The City of Busselton is proud to host the Fringe Festival of Arts Busselton (or FFAB).
Following Council’s decision last year not to approve the development of a permanent café/restaurant on the newly upgraded Dunsborough Foreshore, the City is now reviewing other possibilities for a smaller scale kiosk/café development along the foreshore.
The initial development proposal was the subject of a broad community engagement campaign.
The City of Busselton, in association with partner agencies, is hosting a Community Street and Meet Bushfire Preparedness morning on Saturday February 1, 2014.
The planned get together is being held at Marina Drive Dunsborough from 11am and 2pm and will involve a free sausage sizzle.
Landowners and residents in rural and rural-residential ar
The City of Busselton is calling for public support to update its Municipal Heritage Inventory.
This important inventory provides a record of places of cultural heritage significance across the City.
On Tuesday January 28, 2014 Toby Inlet will be opened to the ocean to increase water flushing and reduce the likelihood of algal blooms.
The work is being undertaken by the City of Busselton in response to deteriorating water quality in the inlet and reports of increasing odour as summer continues.
While fortnightly water monitoring by the WA Department of Water has not rev