Leisure & Recreation
Community Development Coordinator
Ph: 08 9781 0356
Fax: 08 9752 4958
The Recreation Officer coordinates projects associated with the Leisure Services Plan Implementation. These are projects identified by the Leisure Services Plan Working Group as being high priority.
Current Leisure Services Projects include:
- Busselton Tennis Club relocation project
- Sporting Club and facilities audit
- Programmed building upgrade project
- Vasse developer contributions staging plan
Click here to view an electronic copy of the Leisure Services Plan.
Sporting Ground Allocations
Applications are invited each year for the use of council reserves by sporting clubs
- in February for the winter season; and
- in August for the summer season
Advertisements are taken out in the local paper in the Council for Community page, and on the City of Busselton website. For further information please contact Tanya Downie on 08 9781 0318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Geographe Smart Clubs
Are you a non-profit organisation providing Sport and Recreation opportunities in the City of Busselton?
If so, the City of Busselton would like to hear from you.
Services offered include:
- Club Profiling;
- Website and Community Directory listing;
- Grant Assistance;
- Business Planning;
- Promotional Strategies;
- Volunteering Strategies;
- Risk Management; and
- Other related services.
If your Club would like to participate in some or any of these opportunities please down load the Geographe Smart Club Profile Form below and return to Jeremy.
'Get Active Geographe' - Physical Activity Plan
In January 2009 the City of Busselton received a grant of $20,000 under the Local Activity Grants Program, an initiative run in partnership with the Premier's Physical Activity Taskforce and Western Australian Local Government Association, made possible by a Lotterywest grant. This $20,000 matched by Cash and in-kind sponsorship from the City of Busselton will enable the implementation of the City of Busselton's Physical Activity Plan aptly named ‘Get Active Geographe'(G.A.G).
The objective of the G.A.G project is to implement the City of Busselton's Physical Activity Plan that will provide for a measurable increase in the number of and awareness of physical activity opportunities in the local community.
Refer to the links below to read the Get Active Geographe Physical Activity Plan and the supporting Action Plan which highlights the implementation phase of the plan.
|Geographe Smart Clubs Profile Form 2012||110.34 KB|
|Get Active Geographe - Physical Activity Plan||170.41 KB|
|Leisure Services Plan 2005||4.29 MB|