Registrations of interest are being sought for a rare opportunity to develop a café/ kiosk facility on the Dunsborough Foreshore.
The site, which has been endorsed by the City of Busselton Council, offers up to 150 square metres for development with the option for another 50 square metres for al fresco dining.
City of Busselton Mayor, Ian Stubbs, said: “In the first instance, th
Following the removal of privately owned benches across the municipality, the City of Busselton has commenced the rollout of replacement benches. New benches have already been installed in ‘high-use’ locations and additional benches are ready for installation in other key areas.
There are still places available for local people to join the community group travelling to Sugito in November this year as part the Sister City cultural exchange program.
The adult exchange program is an initiative of the Busselton and Sugito Sister Cities Association (BASSCA). It takes place every second year.
The City of Busselton has a commitment to preserving, enhancing and interpreting the cultural heritage assets under its management, including well known sites such as the Old Court House and the Old Butter Factory.
A decision has been made on the site for a new café/kiosk on the Dunsborough Foreshore. At last night’s council meeting, City of Busselton Councillors endorsed a containment zone on a site on the foreshore east of Centennial Park behind the existing carpark and toilet block.
The decision follows extensive community consultation and the Council has now supported a café/