Get Involved - Saltwater

Saltwater will be a place for us all to meet, connect and socialise. You can enjoy year-round events, dancing at a concert, laughing at a comedy, taking the kids to a show or watching loved ones sing, dance and play. It will give back to the community the Civic Centre, lost over 20 years ago. 

Be Part of a World Premier

Busselton production ‘Busstop’ was one of four West Australian creative projects to share in $557, 535 in grant funding to create performances in regional WA. The production was awarded $148,687 by the McGowan Government’s Made in WA funding and will be directed by multi award winning artist Kelton Pell.

‘Busstop’ is a collective aspiration of the local community who approached the City of Busselton with the idea of telling the untold Aboriginal stories of the Wadandi people.

The musical comedy will be the first local production to premiere at Saltwater, produced locally in Busselton and made possible by the realisation of the new performing arts and convention centre, which is already proving to be a catalyst for arts and culture in the region.

If you should like to be involved with this World Premiere in Busselton, let us know. We would love to hear from you. To register your interest please email precinct@busselton.wa.gov.au

Volunteer

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers with a passion for events and great service to join our team! This will be a valuable opportunity for those who wish to gain more knowledge and hands-on experience in commercial and community based shows such as exhibitions, dance festivals, school functions and business events.

Your valuable support will help link Saltwater and what we do with our local community and help us grow and develop the arts and creativity in the region.

As a Volunteer you will have the opportunity to work in the gallery, the Courthouse complex and theatre in roles as ushers, box office support, tour guide, customer service, gallery assistant, technical assistance, parking attendants, security, retail and food and drink service.

To register your interest please email precinct@busselton.wa.gov.au

Aboriginal Advisory Group

Community advocates and champions of the project, serving as a conduit between the local Aboriginal community and the Project Team. Through consultation with the Aboriginal Advisory Group, the name Saltwater was suggested and consultation led to the name being formally adopted in 2022. This group has also inputted towards future programming in the venue and the development of a welcome statement artwork for the foyer of the venue, to be designed by artist Sandra Hill.

Friends of the Busselton Cultural Precinct Inc.

A sociable and supportive community group promoting and advocating for cultural activities, events & user groups in the Busselton Cultural Precinct. Email the Friends of the Busselton Cultural Precinct and follow them on Facebook.

You are invited to become a member of the Friends of the Busselton Cultural Precinct. Member benefits include:

  • notice of early bird offers
  • invitation to season launches
  • discount ticket offers
  • access to meet & greets with performers
  • invitation to social events & gatherings
  • social membership of the Culture Club
  • membership of Saltwater Friends Facebook group
  • entitlement to be a member of the committee

Membership is currently free. When Saltwater opens, an annual membership fee will be set. To become a member, please apply the above email to receive a membership form and further information.


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