2020 City of Busselton Community Directory

2020 City of Busselton Community Directory
2020 City of Busselton
       Community Directory




 An up-to-date community resource for the
 City of Busselton region

 Updated 28 February 2020

                                             Photographer: Russell Ord


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Welcome to the City of Busselton Directory


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Information about the Region

Busselton is one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia, first settled in 1834. Located only
two and half hours or 223kms south of Perth, Western Australia, the City is home to the friendly seaside
towns of Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup.
Proclaimed a City on 21 January 2012, the City of Busselton is one of the fastest growing regions in
Western Australia. The municipality has a current (January 2018) resident population of approximately
38,300 people (Australian Bureau of Statistics Census 2016 recorded a population of 37,673) with an
average annual growth rate of around four percent. The population is expected to increase to over
55,000 residents by the year 2026.
Covering an area of 1,454 square kilometres, the City is a thriving community with a strong identity.
With 30kms of pristine sandy beaches, it offers the perfect holiday playground for young and old.
Superb restaurants and a thriving arts community with numerous galleries showcasing the works of
talented artisans are spread throughout the region. Other attractions include national parks, beaches,
caves, wineries, micro-breweries and eco and cultural tourism sites that have credited the region as
the most popular tourist destination outside of Perth in Western Australia.
The City of Busselton is a fast-growing organisation delivering a vast range of facilities and services for
its growing community. Governed by a Council consisting of nine elected members that are elected
by the whole district, the City manages facilities such as the Busselton-Margaret River Regional Airport,
Youth and Community Activities Building, Community Resource Centre, Geographe Leisure Centre,
Naturaliste Community Centre, libraries both in Busselton and Dunsborough, waste facilities both in
Busselton and Dunsborough, ArtGeo Cultural Complex and the Busselton Jetty Tourist Park (formerly
the Kookaburra Caravan Park).
The City also delivers a wide range of important services to its community, including planning and
building development and approvals, economic and business development, environmental health and
planning, waste and recycling, new and existing asset management and maintenance (including roads,
bridges, construction, parks and gardens), events management, ranger services, fire and emergency
services, cultural development, youth development, aged, access and inclusion, along with many other
community services.




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City of Busselton Councillors
               Cr Grant Henley                       Cr Kelly Hick
               MAYOR                                 DEPUTY MAYOR
               M: 0450 281 200                       M: 0400 799 370
               E: grant.henley@busselton.wa.gov.au   E: kelly.hick@busselton.wa.gov.au


               Cr Lyndon Miles                       Cr Jo Barrett-Lennard
               M: 0417 751 785                       M: 0429 927 031
               E: lyndon.miles@busselton.wa.gov.au   E: jo.barrett-lennard@busselton.wa.gov.au



               Cr Phill Cronin                       Cr Ross Paine
               M: 0406 486 575                       M: 0405 340 434
               E: phill.cronin@busselton.wa.gov.au   E: ross.paine@busselton.wa.gov.au



               Cr Sue Riccelli                       Cr Paul Carter
               M: 0408 927 555                       M: 0418 951 584
               E: sue.riccelli@busselton.wa.gov.au   E: paul.carter@ Busselton.wa.gov.au



               Cr Kate Cox
               M: 0458 903 310
               E: kate.cox@busselton.wa.gov.au




City of Busselton Executive Team

               Mike Archer                           Tony Nottle
               CHIER EXECUTIVE OFFICER               DIRECTOR FINANCE & CORPORATE SERVICES



               Oliver Darby                          Paul Needham
               DIRECTOR ENGINEERING & WORKS          DIRECTOR PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
               SERVICES                              SERVICES



               Naomi Searle
               DIRECTOR COMMUNITY &
               COMMERCIAL SERVICES




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General Council and City of Busselton Information
Civic and Administration Centre
Address:             2 Southern Drive, Busselton
Office Hours:        8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday
Telephone:           9781 0444
Email:               city@busselton.wa.gov.au
Website:             www.busselton.wa.gov.au
Post:                Locked Bag 1, Busselton WA 6280

Community Information and Engagement
COUNCIL ADVERTISING - CITY CONNECT
Information relating to City projects and initiatives along
with council agendas are advertised each week in the local
paper

E-NEWSLETTER
The City’s electronic newsletter, Bay to Bay is circulated
monthly to ratepayers and residents with a current email
address registered with the City. To receive the newsletter
straight to your inbox register at:
www.busselton.wa.gov.au/bay2bayregistration

