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Pop Up Wedding at Busselton Jetty

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It’s new, it’s unique and now it can be a dream come true. Busselton Jetty is hosting pop up weddings at the end of the Jetty. Starting from $4000, you could have your dream wedding on the Jetty. The price package (for a 60min ceremony) includes: • Red carpet • 50 guest chairs • Flowers…

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Ballaarat Railway Engine Home At Last

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Now fully restored the historic Ballaarat Engine has been relocated to the new interpretive centre in Railway House. The oldest surviving Australian-built locomotive, Ballaarat Engine has seen many homes. It lay abandoned on Wonnerup Beach for many years before being located to the Midland Railway Yards. Delivered back to Busselton in 1937 at the behest…

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Retail Product Update

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Spring has sprung, the sun is shining and the water is crystal clear! We love this time of year and to kick off the season we have some fantastic fresh new products just perfect for our spring and summer beach lifestyle. With more products arriving each week there’s no better time to come in for…

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Corroboree Asia 2016

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Corroboree Asia is an Australia-based trade event that combines a training workshop and familiarisation visits exclusively for qualified Aussie Specialist agents from Greater China and other key Asian markets including Japan, Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. These qualified Aussie Specialist agents are front-line retail agents who actively sell Australia as a preferred long-haul destination…

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Virtual Reality Coming to Jetty Museum

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With help from Lotterywest, Royalties for Regions and the Southwest Development Commission, the Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association are upgrading the Interpretive Centre Museum. The refreshed museum will bring history to life and offer a new and invigorated visitor experience, with interactive, immersive creative technologies. At the heart of this redevelopment is the introduction…

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Crocheting a coral reef

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Wendy Kelton is a Jetty Host. When Wendy isn’t volunteering she enjoys a cuppa, making new friends, having a chat and most importantly, crochet. Wendy has begun a huge undertaking of crocheting a coral reef. She has enjoyed herself immensely in the process and would like to spread the joy. So if you are a…

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$10.5 Million redevelopment of Busselton foreshore

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Premier Colin Barnett and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman announced a $10.5 Million redevelopment of Busselton foreshore to deliver quality beachfront accommodation and tourism experiences. “The South-West is Western Australia’s most visited regional area and the redeveloped Busselton foreshore will create an attractive investment proposition for private hotel developers and generate a substantial economic stimulus for…

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Busselton Naturalists Club

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Resident Marine Biologist and Underwater Observatory Manager Sophie Teede was guest speaker at Naturalists' February meeting. Here is just a little snippet of her enlightening talk on marine invertebrates as written by GNAT. What a colourful crew they are! The orange and rose sponges, for example, form some of the patchwork 'quilted' covering for the hundreds of…

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A little Dinner Inspiration

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BUSSELTON JETTY FISHING CLINIC SECRET FISH RECIPES From the amazing Busselton locals who fish at the Jetty Easy Fish Cakes – Thai style 500 g white fish ½ cup coconut milk 1 teas crushed garlic 2 tabs fish sauce 2 tabs chopped coriander Grated rind of 1 lime 2 teas hot chili sauce ½ teas…

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Busselton Jetty and the Leeuwin Current

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Being nearby the coast in Western Australia during the autumn months provides the opportunity to experience some of the best ocean conditions to be had all year. The best diving, fishing and boating often occurs during the months of March through April, due to the previous months of summer providing calm and warm conditions. The…

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