Today the City ofBusseltonand Busselton Water signed-off on a licence agreement which will enable a geothermal heating system to be installed at Busselton’s Geographe Leisure Centre.
The City of Busselton will be in the spotlight this weekend with the opening of the refurbished Busselton Jetty attracting State and National attention.
The iconic jetty has been closed to the public since May 2009 during which time it has undergone a $27 million refurbishment programme funded for the most part by the State Government.
With an expected crowd of around 5,000 and
Fed up and with the increasing incidences of vandalism across the district, the Shire of
Busselton has issued a reward for the latest occurrence which saw the soon to be reopened
Busselton Jetty defaced late on Tuesday night.
Shire CEO Mike Archer, has announced a $500 reward to any person or persons who
A meeting of the Busselton Jetty Advisory Committee will be held on Friday 21 January 2011 to consider a proposed amendment to the Jetty Local Law.
The purpose of the law is to protect the environment in the vicinity of the underwater observatory and the effect of
City of Busselton has terminated the contract with Marine and Civil for the Busselton Jetty Refurbishment Project. The decision was made after the contractors indicated that they are unable to carry out the work in accordance with the current terms of the contract.
The Shire is now considering completing the project ‘in-house’ with assistance from external subcontractors and suppl