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  Unit 7, 89 Erindale Road, Balcatta, Perth, Western Australia, 6021
Busselton Jetty 

Recognised as one of Australia’s top shore dives, the Busselton Jetty is home to over 300 marine species. As you descend below the ocean’s surface you will be see the natural wonders that lie beneath the Jetty where its 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.

The Busselton Jetty structure and surrounding water is multi-use, and for the enjoyment of all visitors, understanding the below information will ensure you have a great diving experience. As a dive site, there are multiple access points to the water, a maximum depth of 8m and low currents in fair weather.

The jetty is accesible 24hous a day, but there is a $4/day pass required to be bought to be able to have access to the jetty. the jetty is 1.8km long, for those snorrkelling or wishing to use the observatory then there is a train that runs, unfortunately due to their health and safety regulations they do not transport scuba gear.

We offer a night dive trip to the end of the busselton jetty, when the sun goes down, the Wonder Under the Jetty truly comes to life, with a whole new accompanying cast of sealife coming out to join the invertebrates, hard and soft corals and fish that surround you during the day. It truly is a stunning experience, the floor is covered with all kinds of debris, iron tracks jetty pylons and, the marine life just seems to explode, such Tiny pigmy leatherjackets, mosaic leatherjackets, sea horses, box fish, spiny globe fish, huge schools of old wives, Australian tailor, buffalo bream, yellowtail, bullseye and trevally also make use of the pylons and the jetty for their home. Bottom dwellers include Port Jackson sharks, fiddler rays, large stingrays, cuttlefish, octopus, hermit crabs, a variety colourful nudibranchs, and beautiful cowries. Visits by seals are also not uncommon.

The Busselton Jetty's new and amazing underwater art Sculptures have been submerged since May 2023 which the local marine life have already taken sanctuary
busselton jetty underwater sculptures  

Cost: $95

- Transportation from the marina to the dive site via boat.
- Water on the boat for after your dive.

Not Included:
- Scuba gear (hired at additional cost)
- Accommodation
- Air refills
- Transportation to or from the Port