Bayview Geographe Resort

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555 Bussell Highway Busselton Australia's South West 6280




Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • View (garden)
  • Voicemail box


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Tennis courts

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 9.8 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking

Bayview Geographe Resort Meeting Space

Total meeting space11,343 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms5
Largest room1,324 sq. ft.
Second largest room947 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)60,000 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space20,000 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms102
Single (1 bed)60
Double (2 beds)60
Single (1 bed) rateA$195.00 – A$265.00
Double (2 beds) rateA$195.00 – A$265.00

Local Attractions

Busselton Airport

15 minutes away
The Busselton-Margaret River Regional Airport (YBLN) is owned and operated by the City of Busselton and was opened on the 15th March 1997. The aerodrome is a fully certified / registered aerodrome by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The airport is a Security Controlled Airport and ASICs/VICs are to be displayed at all times.
86 Neville Hyder Dr
Busselton, AU 6280

Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Historical landmark
28 minutes away
Visitors to the top balcony of the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline. Easier than most lighthouses to climb, the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is one of the most popular attractions in the Geographe Bay and Margaret River Region. Built from limestone quarried from nearby Bunker Bay, at its highest point the lighthouse is 123 metres above sea level. Friendly tour guides provide a fascinating insight into the functions of the working lighthouse, history of the area and ghost stories that will send tingles down your spine! Numerous walking trails lead from the Lighthouse around the stunning bays and beaches of the Cape, providing amazing views over the ocean and of the local wildflowers. A platform and shelter provides magnificent whale watching during the annual migratory periods, from September to December - a special experience not to be missed! Drinks, snacks and souvenirs are available for purchase in the first cottage. Adult: $14.00 Child (4-16yrs): $7.00 Family (2 adults + 2 Children): $36.00 Additional Children: $4.00 Seniors: $12.00 Children prices are based on ages 4 - 16 years. Children under 4 are free of charge. Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Bookings required for groups. Tickets can also be purchased at the site or at the Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough or Augusta Visitor Centres, or over the phone on +61 8 9757 7411.
1267 Cape Naturaliste Road
Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park
Yallingup, AU 6282

Busselton Jetty & Underwater Observatory

Historical landmark
12 minutes away
The Busselton Jetty is one of the most recognizable icons in Western Australia. It currently stands at 1841 metres in length making it the longest wooden piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. It is now used exclusively for tourism and recreation but it has a colourful past as a working jetty. Extending 1.8 kilometres over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Construction of the Busselton Jetty began in 1865. Beginning as a mere 161 metres, sand drift resulted in an additional 131 metres being added in 1875. Further extensions were made throughout the following 90 years creating the remarkable 1.8 kilometre length. After more than a century of use and servicing over 5000 vessels, the Busselton Jetty officially closed as a Port in 1973. Once closed to shipping, government maintenance ceased. Following the decline of government funding and the crippling effects of Cyclone Alby in 1978, a community group was formed to raise funds for much needed restoration and maintenance. Between 1987 and 2003, the community organisation now known as the Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association (BJECA) raised sufficient funds to replace 50% of the Jetty structure, establish the train service and construct the iconic Underwater Observatory and Interpretive Centre. In 2011 a $27 million refurbishment of the jetty structure was completed. $24 million was contributed by the Western Australian State Government with the balance contributed by the Shire of Busselton and BJECA. The Busselton Jetty stands as a monument to the spirit and dedication of the Busselton community.
Busselton Beachfront
Busselton, AU 6280

The Margaret River Chocolate Factory

22 minutes away
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.
415 Harman’s Mill Rd
Cnr Harman’s Mill Rd and Tom Cullity Dr
Metricup, AU 6280

The Busselton Museum

11 minutes away
The Heritage Butter Factory and Busselton Museum has ten display rooms packed with photographs, equipment and memorabilia which trace the family, social, civic, commercial and maritime history of Busselton.Everything from agriculture to whaling; from crockery, clocks and cameras to sewing machines, travel and transport is included.The one-hectare site is nestled on the banks of the picturesque Vasse River. A replica of the Jetty Rotunda enhances the vista and the exhibits demonstrate Busselton’s diverse agricultural, forestry and maritime history.Special attention is focused on the famous 1920’s Group Settlement Scheme which shaped much of the development of the South West.Visit us, and discover a time now past.
Peel Terrace
Old Butter Factory Complex
Busselton, AU 6280

