When in January 2012, the newly formed City of Busselton boldly declared its intention to become the Events Capital of Regional WA, there was no real expectation that this would be achieved so successfully in such a short period of time.
The Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the City of Busselton are pleased to announce the winners of the Emergence Creative Festival local scholarships as Sarah Taylor and Emma Jane Kim.
This is the first year of the Emergence scholarships program, which was funded by the two local governments under the auspices of the Capes Region Organisation of Councils (CapeROC). The scholarsh
Plans to install a new footpath along the western side of Hawker Approach, Yalyalup have progressed after several weeks of negotiation.
To minimise disruption and costs, the footpath will be installed over a wastewater pressure main line scheduled for installation by the Water Corporation in the next few months.
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.