Jet Boat Adventure


From Busselton pier, you’ll take a drive to the small township of Dunsborough to join a sleek jet boat for an exhilarating ride 30 minute ride. Hold on to your hats as you zip over the water enjoying 270 degree turns, doughnuts, and fishtails! You’ll wizz past spectacular coastal landscapes and reaching speeds of up to 90 kilometres an hour. Feel the wind in your face and prepare to get wet as the boat hits the waves! As your ride comes to an end and you’re back on terra firma, you’ll take the return drive to the ship.
  • Tour Code

    BQB075

  • Location

    Busselton

  • Activity Types

  • Duration

    1.5 hour

  • Fitness Level

    Medium

  • Price

    Adult from $174.99
    Children (12 & under) from $89.99


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