The Busselton Foreshore Amphitheatre is located alongside the protected waters of Geographe Bay – famous for the Busselton Jetty, cafes, restaurants, and plenty of open space to relax and enjoy the sunshine.
As part of our new ‘On Tour’ services, PIJF is setting up for the day in the Foreshore Amphitheatre, which also offers up endless white sandy beach, shallow waters, playgrounds, shaded picnic areas with public BBQ’s and seating, along with toilets and shower facilities.
Bring your own picnic or treat yourself to the delights of the permanent food offerings at the various food outlets. Our partner Rocky Ridge Brewing Company will also be there – so we’ve got your beer and wine needs sorted.
Make a weekend of it and stay the night to experience PIJF ‘On Tour’ in Busselton.
The City of Busselton boasts the most tourist accommodation beds in the region. You can expect a range of resorts, well equipped caravan parks, private holiday homes, affordable self-contained apartments, cosy bed and breakfasts and lower cost options to suit all needs and budgets.
Food and Dining
Choose from relaxed cafes and family restaurants to bars, bistros, alfresco and fine dining. Picturesque backdrops a plenty, with award winning breweries, winery restaurants, beachside cafes and beer gardens set in serene surroundings. The City has a well-established cafe culture. On most days you will find cafes across Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup full of happy customers dining in or taking away their favourite coffee and bites to eat.
How to get there
Busselton is an easy two and a half hour drive south from Perth or you can sit back and catch one of the comfortable coach links.
- Perth – Busselton (225km)
- Coaches Perth – Busselton – Dunsborough South West Coachlines (Mon-Sun) and TransWA (Sun-Fri)
- TransWA operates a rail service twice daily Perth – Bunbury with a connecting coach to Busselton and Dunsborough for the remainder of the journey www.transwa.wa.gov.au