Event coordinators of the Fringe Festival of Arts Busselton (FFAB) are calling on local artists and crafts people to join in the fun at Busselton’s upcoming cultural festival.
An exciting component of this new event is the Art Market which will be held in the Busselton Cultural Precinct on Saturday 15th March from 10am to 4pm.
Since its installation on January 23, the Dunsborough Beach swimming enclosure appears to have been well received by visitors and locals.
The enclosure was funded by the Western Australian Government as part of its shark mitigation strategy. The beach enclosure trial will run for twelve months.
The City of Busselton has stopped construction works on the Busselton Foreshore Redevelopment while three appeals against a clearing permit issued to the City by the Department of Environment and Regulation (DER) are heard by the Office of the Appeals Convenor.
The clearing permit was sought by the City of Busselton under the Environmental Protection Act 1986 specifically to progress wo
Plans to establish a formal network of mountain bike trails in a designated area of the Meelup Regional Park have progressed with Council endorsing a recommendation to establish a working group to develop the facility.
Mountain bike riding has been occurring in the A class reserve as an unmanaged activity for several years.
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.