Vasse

Vasse is a small, rural township in Western Australia. It is 10 kilometres west of the town of Busselton and 240 kilometres southwest of Perth.

Vasse township is named after the Vasse River and Vasse Estuary, both of which are named after French seaman, Thomas Vasse, that disappeared in the area in June 1801 during Nicolas Baudin's expedition.

The town has limited retail and banking facilities. Well located however to explore the Margaret River Wine Region with many attractions and wineries only a short distance from the town.

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