Busselton is situated 230 kilometres South of Perth on the sheltered waters of Geographe Bay.

It was one of the early settlements in Western Australia (1830s) although much of the area had been named by the French explorer Nicholas Baudin (pronounced “Bow-Dan”) in the early 1800s.

Busselton has many kilometres of beautiful sandy beaches and clear safe waters making it an ideal holiday destination. The jetty has a reputation for being the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere stretching 1.8 kilometres into the Bay.

Baudins B&B is only 500 metres from the beach and 1km from the centre of town,  an ideal location. It is also within an easy drive of the rest of the Two Capes (Margaret River) area.


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