The City of Busselton is investing significantly in the renewal of parks across the municipality. Several parks including Lions Park West Busselton; Busselton Foreshore (west); Bayside Park; and Yallingup Foreshore Park (Stage 2) have already undergone major transformations.
The City is aware of community concerns about a fence that has been placed around a portion of the car park adjacent to Dunsborough Tavern, including a protest planned for Monday, 13 October. The City shares the concerns and respects the right of people to express their views, provided it is done in a lawful, respectful and civil fashion.
City of Busselton Council has asked those opposing the demolition of the Nautical Lady Tower to re-acquaint themselves with the long-term vision of the Busselton Foreshore which is undergoing a further $16M upgrade.
Six months after the Independent Review of the Current and Future Management of Water Assets in the Geographe Catchment was submitted to the State Government, key stakeholders including the City of Busselton are yet to have a response from the State Government regarding the report’s recommendations.
City of Busselton Council have reviewed and adopted the Coastal Adaptation Planning Report which gives direction to future planning for coastal adaption and management over the next few decades and beyond.