The best place in Busselton to capture a sunset is the town’s iconic heritage listed jetty. Stretching almost 2 km into the waters of Geographe Bay, it’s the longest timber piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Construction began in 1865, starting with just 161 metres, before further extensions were made over the years.
Located south of Perth, it takes around two and a half hours by car to get to Busselton. The jetty is a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike. It’s a nice walk to the end, and there’s an under water aquarium, which is well worth a visit when it’s open. Alternatively there’s a little train to ride on if you don’t fancy the walk.
This photograph was taken with my Sony A77, at 20 mm with a 13 second long exposure.