A two hour drive south of Perth, lies the sheltered shores of Geographe Bay. Voted as one on the top 10 places in the world by Lonely Planet, the region is famed for its breathtaking natural beauty. Busselton Visitor’s Centre is a one stop shop for planning and booking your holiday to this region.
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Busselton Visitors Centre
For accommodation, tours and transport bookings and friendly local advice on the best things to see and do in the region, Busselton Visitors Centre provides a one stop shop.
The Centre offers:
- An efficient booking service
- Award winning Visitor Guide and Map
- An impressive showcase of local products and souvenirs.
The Centre is staffed by professionally trained staff who provide local, on ground support for planning holidays. Staff provide tailored assistance and have up to date product knowledge. A visit to Busselton Visitors Centre takes the hassle out of travel planning. All aspects of a holiday are catered for from booking accommodation and tours to recommending new restaurants or attractions.
Free Travel Guide and Map
A free travel guide and map is available from the Visitor Centre. This publication won gold at the 2010 Tourism Awards and is important in assisting visitors to navigate their way around the region and to make the most of their holiday to the region.
The Visitor Centre staff can also assist with group bookings, particularly for weddings, conferences and other events where there are a range of logistical factors that need to be considered.
For those who can’t get to the Visitor Centre, the website offers services including an itinerary planner, interactive mapping, instantly confirmed accommodation and tour bookings (with some great last minute specials and hot deals on offer) as well as a comprehensive business directory of local businesses.
The Visitors Centre offers modern and comfortable facilities including free local newspapers, and other community information via a public noticeboard, free internet access to geographebay.com and an enticing retail section promoting local products and artworks. In addition, the Visitor Centres offers public toilets and telephones and has disabled access.