SOCIAL MEDIA
The City is active on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and
regularly posts information and updates relating to events,
council matters, services and facilities. Follow the City on
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@CityBusselton)


Community Halls, Public Facilities and Ovals
Some City halls, public facilities and ovals can be hired on a seasonal or one-off basis. Bookings for some (but not all)
are managed by the City of Busselton. For further information on booking processes, hall availability, fees and usage
policies, contact the Venue Support team on 9781 0383


                                                                 Work Requests
                                                                 Residents can register service requests relating to City
                                                                 of Busselton owned or managed reserves and facilities
                                                                 such as footpaths and roads. To report a work request,
                                                                 please provide your name, contact number and the
                                                                 nature and location of the work.
                                                                 To lodge a work request please use one of the
                                                                 following methods:

                                                                        Email: City@busselton.wa.gov.au
                                                                        Phone:9781 0444
                                                                        Use Snap Send Solve app
                                                                        In person at Civic and Administration Centre




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Contents
Welcome to the City of Busselton Directory .....................................................................................................2
Information about the Region..........................................................................................................................4
City of Busselton Councillors............................................................................................................................5
City of Busselton Executive Team.....................................................................................................................5
General Council and City of Busselton Information ...........................................................................................6
Contents.........................................................................................................................................................7
Aboriginal Services ........................................................................................................................................11
    Aboriginal Health Services ...............................................................................................................................11
    General Aboriginal Services..............................................................................................................................11
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................................................11
    General Accommodation Services....................................................................................................................11
Advocacy Services .........................................................................................................................................11
    General Advocacy Services...............................................................................................................................11
    National & International Advocacy Services .....................................................................................................12
Ageing Services .............................................................................................................................................12
    Ageing Accommodation ...................................................................................................................................12
    Ageing Information & Counselling....................................................................................................................12
    Carer Information.............................................................................................................................................13
    General Ageing Services ...................................................................................................................................13
    Home Care & Safety Services ...........................................................................................................................13
    Seniors Clubs & Social Groups ..........................................................................................................................14
Animal Services .............................................................................................................................................14
    General Animal Services ...................................................................................................................................14
Arts & Creatives ............................................................................................................................................14
    Crafts................................................................................................................................................................14
    Performing Arts & Music ..................................................................................................................................15
    Visual Arts ........................................................................................................................................................15
Child Services................................................................................................................................................16
    Child (and Parent) Information & Counselling ..................................................................................................16
    General Child Services ......................................................................................................................................16
    Play Groups & Childcare ...................................................................................................................................17
Communication & Information ......................................................................................................................18
    Community Information & Referral Services ....................................................................................................18
    General Communication & Information ...........................................................................................................18
Community Centres, Halls & Facilities ............................................................................................................19
    Community & Neighbourhood Centres ............................................................................................................19
Community Clubs & Interest Groups ..............................................................................................................19
    Community Service Clubs .................................................................................................................................19
    General Community Clubs................................................................................................................................21
    SES, Rural Fire, Lifesavers, Search & Rescue.....................................................................................................23




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Crisis & Emergency Services...........................................................................................................................26
    Crisis Counselling & Intervention Services........................................................................................................26
    General Crisis and Emergency Services ............................................................................................................26
    Welfare Assistance & Support Services ............................................................................................................27
Cultural and Migrant Services ........................................................................................................................27
    General Cultural Groups...................................................................................................................................27
    Migrant Services...............................................................................................................................................27
Disability Services..........................................................................................................................................28
    Carer Information.............................................................................................................................................28
    Disability Employment & Training Services.......................................................................................................28
    Disability Information & Counselling ................................................................................................................28
    General Disability Services................................................................................................................................28
Education .....................................................................................................................................................30
    Adult Education................................................................................................................................................30
    General Education Programs............................................................................................................................30
    Private (Primary and High Schools) ..................................................................................................................31
Employment & Training.................................................................................................................................31
    General Employment & Training Services ........................................................................................................31
Environment & Conservation .........................................................................................................................32
    Environment & Conservation Local History ......................................................................................................32
    Environmental Action & Conservation .............................................................................................................32
Health Services .............................................................................................................................................33
    Adult Health Services .......................................................................................................................................33
    Ageing Health Services .....................................................................................................................................33
    Allied Health .....................................................................................................................................................33
    Child Youth & Family Health.............................................................................................................................34
    Community Health & Medical ..........................................................................................................................34
    Dental & Oral Health ........................................................................................................................................35
    Drug & Alcohol Services ...................................................................................................................................35
    General Health Services ...................................................................................................................................36
    General Practice/Doctor...................................................................................................................................37
    Health Rehabilitation Services..........................................................................................................................39
    Hearing Services ...............................................................................................................................................39
    Mental Health Services.....................................................................................................................................39
    Psychiatric Services ..........................................................................................................................................43
    Sexual Support Services & Counselling.............................................................................................................43
Information & Counselling .............................................................................................................................44
    Disability Information & Counselling ................................................................................................................44
    Financial Management & Budgeting ................................................................................................................44
    General Support Services & Counselling ..........................................................................................................44
    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) ...............................................................................................46
    Loss & Grief Support Services & Counselling ....................................................................................................47
    Maternity Support Services & Counselling .......................................................................................................47
    Suicide & Self Harm Information ......................................................................................................................47
Legal Assistance & Information Services .........................................................................................................48
    General Legal Assistance & Information...........................................................................................................48
Peak, Industry and Funding Bodies.................................................................................................................48




