour of the Underwater marine life;
Virtual Day and Night Tours of the Jetty –with Marine Scientist Sophie and Tour Guide Neil.
The FREE options above are now available at https://www.busseltonjetty.com.au/virtualtours
The Live Tours are $11 and will run every day at 2 pm WA time except Easter Friday and Sunday at: https://www.busseltonjetty.com.au/live-tours/