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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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Progress on Railway House

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Railway House Takes Shape on the Foreshore Less than 8 weeks since the first sod was turned to mark the beginning of the Railway House project the building’s footprint is now clearly evident. Bulk earthworks have been completed and around 700m2 of concrete slab put down. Foundation pipes for drainage and plumbing and electrical cabling…

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Biggest Morning Tea at Busselton Jetty

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Busselton Jetty will once again be hosting a Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea and possibly also the longest Morning Tea in Australia on Sunday May 22. Between the hours of 9.30 and 11.30 Busselton Jetty will be offering free jetty entry for those participating in the morning tea and it is hoped they will donate…

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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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Launching the Deluxe Jetty Tours

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Want to be a VIP for a day? You can on a new tour has started at the Busselton Jetty that combines a guided heritage tour and an Underwater Observatory Tour, in a chauffeur driven electric vehicle. The Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association (BJECA) has commenced Deluxe Jetty Tours for people who have small…

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MEDIA RELEASE – Name the new Busselton Jetty Train

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CAN you picture your name or your business’s name on the iconic Busselton Jetty Train? A new 90 seat electric train is currently being manufactured to replace the 50 seat petrol train and the Busselton Jetty Environment and Conservation Association (BJECA) is seeking Expressions of Interest for naming rights. BJECA CEO Lisa Shreeve said the…

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Busselton Jetty receives $200,000 Federal Grant

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New tours and attractions to bring more international and interstate tourists to Busselton will commence at the Busselton Jetty after a $200,000 grant from the Federal Government’s Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure Programme. Busselton Jetty CEO Lisa Shreeve said BJECA was very excited to receive the grant which would go towards funding a new larger electric…

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Build your own JETTY!

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STUDENTS across the South West can help celebrate the Busselton Jetty’s 150th Birthday by making their own Jetty structure, in a competition launched today at Bay OK Day, with $600 worth of prizes. From April 1 for 150 days, the creative competition will be open so that students can use any recycled materials, old car…

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