This was supposed to be our convenient detour on the way to the famous Margaret River; a brief stopover to enjoy our long-awaited home-packed sandwiches and a cup or two of hot steaming espresso.
Neither of us expected a view so captivating and colourful. Myriad of activities occupied every corner of the sandy shore and on the famous Busselton Jetty; from fishing with rock music blasting at the background at the middle of the 1.8km long-stretching wooden jetty, to excited youngsters taking up the challenge of diving head straight from the railing into the pleasing waves. The sea was so blue, for a moment, I wondered whether I had accidentally trespassed into an uplifting painting of a happy summer scene. And will I be blamed for sounding overly-dramatic if I say this is by far the most enchanting beach that I have ever been to?
Around 240 km away from Perth/ 2 hours drive to the South of Perth.