Registers for Public Viewing

Gift Disclosures Information

The Gifts Registers contain disclosures of gifts that have been made by Elected Members, the Chief Executive Officer and Employees in accordance with the Local Government Act. 

Elected Members and the Chief Executive Officer are required to disclose gifts which are valued over $300 or are two or more gifts with a cumulative value over $300 (where the gifts are received from the same donor in a 12 month period) within 10 days of receipt [Sections 5.87A & 5.87B Local Government Act 1995].

Employees are required to disclose gifts in accordance with the City's Employee Code of Conduct. 

Related Information

Register of Gifts for Councillors and CEO : October 2019 - Current

Archived Register of Contributions to Travel March 2016-October 2019

Archived Register of Gifts March 2016-October 2019

Electoral Gift Register

Candidates in local government elections must be aware of their legislative obligation in relation to the disclosure of gifts leading up to the local government elections.

Part 5A of the Local Government (Elections) Regulations 1997 requires candidates to disclose information about any electoral related gift with a value of $200 or more that was given or promised during the disclosure period.

All disclosure are to be made on an LG09A Disclosure of Gifts Form and delivered to the City of Busselton Chief Executive Officer.

Electoral Gift Register

Register of Annual and Primary Returns

Elected Members and Designated Employees (those employees who have delegations attached to their roles) are required to lodge a primary return within 3 months of their commencement date and an annual return pursuant to sections 5.75 and 5.76 of the Local Government Act 1995

In accordance with section 5.96A(1)(i) of the Local Government Act 1995 and regulation 29C of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996, the name of each Elected Member and the position of each employee who lodged a primary or annual return for a financial year must be published to the City's website:

Register of Primary and Annual Returns

Register of Complaints (Minor Breach Findings)

Pursuant to section 5.121 of the Local Government Act 1995, this register contains records of complaints which record all complaints that result in a finding under section 5.110(2)(a) that a minor breach has occurred.

The CEO must publish an up-to-date version of the register of complaints on the local government’s official website.

Register of Complaints (Minor Breach Findings)

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