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The Vasse-Wonnerup Estuary at Busselton, Western Australia, provides habitat for over 80 species of waterbirds.
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The Busselton Museum occupies an old butter factory (1918) at Busselton, Western Australia.
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St Mary`s Anglican Church (1845) in Busselton is the oldest stone church in Western Australia.
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The facade of the Vasse Hotel (1906) in Busselton, Western Australia, is an example of the Federation Filigree style.
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The old police quarters (1906) at the ArtGeo Cutural Complex in Busselton, Western Australia, currently accommodates a retail gallery specializing in South West arts and crafts.
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This 19th century limestone courthouse forms the core of the ArtGeo Cultural Complex at Busselton, Western Australia.
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This 1897 courtroom is a fine example of Federation architecture with woodwork made from Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata). It`s now part of the ArtGeo Cultural Complex at Busselton, Western Australia.
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The ArtGeo Gallery in Busselton, Western Australia, occupies the former Agriculture Building dating from the 1920s.
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The Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, is the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Construction began in 1853 and it currently measures 1,841 meters long.
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A miniature railway on the Busselton Jetty at Busselton, Western Australia, carries visitors to an Underwater Observatory.
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