Busselton is a seaside town near the Margaret River scenic area. There is a long bridge here which is the longest wooden building in the southern hemisphere. The long bridge stretches to the center of the sea. It is very spectacular and forms a beautiful scenery.
Depart around 4 o'clock to watch the sunset in JETTY in town. This trestle bridge is very long, it takes nearly two hours to walk back and forth. That day was a weekend, and the free parking lot next to it was full. Many people went to the bridge to fish and watch the sunset.
A place not to be missed by car on the South Coast of Western Australia. From Perth, you can follow the route "Mitchell Fwy-Kwinana Fwy-Forrest Hwy-Old Coast Rd-Australind Bypass-Bunbury Bypass-Bussell Hwy" , And very close to Bunbury (Bunbury).
The scenery is beautiful and a good place to take pictures. Jetty is so beautiful at sunset.
This is built of wood and is the longest wooden building in the southern hemisphere