The City of Busselton has terminated the lease agreements associated with Holgate Reserve and taken back possession of the premises formerly known as the Broadwater Beach Kiosk.
Copies of the possession notice has been affixed on the doors of the Kiosk and all public access points to the Reserve.
One of Busselton’s most important historic and tourist assets, the Ballaarat Locomotive, is set to get a major face-lift pending the outcomes of a conservation plan.
Council recently endorsed the engagement of consultants to compile a conservation plan which will detail the engine’s physical condition, identify a range of cost options associated with restoration and preservation a
The recent allocation of Lotterywest funding for the development of a new Community Resource Centre (CRC) in the City of Busselton has given impetus to an investigation into an expansion of the co-located Busselton Library.
At its meeting on October 13, City of Busselton Council gave the green light for the commencement of a feasib
The City of Busselton has announced the early introduction of burning restrictions effectively extending the restricted burning period from October 7 till December 14, 2010.
As of Thursday October 7, people wishing to undertake a prescribed burn on their property will need to obtain a permit from the Shire – this is several weeks earlier than the usual introduction of bushfire restricti
The City of Busselton has approved new lease arrangements for the Geographe Bay Yacht Club (GBYC) and the Busselton Fitness Club which are co-located on the Busselton Foreshore.
Both clubs sought amendments to their existing lease arrangements to expand their leased area to include existing infrastructure and to allow for future expansion.