Day 3 of Western Australia Trip, The Goose & Busselton Jetty
We arrived at Busselton Jetty for lunch and headed over to The Goose Beach Bar and Kitchen. The food was great but a little pricey even for Australia standard. But it is right next to the jetty and we had a fabulous view of the sea and jetty while dining indoor.
Had a Seafood Chowder (AU$34.50) which is filled with lots of fresh ingredients and a Grilled Tasmanian Salmon with prawn and artichoke salad (can’t remember the price, and it is under Today’s special) ! One of the better meals we had.
The Busselton Jetty is 1.8 kilometres long and it is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere! It didn’t take very long to walk to and fro on the jetty in the perfect weather! For individuals who can’t walk the distance, there is also a Jetty Train which is really slow moving. You can also decide to buy entrance ticket to go down to their underwater observatory after viewing the live feed at the visitor centre.
Just keep walking.
Towards the end of the walk!