Busselton is a town in the South West region of Western Australia, about 220 km (140 mi) southwest of Perth. Busselton has a long history as a popular holiday destination for Western Australians; however, the closure of the Port of Busselton in 1972 and the contemporary establishment of the nearby Margaret River wine region have made tourism a major source of investment and development, supplemented by services and semi-commercial odd. The city is best known for its Busselton Pier, the longest wooden pier in the Southern Hemisphere. Busselton is located in the southwestern region of Western Australia, approximately 220 kilometers (140 mi) southwest of Perth. The town includes a town center as well as the suburbs of Abbey, Ambergate, Bovell, Broadwater, Geographe, Kealy, Vasse, West Busselton and Yalyalup. It borders Geographe Bay to the north, with urban development traditionally centered on the bay, stretching from Abbey in the west to Geographe in the east. Urban development in the southern part of the region has traditionally been hampered by wetlands and estuaries; however, since the 1980s, development has taken place south of these waterways. The Vasse River flows through the city to the mouth of the Vasse-Wonnerup; protected areas bordering this estuary to the north form the eastern boundary of Busselton. The western border of the city is formed by the corner of Caves Road and Bussell Expressway. The Caves Road leads to the nearby town of Dunsborough, separated from Busselton by a green belt, including the Locke Nature Reserve, known locally as the "Holy Mile”. The closest town to Busselton is Bunbury, the administrative center of the Southwest, about 50 kilometers (30 mi) away. Find and hire a top agency or company for your next big project related to Digital Marketing, Advertising, Social Media Marketing, Content Writing, Market Research, PR, Email Marketing, Mobile App Development, Web Design, Web application development, Media Planning and many more in Australia and other countries on AgencyNetwork.