Cosy family style, private cottage apartment. 300m from the beach.
Broadwater Family Stay Apartment
What makes this Apartment unique
This Property is nested amongst some of Broadwater's finest properties. Positioned just 300 metres from a secluded beach, yet far enough away from the town centre to enjoy your freedom without the hassle of main stream tourism. Broadwater Family Stay Apartment is perfect for budget conscious individuals who desire that little bit extra at an affordable price.
100% refund if cancelled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Lovely place to visit
Comfortable place to stay for a relaxing holiday in Busselton. Lovely and clean with really comfortable beds. The owner is friendly and relaxed, with easy check-in and quick communication. Kids enjoyed the table tennis, basketball and totem tennis. Convenient location with easy access to Busselton, Dunsborough and Margaret River. Thanks for a lovely stay.
A roomy and comfortable apartment
We enjoyed our four nights in Broadwater Family Stay Apartment which is about 6 kms from the Busselton Jetty. Ross has ensured that this roomy three bedroom apartment has everything needed to ensure a comfortable stay. The apartment is well located to explore the beauty of this area and it is a short walk down the road to a lovely, peaceful beach. We had one day of heavy rain but were quite happy to stay home because the apartment is so comfortable. The garden and sunroom also meant that we could enjoy the sunny days as well.
Perfect location, house has heaps of features. Will definitely be returning.
The owner was very helpful with check in.
Great spot, 7km out of Busselton
Comfy beds good location.
Great facilities, every thing you need for a short or longer stay. Even has a heated pool.
Amazing house with such a good vibe, Ross is very kind and loving will definitely stay again
such a lovely house with beautiful plants, Ross was very helpful and kind. Amazing experience
Things to do around Busselton
Set by the picturesque Geographe Bay, Busselton serves up culture, nature and gourmet delights in spades. The gateway to the Margaret River Region and just 220 kilometres south-west of Perth, this former timber trading port was three times voted Western Australia’s top tourist town.
Every town has a claim to fame that puts it on the world map, and in Busselton it’s the jetty. At 1.8 kilometres long, the heritage-listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Dating back to 1865, the now-decommissioned jetty serviced more than 5000 vessels in its day. Today foot traffic outnumbers boats. Walk to the end of the jetty and descend eight metres below the surface to admire the marine life at the underwater observatory. If the 3.6 kilometre return trundle is too taxing, take the Jetty Train ($12 adults, $6 kids).
It’s not just the wooden boards of Busselton’s jetty that are remarkable, the living specimens in the Tuart Forest National Park are world famous too. The park contains the world’s largest remaining section of pure tuart (a species of eucalyptus). Wander through the forest during the day, admiring trees that soar up to 33 metres high, or visit at night to spy the rare western ringtail possum by torchlight.
Considered the capital of the Margaret River region, Busselton is a great launch pad for exploring the area’s abundant wineries and gourmet offerings. More than 95 cellar doors, nine micro-breweries and a handful of cideries and distilleries dot this fertile patch of land, which has earned international recognition as a prime wine producer. Grab yourself a tasting glass and sample the region’s finest drops, call in at a farm-gate style cafe for a bite to eat and keep an eye out for live music and gourmet events.
Western Australia is prime whale-watching territory, and between June and December the sheltered waters of Geographe Bay are a playground for these beasts of the blue. During the latter six months of the year, an estimated 35,000 whales migrate north from Antarctica. You can often see these majestic mammals from the shore, but for a close-up encounter join a cruise and spot humpback, southern right, minke and blue whales frolicking in the water. The region enjoys one of the longest and most prolific whale-watching seasons in the world.
Artgeo Cultural Complex
When you’ve had your fill of whales, wine and wildlife head to the Artgeo Cultural Complex for a bit of culture. The complex is where art, heritage and culture collide. Visit the Courthouse Gallery, home to handcrafted local artworks housed within a mid-nineteenth century colonial building. Opposite you’ll find the striking Artego Gallery, where local and national exhibitions are held behind the building’s white arches. Before you leave be sure to stop by the Old Post Office Tea Rooms for a feast to match the treats your eyes have devoured.