Local artists, craftspeople and food producers are invited to participate in a high quality market concept which will run over a series of dates this summer commencing on December 14, 2014.
These markets provide an opportunity for crafty people to sell their wares in a market environment specifically dedicated to the promotion of quality hand-made and designed goods.
In a briefing session yesterday, City of Busselton Councillors discussed and have informally indicated a willingness to revisit a Council resolution made on October 22, 2014 relating to dogs on beaches. That resolution provided for consultation with the community on a set of proposals for when and where residents and visitors would be able to take their dogs onto beaches.
City support for local tourism is vital to ensuring the region’s long-term sustainability. However, the right of residents and visitors to enjoy peace and privacy in their homes, businesses or holiday accommodation is equally important.
Car parking time restrictions within certain parts of the Busselton City Centre will be changing in early November, prior to the commencement of the summer holiday season.
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.