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Amblin Holiday Park nestled in Geographe Bay at Busselton, is an easy three hour drive, 229km south of Perth. Busselton has been a popular holiday spot for West Australians since the 1890s. Beautiful beaches, excellent fishing, caves, coastline scenery, unspoiled bushland surrounds and world-class wineries are all in close proximity to this delightful seaside town. Busselton is one of West Australias earliest settlements and northern gateway to the Margaret River Wine Region, offering a diverse range of attractions in Western Australia's 'Natural Playground'. Amblin Holiday Park, with direct beach access to Geographe Bay, is the perfect base from which to discover all the beauty and delights of this natural holiday mecca.
Margaret River: Busselton is the ideal base to tour the Margaret River region and to explore the many wineries and galleries of the area. The festival of Busselton is held in January each year, as is the Yachting Regatta.
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse: Close to Busselton, the Tuart Forest National Park is a great place to lose yourself as you seek these delicate flowers. Historical buildings of interest include Western Australias first Butter Factory, St. Marys Church the oldest stone church in Western Australia and the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse that was built in 1904. The well established Busselton town centre, pretty scenery, friendly people and diverse range of activities make Busselton an ideal place for families, couples and friends.
Busselton Wildflowers: Wildflowers are a significant feature of this part of Australias South West. People flock to the areas surrounding Busselton to view golden feather flowers, the vivid reds and pinks of boronia and leschenaultia and striking, felty kangaroo paws in different colours.
Geographe Bay is the western boundary of Busselton. And an ideal location to walk or laze on the beach, swim in the clear waters or relax in a restaurant or cafe.
The Busselton Jetty is counted in the top ten dive jetties in the world. The Heritage-listed Busselton Jetty is a wooden structure that extends 2km out into Geographe Bay.
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