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Peak Bodies ......................................................................................................................................................48
Recreation & Leisure .....................................................................................................................................48
    Crafts................................................................................................................................................................48
    Fitness Activities...............................................................................................................................................49
    General Recreation and Leisure .......................................................................................................................49
    Indoor Recreation and Leisure .........................................................................................................................49
    Outdoor Recreation and Leisure ......................................................................................................................49
Religion & Philosophy....................................................................................................................................50
    Churches and Places of Worship ......................................................................................................................50
Sport ............................................................................................................................................................50
    Aquatic Sports ..................................................................................................................................................50
    Field Team Sports.............................................................................................................................................51
    Indoor Sports....................................................................................................................................................52
    Outdoor Sports.................................................................................................................................................54
    Sports Clubs......................................................................................................................................................58
Transport Services.........................................................................................................................................61
    Community Transport ......................................................................................................................................61
    General Transport Services ..............................................................................................................................61
Volunteering .................................................................................................................................................61
    General Volunteering Services .........................................................................................................................61
Welfare Assistance & Services .......................................................................................................................62
    General Welfare & Support Services ................................................................................................................62
    Second Hand Shops..........................................................................................................................................62
Youth Services ..............................................................................................................................................62
    General Youth Services.....................................................................................................................................62
    Youth Crisis & Emergency Services...................................................................................................................62
    Youth Information & Counselling .....................................................................................................................62
Index ............................................................................................................................................................64




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A-Z Guide
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Aboriginal Services
                                                 Accommodation Services
Aboriginal Health Services
                                                 General Accommodation
South West Aboriginal Medical                    Services
Services - Busselton
Busselton Health Campas, 2 Mill Rd,              Australian Homestay Network
BUSSELTON WA 6280                                E info@homestaynetwork.org
E info@swams.com.au                              W homestaynetwork.org
W swams.com.au                                   P (02) 6881 1936
P (08) 9797 8111                                 Australian Homestay Network (AHN) is
The South West Aboriginal Medical Service        Australia's leading international student
(SWAMS) is a Noongar Community Controlled        homestay company. We recruit and train local
Health Organisation, founded on the principles   families to welcome students and study tours
of self determination, empowerment and           groups to Australia so they can experience
freedom of choice. SWAMS recognises the          Aussie culture in a safe and supportive home
right of everyone to the highest attainable      environment. Since 2008, we have
standard of physical and mental health.          successfully placed over 52,000 students from
                                                 179 countries in welcoming homestays
                                                 throughout Australia.
General Aboriginal Services

Undalup Association                              Advocacy Services
47 Bussell Highway, BUSSELTON WA
6280                                             General Advocacy Services
E undalup@outlook.com
W undalup.com
P 0437 782 840                                   Advocacy WA - Busselton
Undalup’s vision is to share the culture,        72 Duchess Street, BUSSELTON WA
traditions, knowledge and history of the         6280
Wadandi people with the broader South West       E admin@advocacywa.org.au
communities – to impart an understanding of
the importance of Boodja (Country) and to
                                                 W advocacywa.org.au
teach the significance of and respect for the    P (02) 9721 6444
Wadandi Elders and Traditional Custodians.       Individual Advocate for people with disability
                                                 and mental health, supporting them on issue
                                                 by issue basis. Currently working 2 days a
                                                 week out of Forrest Personnel for Advocacy
                                                 WA

