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Busselton Jetty's underwater sculpture park has come to life!

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WA's iconic Busselton Jetty is a must-visit for tourists and locals alike - you can walk the jetty, explore an underwater sea observatory and now, an underwater sculpture park has come to life with newest addition of the Underwater Sculptures and Artificial Reef Trail.

Thanks to you playing Lotto, a Lotterywest grant has contributed $1 million towards the installation of 13 sculptures, made by local WA artists, on the seabed under Busselton Jetty. This exciting addition to Busselton Jetty, recognised as one of Australia's top shore dives with over 300 marine species calling it home, will increase marine biomass and educate the community and tourists alike about Busselton's diverse marine environment.

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