The City of Busselton Council has revised its thinking on the direction of a proposed tourism review scheduled to commence next year.
Rather than continuing with the initial determination which was to engage an external consultant to carry out a review, the City has now decided, subject to their participation, to pursu
City Partners With Rio Tinto for Great Youth Outcomes
The City of Busselton and Rio Tinto are continuing to work together to deliver great outcomes for youth across the region.
A new year-long funding agreement has been signed between the City and Rio Tinto which has seen Rio Tinto fund $15,000 toward the establishment of a Youth Development Officer
An important document is currently being developed to examine the growth of tourism across the Busselton region and ensure the range of tourist services best meet current and future demand.
The review is being undertaken by the City of Busselton with support from project partners Geographe Bay Tourism Association (GBTA), the Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association
In collaboration with the Festival of Busselton, the City of Busselton is proudly supporting the popular youth music event ‘The Battle of the Bands’ being held January 10 -11, 2014.
The ‘Battle of the Bands’ is a joint collaboration between the City of Busselton, the Festival of Busselton, Busselton-Dunsborough Volunteers, Rio Tinto, Sonup Studios and TWP publishing.
The 2013 City of Busselton Council election held last Saturday sees the return of three popular and hardworking Councillors and the election of one new nominee.
Quindalup resident Rob Bennett joins Councillors Grant Henley, Terry Best and Gordon Bleechmore at the table, effectively taking the place of retiring Councillor David Reid who did not renominate this year.
The winning c