South West Attractions - General Interest

It seems new attractions and activities to get involved in are arriving and happening all the time.
We have provided a short list of some main activities and attractions for you to get an overview of what on and about.
Environmental and eco-tourism activities are also available throughout the region.
General Interest  (8)
Restaurants  (5)
Broadwater Beach Bar and Restaurant...
Breweries  (5)
Cowaramup Brewery...
Busselton Archery & Family Fun Park...
Country Life Farm...
Ngilgi Cave...
Wineries  (19)
Leeuwin Estate...
See the Busselton Tourist Information Centre (Geographe Bay Tourism Association) for all the information on what is on and when.

Busselton and surrounding areas have a vast number of attraction for all tastes, ages and level of excitement.
A number of wonderful family, kids and adult activities are scattered throughout the region.
All you have to do is plan enough time to enjoy them all.
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Busselton Archery & Family Fun Park

Busselton Archery & Family Fun Park for ARCHERY, BUNGY RUN & MINI GOLF
Also OZZI BUGS - Latest electric cars for children, Mum or Dad. No experience required. Free tuition.
Safe, fun, 5 years & up. All equipment supplied.

Location: Bussell Hwy, Abbey (near Margaret River turn-off)
Phone: 08 9755 4322

Country Life Farm

Bring the family to Country Life Farm and let the kids hand feed the friendly animals anytime of the day. Rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, geese, ducks, donkeys, ponies, cows, a llama and a curious alpaca. Lot's of rides and attractions including a Tots Play area.

Location: 1694 Caves Road, Dunsborough Western Australia.
1km from Dunsborough towards, Yallingup
Phone: 08 9755 3707


The Wardandi and Bibbulman people of the Busselton, Dunsborough and Margaret River areas of Australia’s south-west have walked this ancient land for almost 50,000 years.

Together with other Aboriginal groups from an area that stretches from Kalbarri to Esperance, they are also known as Noongar. The Noongar culture is as rich and varied as the countryside itself, and their knowledge of their environment is incredible and fascinating.  Based in Dunsborough, Koomal Dreaming is your opportunity to step inside their shoes and experience Wardandi and Bibbulman country through their eyes. You’ll taste bush tucker, learn bush medicine, and meet the animals, plants and Dreaming spirits that have enriched the lives of Wardandi and Bibbulman people since time began.  Come on a tour with Koomal Dreaming and see life as it has always been.

Location: Dunsborough
Phone: 0413843426