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Make a Tax Deductible Project Donation

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Help regenerate sponges and soft corals under the Busselton Jetty, support the new school program or assist in the development of a world class Australian Marine Discovery Centre!

The Busselton Jetty Environment Fund (BJEF) has been set up to help fund these special projects to help preserve the Jetty for future generations. Now is the perfect time to contribute as donations made prior to 30 June 2018 will receive a 100% tax deduction.

Pile Rehabilitation

This pilot project has successfully regenerated new life on some of the 1,600 piles beneath the Jetty which had been treated to prevent wood borer damage. We would like to expand the project area and restore more of the amazing marine life.

Busselton Jetty for Schools

An exciting new educational program, which visits schools, is launching in June 2018. The interactive school incursions focus on the history and community value of the Jetty as well as biodiversity and conservation. The program is free to schools thanks to funding from Rio Tinto and the BJEF.

New Australian Marine Discovery Centre

The proposed world class attraction at the end of the Jetty will bring hundreds of thousands more visitors to the region with large viewing areas, interactive displays, educational resources and an underwater dining/function space. The centre will provide a social profit income to preserve and maintain the Jetty for generations not the future.

We appreciate your support – you will be issued a tax receipt. Please find payment options below: 

Online:                 Visit

Direct Deposit:  Busselton Jetty Environment Fund, BSB 036 123, Account 380 191, Ref Surname

Cash:                     Donate at the Jetty Interpretive Centre

Cheque:               Payable to Busselton Jetty Environment Fund, Post to Fundraising Officer, Busselton Jetty, PO Box 851, Busselton WA 6280

Pile Rehabilitation Project

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