AUD $1,931.00
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Location: Busselton, W.A.

Busselton...everything is here to enjoy an amazing holiday, a visit to Busso Jetty, Discovery Centre and lets not forget the yummy delights at the Margaret River Chocolate Factory. Staying in Busselton, you'll have the best of both worlds, touring between Busselton and Margaret River and exploring all the best parts of these two fabulous towns.


Sit back and relax while the train driver takes you on a 1.7 kilometre journey across the calm, clear waters of Geographe Bay. With 75 seats available and trips leaving throughout the day, the Jetty Train is the perfect way to experience the Busselton Jetty. From glimpses of dolphins frolicking to spotting local fishermen snaring their catch of the day, the Jetty Train trip promises to deliver something for everyone. The Jetty Train is able to transport one wheelchair/some walkers per trip, however, due to space limitations prams and pushers are unable to be stored on board. For a $10 deposit you can lock your pusher to the jetty for the duration of your trip. Please advise our friendly bookings staff if this service is required.
Peel Zoo is a boutique, hands-on zoo, in a lush setting on the banks of the Murray River. What makes Peel Zoo really unique is the ‘hands-on experience’ you get here. Hand feed the animals, hold a snake, pat a kangaroo, tickle a ferret. There are well over 100 species of birds and animals that will capture your imagination: koalas, wombats, dingoes, exotic birds, reptiles, bengal cats, spotted quolls, possums, owls. The huge walk-through aviary and Tasmanian Devils are star attractions.


The Margaret River Chocolate Company’s original factory in the Margaret River region was opened in 1999 and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Western Australia. It has an amazing range of chocolate products, with Free entry and Free tastings, as well as viewing windows to see the products being made.

The Chocolate Cafe has a range of delicious light lunches and sweet treats, where you can  enjoy everything from burgers, chips, salad and soup, to a sumptuous range of cakes, desserts, chocolate fondues, milk shakes, hot drinks and the best chocolate brownies in Australia! The Chocolate Cafe provides indoor and outdoor dining.

At the centre of the Margaret River wine and food region sits the Candy Cow – “the most wicked

sweet shop in the South West”. It can be found amidst rolling green dairy country, glorious beaches and acres of vines in a picturesque little town called Cowaramup (locally known as Cow Town). 

Everything in the Candy Cow delights the senses – the smiling faces, the vibrant colours and busy sounds, the mouthwatering aroma and delectable tastes, the amazing range of ‘old fashioned’ lollies, fine fudge and nougat to die for, delicious chocolate and incredible quantities of fresh, crunchy, golden Honeycrunch as it is lovingly crafted before your very eyes.


A Maze'n Margaret River Maze, Cafe and Gardens have now been open to the public for eight years....with the A Maze'n 18 hole golf four years. Our A Maze'n three metre high Giant Hedge Maze, comprising of 2,000 Leightons Green plants, on 1/2 ha of land, with 1.5 km of paths is now 23 years old. It truly is an Amaze'n Maze - in fact - "THE Margaret River Maze". Prepare yourself for a real challenge with our A Maze'n 18 hole mini golf The beautiful Gardens have some unusual and rare West Australian Native Species with plenty of shaded seating areas for resting and relaxing. Among the 5 ha of gardens we have five other mazes - some more challenging than others. With our Celtic Maze and Giant Chess and Draughts there's plenty to do for everyone. There is truly something for the young and not so young to enjoy, making a great day out for all.    


The historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is situated at the tip of a spectacular peninsula where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet - the most south-westerly point of Australia. As the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a must-see attraction. Take a trip through maritime history and learn how this famous landmark was constructed from local limestone in 1895, and is still a vital working lighthouse for vessels navigating the treacherous cape. Your guide will then lead you to the top of the tower, where a vast seascape will unfold before you. Be awed by the crashing waves and the wilderness of the landscape.


Package Includes:                  

  • Twin Share Accommodation
  • All on Tour Transport (private Charter)
  • All activities, entertainment and entry fees
  • Peel Zoo
  • Margaret River Chocolate Factory 
  • Dolphin Discovery Centre 
  • All Bistro style meals B/L/D
  • 24 Hour Guest Support Services
  •  USB Photo Memories
  • Travel Insurance

Package Prices

1:4 Package : $1931 (twin share)

1:2 Package:  $2677 (twin share)

  • Single Room Extra: $140

1:1 Package : $4527 (includes single room supplement )  


  • Door to door return transfers (Metro) : $90

Other Extra's (Price on Application) 

Pre-departure and Regional Transfers | Active Overnight Support | Mobility Equipment Hire | Spending Money Voucher


MINIMUM DEPOSIT: $225 due WITHIN 14 DAYS of order confirmation. 

TRAVEL DEPOSIT:  $750  60 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE  (Includes $225 non-refundable planning and booking fees) 


General Terms and Conditions Apply : See Standard Terms and Conditions  


NOTE:  Wheelchair Accessible Itinerary variations/ vehicle supplement may apply.

NOTE:  Prices do not include personal spending money, souvenirs, alcoholic drinks or personal items. 

NOTE:  All travel products and services described on the Site are offered subject to availability.

NOTE:  Promotion and voucher discounts applied to final balance only. Deposit payment conditions apply before discount promotions are confirmed. 

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