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Harcourts Busselton

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Welcome to Harcourts Busselton

Situated 250kms South-West of Perth, Busselton is the worlds best kept secret. The unique North facing beach overlooks Geographe Bay, with a 2km long wooden jetty as the centrepoint for tourists and locals alike to enjoy the millpond calm waters for all sorts of water sports, fishing and leisure activities. Port Geographe Marina is the town's gateway to the bay, featuring Canal living at its brilliant best.

The town itself is approximately 15kms long and only 4kms wide, as everyone wants to be near the water. With land close to the beach being at a premium, the town is growing at a rapid rate, with developers subdividing large parcels of land which was previously farmland. The population at present [2012] is about  32,000 and this growth is predicted to continue.


With the beautiful calm Bay at our doorstep, the magnificent coastline and surf at nearby Yallingup, the picturesque and popular vineyards of Margaret River just down the road, and being only a leisurely 2 1/2 hour dirve from Perth City, why wouldn't you want to live or holiday here? The Busselton office is situated at the jetty end of the town's main street [Queen Street] and is surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. Our brilliant, friendly and fun-loving staff are here 7 days a week to answer your every need.

 

If you're ever in Busselton, we'd love to see you and say "WELCOME TO BUSSELTON - COME SHARE IN OUR SECRET".

 

 

Earliest Known Picture Captured of the Busselton Jetty.

 

 
















 

 

Harcourts Facts

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri
8.30am - 5.00pm

Sat
9.00am - 12.00pm

Sat
9.00am - 5.00pm
Office Attended by Sales Consultant

 

Sun
9.30am-3.30pm
Office Attended by Sales Consultant

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