                                                 Busselton Citizens Advice Bureau
                                                 Unit G4 19 Cammilleri St,
                                                 BUSSELTON WA 6280
                                                 E busselton@cabwa.com.au
                                                 P (08) 9751 1199
                                                 Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is an
                                                 independent, not-for-profit organisation
                                                 connecting people all over Western Australia
                                                 with information and services so they can
                                                 make independent and informed decisions.We
                                                 provide information and referral, a low-cost
                                                 legal advice service on a wide range of issues,
                                                 and a mediation service.



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Consumers of Mental Health WA
E admin@comhwa.org.au
                                                   Ageing Services
W comhwa.org.au
P (08) 9258 8911                                   Ageing Accommodation
CoMHWA provides: systemic advocacy to
improve mental health services and support
consumer wellbeing; promotes education and         Aegis Aged Care Group - Ellenvale
training; provides and facilitates consumer        55 Bell Drive, BROADWATER WA
representation; consults with consumers and
stakeholders in mental health; provides public
                                                   6280
education; and provides policy advice on           E fm.ellenvale@aegiscare.com.au
mental health services in WA. Main activities      W aegiscare.com.au
relate to Mental health and crisis intervention.   P (08) 9788 6400
                                                   Aegis owns and operates more than 28 quality
Mental Health Advocacy Service                     aged care facilities throughoutthe Perth
(MHAS)                                             Metropolitan Area and provides 24-hour care
                                                   and lifestyle support toover 2,500 residents.
E contactus@mhas.wa.gov.au
W mhas.wa.gov.au
                                                   Residential Aged Care
P (08) 6234 6300
The Mental Health Advocacy Service (MHAS)
                                                   E jenifer.pages@avivo.com.au
provides independent advocacy to assist            W baptistcare.com.au
consumers of mental health services protect        P 1300 660 640
their rights. The MHAS includes a dedicated        Baptistcare operates 14 residential care
youth advocate for children and advocates in       facilities in Perth and the South West of
Albany, Broome, Bunbury and Kalgoorlie.            Western Australia, catering for all levels of
                                                   care.
National & International
Advocacy Services                                  Ageing Information &
                                                   Counselling
Cataract Kids Australia
E info@cataractkids.org.au                         CapeCare
W cataractkids.org.au                              20 Ray Ave, BROADWATER WA 6280
Our goal is ultimately to improve the visual       E info@capecare.com.au
outcomes of children affected by cataract. We      W capecare.com.au
aim to enhance the support and information         P (08) 9750 2000
provided to families, work with clinicians to      Our Vision: People living well as they age. Our
optimise treatment outcomes and link with          Mission: Capecare, the people’s choice for
researchers to improve the flow of information.    high quality care and wellness services in our
                                                   South West Communities. Our Values: Our
                                                   core values define the way individuals, teams
                                                   and our organisation operates to deliver our
                                                   services. Capecare commit to:Respect, Unity,
                                                   Enthusiasm, Innovation, Excellence.




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Carer Information                                     Carealot Home Health Services -
                                                      Busselton
                                                      8-10 Prince Street, BUSSELTON WA
Care Jobs                                             6280
P (02) 8001 6106                                      E regionalmanager@carealot.com.au
Care Jobs supports candidates new to the
care industry and current professionals to            W carealot.com.au
improve outcomes for children, young people           P (08) 9751 1077
and adults. Our advisors have extensive               Carealot are providers of Community Aged
experience working in care, we will support           Care. Our services are available throughout
you with clear pathways whether you're                the Perth metropolitan area and the South
starting in the industry or up skilling.              West Regional areas of WA. Our services are
                                                      available from 1 - 24 hours / day, 7 days per
                                                      week. Carealot are approved providers of
General Ageing Services                               Home Care Packages; Veterans Community
                                                      Nursing; veterans Home Care; Commonwealth
                                                      Home Support Program.
Hendercare - West Perth
E hello@hendercare.com.au
                                                      COMMUNITY HOME CARE -
W hendercare.com.au
                                                      Margaret River
P 1300 764 433
We’ve been supporting older Australians since         E info@communityhomecare.org.au
2004. We provide care in your home, in                W communityhomecare.org.au
hospitals and in aged care facilities. It’s our job   P (08) 9757 2333
to find the right person to come and work with        Community Home Care Margaret River
you. And it’s a job we take very seriously. Get       community services include: domestic
in touch with our friendly team today.                assistance, personal care, respite, meal
                                                      preparation and meals on wheels, social
Youngster.co                                          support, transport and home maintenance.
E info@youngster.co
W youngster.co                                        COMMUNITY HOME CARE
We provide digital education for seniors and          INCORPORATED - West Busselton
create jobs for youngsters. We bring                  16 Kent Street, WEST BUSSELTON
generations together!                                 WA 6280
                                                      E info@communityhomecare.org.au
Home Care & Safety                                    W communityhomecare.org.au
Services                                              P (08) 9754 4716
                                                      Community Home Care Busselton provides
                                                      high quality community support services to the
Loneliness Check-in Call                              greater Busselton region. Services include:
E admin@carecallingnow.com                            domestic support, transport, social support,
                                                      meals on wheels, and gardening.
W carecallingnow.com
P 0466 797 900
CareCallingNow Team has added loneliness
Calls Manual calls which you talk to real folk




