The City of Busselton, located in the renowned Cape to Cape sub-region of the South West of WA, is experiencing high rates of demographic and economic growth. This is a local government authority dedicated to meeting the challenges presented by being such a fast growing area and to offering a diverse range of services and facilities to the community.
Holiday Homes Regulations now in place
Holiday homes make an important contribution to the City’s economy. Whilst many rented holiday homes are well managed, experience has necessitated the City to introduce regulations to ensure fair outcomes are achieved for both holiday home owners and their neighbours. This has followed a lengthy and extensive consultation process.
The regulations require that all holiday homes, which are made available for rent, must have a planning approval and also be registered with the City of Busselton.
City of Busselton Council has given the green light for the installation of a special Ability Whirl roundabout to be installed adjacent to the new children’s playground at the western end of the Busselton Foreshore.
This new and innovative piece of play equipment will complement existing equipment and be a valuable asset for the community.
One of Australia’s most iconic coastlines – the popular Yallingup Foreshore, will undergo a series of staged upgrades over the next four years.
The upgrade focuses on the foreshore park in front of Yallingup’s main car park area.
One of the South West’s most dynamic groups of young performers will feature at Culture on Queen this Saturday.
Members from Jampact (Just Artists and Musicians Performing Awesome Music Together) will entertain the audience with a collection of Beatles favourites including ‘Hello Goodbye’, I Want to Hold Your Hand’, ‘You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away’ and ‘While My Guitar Gently W