Xscape at The Cape Fun Park

11 minutes away
Join in the fun and adventure with attractions for all ages. Choose individual tickets or combo prices designed to suit all budgets, or book a party for 8 or more for further savings! Xscape at the Cape has a variety of fun attractions including the South West’s Ultimate Water Playground - Get Wet H20 - featuring the Cliff Drop Waterslide, Amaze ‘N’ Lazer Tag, Jump ‘N’ Tramps Trampolines, the Mine Shaft Maze, Wacky Putt Golf, Jungle Mountain Rope Climb and much much more. Spend hours of fun in the Park and enjoy plenty of picnic and shaded areas to relax and enjoy our Xscape Café with homemade local food, Yahava Coffee and award winning Two Fat Cows Ice Cream!
Caves Road
Quindalup, AU 6281

Ngilgi Cave

22 minutes away
Ngilgi Cave is located in the Geographe Bay and Margaret River Region just off Caves Road, a short distance north of Yallingup. Discovered in 1899, Ngilgi Cave (formerly known as Yallingup Cave) is home to stunning stalactite, stalagmite, helicitite and shawl formations. Explore at your own pace on the popular Semi-Guided Show Cave Tour or choose your own Ngilgi adventure! Visit an interpretive area detailing Ngilgi Cave's interesting history. A cafe, playground, barbecue facilities and walk trails make Ngilgi Cave a fun place to visit for the entire family. Single Cave Entry - Ngilgi (show cave), Jewel, Lake, or Mammoth Adult: $22.50 Child (4-16yrs): $12.00 Family (2 adults + 2 Children): $58.00 Additional Children: $6.00 Seniors: $20.00 Children prices are based on ages 4 - 16 years. Children under 4 are free of charge. Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Bookings required for groups. Tickets can also be purchased at the cave site or at the Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough or Augusta Visitor Centres, or over the phone on +61 8 9757 7411. Photography allowed - no tripods, stands or selfie-sticks. For more information on Ngilgi Adventure Tours phone +61 8 9755 2152.
Yallingup Caves Rd
Yallingup, AU 6282


Situated along the pristine Busselton beachfront, the Bayview Geographe Resort is the ideal place to stop, relax and enjoy the beautiful coastline of the South West. Take a scenic stroll along the beach, visit one of Margaret River’s many world renowned wineries and enjoy the fresh local produce along the way. The Resort is situated just two and a half hours south of Perth and accommodation ranges from hotel-style guest rooms ideally suited to corporate travellers, Studio Villas for couple’s romantic getaway, or Two and Three Bedroom Villas for family and / or group and coach bookings. The Two and Three Bedroom Villas are either semi or fully self-contained. The Villas are positioned separately and all of them front onto gardens. Boasting one of the largest Conference facilities in the South-West region, the Resort is able to cater for up to 350 delegates, including accommodation. The expansive Resort grounds, spread over 28 acres are ideal for large conferences or corporate retreats which require a venue with large outdoor areas. Combined with a fully-licensed restaurant as well as extensive function and conference space, the Bayview Geographe Resort offers the ultimate picturesque setting to suit any travel plan. A wellspring of diversity, Western Australia’s South West region has a surprise around every corner – towering forests, verdant vineyards, wild surfing beaches, and great fishing – all within easy reach of the Bayview Geographe Resort.

Facility Restrictions

No Pets allowed, except guide dogs.

Additional Information

Bayview Geographe Resort, Busselton is located 236km south of Perth Airport. The resort is a relaxing two and a half hour car drive from Perth. Cars can be hired directly from the airport and are recommended for sight seeing for the spread out attractions of the South West region. Alternatively, the resort can be can be reached by bus or train. Buses run three times a day directly from Perth and Perth Airport. The train leaves from Perth twice daily and goes to Bunbury, from there a thirty minute car drive or forty five minute bus ride takes guests to Bayview Geographe Resort.


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