Busselton is one of the cities in the state of Western Australia which is located at 220km south west of Perth, the capital city of the state, and 52km from Bunbury. The estimated population in Busselton as of 2015 census is 36,285 people and the Postcode of this region is 6280. The land area of this region covers around 1450km2. Also, the place is known for its sheltered beach and seasonal humpback whale populations.


Busselton has a town bus service operated by South West Coach Lines and it offers services to south west towns of Perth.

Climate conditions

Busselton enjoys a Mediterranean climate throughout the year. Summers are prevalently hot with the temperature hover around 28 deg Celsius and during the afternoon, one can experience the balmy sea breezes. However, the place brings abundant rainfall in the months of June and July, and the average recorded rainfall in a year is only 704mm.

Tourist attractions in Busselton

Busselton has been voted the Western Australia’s top tourist attraction in the foolwing years: 1995, 1996 and 2005. The place has some dazzling tourist sites such as Wonky Windmill Farm and Eco Park, Dolphin and Whale Watching, Boat tours, Busselton Visitor centre, Busselton Museum, Skydiving, Aquatastic etc.