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Seniors Clubs & Social                               Pets Of Older Persons (Poops) WA -
Groups                                               Busselton
                                                     E busselton@poopswa.org.au
                                                     W poopswa.org.au
Busnet Computer Club                                 P 0417 935 434
22 Peel Terrace, BUSSELTON WA                        POOPS (PetsOfOlderPersons) is a not-for-
6280                                                 profit organisation completely run by
E info@busnet.org.au                                 volunteers. Our volunteers help elderly or
                                                     disabled people to care for their pets (walking
W busnet.org.au                                      dogs, transport to vet etc). Our aim is to help
P (08) 9751 5092                                     in keeping people together with their pets. Our
Busnet is a computer club, set up in                 free service has been operating in Perth for
Busselton, Western Australia, in 1998,               over a decade, and we cover the metropolitan
originally for the 'over 55s' who wished to learn    area, and Busselton.
about and use computers. Since then the club
has expanded its base to include younger
people who wish to access a helping hand free        Possum rescue and rehabilitation
of age restrictions.The main purpose of the          Inc
club is to provide easy understanding of             E ethelmay7@hotmail.com
today's technology for its members.                  P 0438 931 488
                                                     Possum rescue advice & rehabilitation. We
Busselton Senior Citizens                            service Yallingup and busselton areas Call for
22 Peel Terrace, BUSSELTON WA                        help
6280
E manager@www.bscc.net.au                            Possum rescue and rehabilitation
W bscc.net.au                                        Inc - Wonnerup
P (08) 9752 2232                                     E ethelmay7@hotmail.com
Busselton Senior Citizens’ Centre was                P 0438 931 488
established 15 November 1980 by the City of          Possum Rescue & Rehabilitation Inc. is
Busselton and has since provided a hive of           dedicated to possum care in the Busselton,
activity for Seniors in the Busselton Shire. With    Yallingup area. Our members are
major grants from the City of Busselton and          experienced, Registered Rehabilitators with
Lotterywest the Centre was refurbished in            DBCA Parks and Wildlife. Please ring for help
2002 making it a fantastic facility for the Senior   or advice on possums.
Citizens of Busselton.
                                                     Arts & Creatives
Animal Services
                                                     Crafts
General Animal Services
                                                     Busselton Pottery Group
Every Greyhound - Looking for a                      76 Peel Terrace, BUSSELTON WA
greyhound to adopt?                                  6280
E admin@everygreyhound.com.au                        E busseltonpottery@gmail.com
W everygreyhound.com.au                              Busselton Pottery is a friendly community
Australia's directory of greyhounds available to     group of enthusiastic potters, housed in the
adopt as pets. Find us at                            Old Butter Factory. Open Tuesdays,
www.everygreyhound.com.au                            Thursdays and Saturdays from 10am-2pm.
                                                     Enquiries to busseltonpottery@gmail.com




