Visit the Margaret River region

Reflections on Marina is located just minutes from the picturesque town of Busselton in south west WA, sheltered along the shores of Geographe Bay. The town is famous for being home to the longest timber-piled jetty in the world, and the endless white sandy beach. We are also lucky enough to be situated at the gateway to the Margaret River wine region. Whether you want to explore close to home, or enjoy a country drive to the wine region, you’ll find activities to suit the whole family at Reflections on Marina.

Local Attractions

“The Lagoon” and foreshore parklands are only a short walk away – ideal for kids and the best place to launch the kayaks. The adjacent parklands include multiple picnic grounds, Playgrounds and walking paths. “The Deck” Bar & Restaurant and liquor supplier is located in the Marina just a short walk away. With delicious casual and formal dining, it also a great venue for weddings and other functions. Live entertainment on Sunday nights.

What's close by?

  • The Water 0 metres
  • Indian Ocean 150 metres
  • The Lagoon Swimming area 200 metres
  • Foreshore Parkland 200 metres
  • Bottlemart Liquor 260 metres
  • "The Deck" Restaurant & Bar 260 metres
  • IGA Supermarket 4.4 kms
  • Busselton Township 8 kms
  • Margaret River Airport 15kms
  • Dunsborough 31kms
  • Yallingup Beach 41 kms
  • Margaret River 58 kms

Other favourite activities

Whale Watching Cruises

From September to November each year the whales are in Geographe Bay. You can join this cruise from either the marina or the Busselton jetty (weather dependent).

Busselton Jetty

Just 10 minutes by car (or 25 minutes by bike) - is one of the longest wooden jettys in the world, measuring 1,841 metres in length. With loads of attractions – including an underwater observatory, a jetty train and even underwater dining options. Adjacent the jetty are beautiful beaches and a protected swimming area.

Busselton Township

The City of Busselton is renowned for its bays and beaches. The region’s coastline is diverse; from the long, curving, wide beaches and calm waters of Geographe Bay and secluded white sandy coves with rocky headlands such as Meelup, through to the ruggedly beautiful Yallingup Beach.

Margaret River Wine Region

Visitors will find vineyards dotting the picturesque hillsides throughout the region. Each has its own style and ambience. There are more than 200 vineyards and 80 wineries. Character and quality can be found in fruit-intense chardonnays, rich semillons, robust cabernets, soft merlots and other varietal wines and blends.

Vasse Felix Vinery

Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Shiraz and Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends are the primary focus at Vasse Felix. Featuring a tasting room, wine lounge, art gallery, wine museum and one of Australia's most acclaimed restaurants, visitors are welcomed from all around the world, eager for the ultimate Vasse Felix experience.

Dive Busselton Jetty

Only 10 minutes by car (or 25 minutes by bike) - Dive, Snorkel or Undersea Walk beneath the Busselton Jetty for ages 12 and older. Season operates from December through to early March.

Darleen's Brew House

16 Taps of Glorious beer, featuring the best of the west, alongside some of the most sought after beers in the world. Also a great range of wines and meals.

Cape Cultural Tours

Enter the Boodja (country) of the Wadandi people through their eyes and learn about the Noongar seasons and the encircling connections with the rivers, the seas, the animals, fish and plants. Gathera deeper appreciation of the ecology, how it relates to the surrounding oceans and headlands, and why the past is ever present to the land’s traditional custodians.

Ngilgi Cave

An exquisitely decorated cave with stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully coloured shawls. Take in the cave's beautiful bush setting while you learn about Ngilgi's rich history, from the fascinating Aboriginal Dreamtime Story of the good spirit Ngilgi, to the arrival of the first tourists in 1899.

Boranup Forest

Towering karri trees, some over 60m in height, undulate across the valley. This forest is a feast for the senses with the forest floor tumbling with wildflowers, orchids and funghi (in season) together with the sounds of native birds and the fresh smell of eucalypt.