The City of Busselton has launched a subsidy programme aimed at improving the aesthetic appeal of the Busselton town centre.
The City is constructing a new dump point to cater for the growing number of visitors to the region travelling in caravans and recreational vehicles.
The new dump point will be centrally located in Busselton behind Churchill Park Hall and adjacent to Kookaburra Caravan Park Number 2. While it will be free to use it will be kept locked to ensure no dumping of contaminate refuse.
The City of Busselton is hosting a free community cycle event this Sunday coinciding with Bikeweek. The Geographe Pedal is being held to celebrate the completion of the shared use pathway which links Busselton to Dunsborough.
Construction of the pathway commenced close to 25 years ago.
A group of local people have lent their support to maintaining one of the City’s most important historical assets – the Old Busselton Cemetery (Pioneer Cemetery).
Located in Marine Terrace the cemetery is the final resting place of many of our early settlers and the gravestones and records provide a valuable insight into our region’s past.
Major extensions at the Geographe Leisure Centre (GLC) are set to commence with the contract for works awarded to Perkins Builders.
The $1.3 million expansion project will see key facilities at the GLC upgraded. Included in the project is the construction of a brand new 400m2 gym and the conversion of the existing gym into a dedicated spin class room and allied health s