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Paddlers to Tackle Jetty

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Busselton local Kurt Linardi is in training to race around the Busselton Jetty but he won’t be swimming, he will be paddling. Kurt won the 3.6km Busselton Jetty Paddle surfski category in 2015 and has registered for the 2017 event and encourages other paddlers to do so to. “I am looking forward to competing with…

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Dine in the Underwater Observatory with Tim Whitty

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He's taking over our kitchen! The philosophy at Tim Whitty Kitchen Takeovers is simple: to bring world class produce which is perfectly executed in preparation, cooking and presentation, to your special occasion. Available for 5 nights only, Saturday 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of January and Tuesday 14th of February (Valentines Day). Be one of the first to…

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Underwater Observatory Night Tours

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The unique marine life under the Busselton Jetty will sparkle after dark this summer with marine lighting installed this week to run nocturnal tours and permission to sell alcohol and food on the train being granted under new liquor licensing laws. Busselton Jetty CEO Lisa Shreeve said being able to stand 8m below water without…

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The Blue Ringed Octopus

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Story by Lee Buurman. The importance of understanding the blue ringed octopus is 3 fold. Firstly this little animal is recognised as one of the world’s most venomous marine animals. Secondly it s prevalent along our shores Thirdly over the last couple of summers there have been several bites that have lead to urgent medical…

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Only Days until we get the new train!

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After four years of planning and one year being built, the Busselton Jetty will receive its first new train in 22 years – an electric shining red masterpiece, just in time for Christmas. The new electric train, costing just over $400,000 will accommodate up to 90 people, an upgrade on the existing 50 and will…

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Festival of Paddle

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The Events Capital of Western Australia will be delivering another World Class Event with the Festival of Paddle taking place in Busselton April 1 and 2, 2017. The event will take place on the Busselton foreshore, within the surrounds of the Busselton Jetty, with racing held over both days. The event is open to all…

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The Busselton Jetty need your little piece of the puzzle

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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 Busselton Jetty are calling on the community to make contributions, in the form of photo or video, and the best will be showcased. The jetty has experienced a turbulent…

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New Jetty Train Update

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Carriage Framework assembled for review

As you know the Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association (BJECA) have been progressing on the development of a new electric train. Here is an update on the progress of the carriages from Ian Clarke, Busselton Jetty Operations Manager. "In the next week or two, one carriage will be completely assembled as a ‘bare’ unit…

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Busselton Jetty and Westpac Partner Up

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If you're after a competitive home loan rate and want to support the jetty at the same time then please see the guys at Westpac. "It is with great pleasure that I can announce a new partnership between Westpac and the Busselton Jetty.  Anyone that takes out a Home Loan with Westpac and lets Westpac…

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Rehabilitation of Marine Life

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Rehabilitation of Marine Life

In a world first marine rehabilitation project, Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory Manager Sophie Teede has been successfully colonising sea sponges and soft corals on Busselton Jetty pylons. It was not known if the marine life would regenerate after being scraped off to prevent the progression of the molluscan wood borer or Teredo worm. “The initial…

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