My ride on the Busselton jetty train!
Last week, in my quest to find out if the East or West coast has the better beaches, I checked out the Busselton foreshore and jetty in Western Australia. The Busselton jetty is 1841 metres long, and was originally built as a working jetty. Now though, the jetty is one of WA’s most recognisable tourist attractions. It features an underwater observatory, and an iconic red train, which shuttles visitors from the beach, to the end of the jetty, and back. Here’s a little glimpse of my ride on the famous Busselton jetty train!
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