Changes to visitor servicing on the Busselton Foreshore

The City of Busselton is embarking on the next exciting phase of the Busselton Foreshore Redevelopment, which will provide greater amenity and an improved experience for visitors to the region.  The Nautical Lady Tower has been earmarked for demolition as part of this redevelopment.  Operating visitor servicing on the Busselton Foreshore has proved extremely successful, with the number of visitors through the door more than doubling to in excess of 200,000 annually.  Plans for our new permanent location at Railway House are underway with BJECA and the City, and we are looking forward to being apart of the vibrant Busselton Foreshore.  While we were hopeful that we would be able to move from our current location, to our new permanent location at Railway House, we have always known that the Nautical Lady Tower was a temporary arrangement.  To help facilitate the redevelopment works, we will be moving  to another temporary location within the Foreshore precinct in the coming weeks, and are currently working with the City to find the best alternative.  We will keep you updated as we progress.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Sharna Kearney or Matt Norton.