Busselton is a small town south of Perth, along the coast of West Australia. The area is known for its dive, snorkel, swim spots, but Busselton is especially known for this jetty. Evidently, the pier is the longest wooden pier in the southern hemisphere. Go figure. The strong currents and weather against the aging platform has closed much of the jetty to the public, but for a small fee you are welcome to explore the museum describing the jetty’s history. Of course, we declined.
Incidentally, Busselton was also home that day to a delightful outdoor market. Everything from arts and crafts, clothing, produce and baked goods were for sale. I purchased some figs and later cursed myself for not buying some honey too.