A new boardwalk has been completed at Bunker Bay providing universal access to the beach.
This is especially good news for members of the Disabled Surfing Association South West who utilise this iconic stretch of beach which is well known for its small and consistent waves.
As part of the 2014 State Heritage Grants program, $100,000 in funding has been awarded towards the restoration of an iconic local property. The grant funding achieved by the owner of 110 Adelaide Street, sometimes known by previous names of ‘Ithaca’ or ‘Villa Carlotta’, will be used to re-roof this beautiful Queen Anne Federation-style residence.
The City of Busselton has received advice from the Minister for Commerce regarding trading hours in the town over the 2014/2015 Christmas and New Year period.
A variation to regular trading hours has been approved to enable Busselton retailers to trade longer over the festive season.
Bushfire season is here and the City of Busselton is warning residents and ratepayers that there will be no second chances for those who have not complied with the Firebreak and Fuel Hazard Reduction Notice by the December 1 compliance date.
The signing of a sponsorship agreement between Rio Tinto and the City of Busselton has ensured the ongoing delivery of the City’s youth development strategy.