Busselton and Sugito Sister City Association (BASSCA) are hoping to attract people with Japanese language skills to assist in a volunteer capacity as translators and interpreters.
Tonia Kilian, City Relationship Officer at the City of Busselton, said that the intention is to build a pool of competent Japanese speaking people who can make themselves available
The City of Busselton has installed a new dump point to cater for the growing number of visitors to the region travelling in caravans and recreational vehicles.
This initiative was delivered by the City of Busselton in partnership with Tourism WA as part of the WA Caravan and Camping Action Plan which is funded by the State
The Member for Vasse, Troy Buswell and Councillors of the City of Busselton participated in a productive workshop last week to discuss priority projects for Busselton over the coming years.
The workshop was convened at Mr Buswell’s request after he had expressed concern that the proposed redevelopment of the City’s administr
Apprentice Mitch Hills puts face to the strong and strengthening relationship between the City of Busselton and resource giant Rio Tinto.
The young Busselton resident was employed at the City of Busselton in June last year as a heavy duty diesel mechanic apprentice.
The development of a new café/kiosk on the Dunsborough Foreshore remains possible subject to public support for a proposed new location and building footprint size and there being future commercial interest in the new site.
The revised site for the café/kiosk is approximately 150m south-east of the location proposed last year. This new site is located outside the up-graded ar