Parks and Public Open Spaces

The City of Busselton has an abundance of stunning parks and public open space facilities. 

If you are planning an event, wedding ceremony, school excursion or sporting event on a City of Busselton managed park or reserve, please ensure that you make a booking and you are fully aware of what is permitted at each Public Open Space by reading the Rules and Regulations located below in Related Information. 

By making a booking the City can ensure that no one else has made a booking at that place or routine maintenance is not in progress.

Parks

The City of Busselton is home to nearly 100 parks, most of which are listed in our Near Me mapping feature. We have also listed some of our larger parks and playgrounds for you below:

Lou Weston Oval

Sea Play on the Bay

Rotary Park
Signal Park
Mitchell Park
Provence Estate
Centennial Park
Dunsborough Lions Park

Beach Areas

Some of the stunning and popular beach areas within the City of Busselton include:

  • Bunker Bay Beach
  • Busselton Beach and Foreshore
  • Dunsborough Beach and Foreshore
  • Eagle Bay Beach
  • Meelup Beach
  • Castle Rock Beach
  • Point Picquet
  • Smiths Beach
  • Yallingup Beach

Wedding Ceremonies

Wedding Ceremony bookings are for a maximum 2 hour period, allowing for set-up/pack-up, ceremony and photos with a charge of $84.00.  Wedding guidelines are included in the Public Open Spaces – Rules and Regulations.

How to Make a Booking

Phone (08) 9781 0383

E-mail bookings@busselton.wa.gov.au

To secure your booking you will need to submit the Contract of Hire Form and the Application to Consume Liquor Form (if applicable).

If a fee is payable an invoice will be sent to you.  Once payment has been received this will secure your booking.

Your permit will then be issued. 

 

Related Information

Contract of Hire Form

Application to Sell and Consume Alcohol

Public Open Spaces – Rules and Regulations

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