Almost everyone who can walk and breathe can SeaTREK!
Come for a wonder wander underwater. Enjoy the thrill of exploring the ocean and all its wonders, without the need for a dive course, and regardless of how fit or how good a swimmer you are.
Place a dive helmet on your head, and you can then descend down into the marine world beneath the 150 year old Busselton Jetty. Its a magical, awe-inspiring place filled with giant pylons, stunningly beautiful and colourful corals, and many different fish and species of sealife.
You don’t need any previous diving experience or to be physically fit – and you can wear glasses and contact lenses, and make-up during your tour too! (You won’t even get your hair wet if you wear it up.)
Along with a wetsuit and tour sandals, you’ll be wearing a custom-made ‘breathe-easy’ SeaTREK helmet (worth a cool $20,000!) designed to let you breathe completely naturally underwater as you explore the wildlife around you.
All equipment and training will be provided by our team of dive professionals. Just bring your swimwear and a towel and sun-smart clothing and come on down to get up close and very personal with some stunning marine life.
Busselton Jetty Undersea Walk is one of the first seabed walks in the world to operate without a compressor or air hoses. Instead you wear a dive helmet and self-contained backpack. So you are free at the bottom of the sea, truly able to experience the underwater world for yourself in a manner so few will ever have the opportunity to enjoy!
Its completely different and much easier than SCUBA diving, with you breathing normally throughout your tour (no mouthpiece) and walking upright rather than floating horizontally in the water having to maintain your buoyancy.
The closest experience we can liken it to is walking in outer space – its weightless, you are in an alien environment, but breathing normally and able to savour what is around you without stress.
Busselton Jetty Undersea Walk is the first of its kind in Australia, and a truly wonder-full experience for anyone interested in experiencing the underwater world in an entirely different way.