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Performing Arts & Music                          Cape Harmony Choir Dunsborough
                                                 Church of Christ, Naturaliste Terrace,
                                                 DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281
Acting Up - Busselton
                                                 P 0414 707 788
Acting Up Studio, 4 Queen Street,                Cape Harmony Choir based in Dunsbrough
BUSSELTON WA 6280
E russell@actingup.com.au                        Sing Australia - Busselton
W actingup.com.au                                St Mary's Family Centre, 119-121
Acting Up Drama is a specialist Drama School
                                                 Queen Street, BUSSELTON WA 6280
in WA. Classes are run most days of the week
in many different locations in Western           W singaustralia.com.au
Australia                                        P (08) 9756 7385
                                                 Mission Statement: To make it possible for
Busselton Brass                                  everyone to sing together in a non-judgmental
                                                 environment and to be inspired to sing the
Corner of Jolliffe & High Street,                most glorious songs ever composed wherever
BUSSELTON WA 6280                                they may be.To demonstrate the fundamental
E busseltonbrass@gmail.com                       and inherent value of singing for the
Community Brass Band - made up of a variety      betterment of the human spirit, good health
of members from different age groups and         and social well being.
different backgrounds at different levels of
musical ability - WELCOMES NEW                   Voices of the Vasse
MEMBERS and old ones passing through who
                                                 RSL Hall, Rosemary Drive,
might wanna help out!
                                                 BUSSELTON WA 6280
Busselton Choir                                  W voicesofthevasse.info
E gudonya@gmail.com                              P 0418 913 110
                                                 We are an energetic and friendly women’s 4-
P 0400 669 108                                   part-harmony chorus offering new members ‘a
We are a vibrant and diverse group of men        cappella’ vocal training. We perform at various
and women who come together with a shared        venues throughout the year and compete at
love of choral singing. We perform two public    National level of Sweet Adeline’s.Four-part-
concerts and a few charity concerts each year.   harmony singing is fun, energizing and totally
The Choir welcomes new singers, no auditions     addictive. Come along Tuesday evenings and
required. Practices are Thursday from 7:30 to    join in the fun and friendship!
9:30 pm at the RSL Hall. Check our Busselton
Choir Facebook Page or call conductor Marnie
Fulton on 0433 296 176 to discuss more.          Visual Arts

Busselton Repertory Club                         Busselton Art Society
Busselton Repertory Club, Queen                  4 Queen Street, BUSSELTON WA
Street, BUSSELTON WA 6280                        6280
E info@busseltonrepertory.com.au                 P 0411 138 555
W busseltonrepertory.com.au                      The Busselton Art Society has been serving
P (08) 9752 1657                                 artists and the people of Busselton for over 55
The Busselton Repertory Club is a vibrant        years.Members are very proud of their Society
body with members performing several plays a     and always encourage, support and invite new
year, including our ever-popular annual          members to join.Lessons and workshops are
pantomime.Plays normally run for a season of     held throughout the year offering a wide
at least six performances each. The              variety of subjects, styles and media for all -
pantomime, which is held in January, runs for    beginners as well as established artists.
twelve days and performs to full houses!




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Busselton Camera Club                           Ngala Parenting Line
PO Box 217, BUSSELTON WA 6280                   W entrypointperth.com.au
W busseltoncameraclub.org.au                    P 1800 111 546
P 0438 866 775                                  Parenting WA Line is a telephone information
We are a fun group of photography               and support service on parenting, from pre-
enthusiasts whom meet monthly to learn,         birth to 18 years.
share and enjoy all things photographic. New
members are always welcome!                     4Families
                                                71 Kent Street, BUSSELTON WA
Dunsborough Art Society                         6280
18 Gibney Street, DUNSBOROUGH                   W relationshipswa.org.au
WA 6281                                         P (08) 6164 0350
W capeartists.weebly.com                        4families is a free service that provides
P 0439 829 810                                  whatever support families and carers need,
?The Dunsborough Art Society is an amateur      linking them to a variety of services to reduce
group of artists who meet at the Society's      family stress and enable children and young
rooms, cnr Gibney St and Gifford Road           people to reach their full potential.
Dunsborough, every Wednesday and
Thursday from 10am - 4pm.                       The Aussie Hands Foundation Inc
                                                E info@aussiehands.org
Child Services                                  W aussiehands.org
                                                P 0423 475 264
                                                To raise awareness of hand differences in the
Child (and Parent)                              community and support families who have a
                                                child living with a hand difference and
Information & Counselling                       connecting them to other families in a similar
                                                situation and also to adults living with a hand
                                                difference.
Australian Breastfeeding
Association - Capes Group
                                                General Child Services
Carbunup River Hall, Corner of Bussell
Highway and Wildwood Road,
CARBUNUP WA 6280                                Kids National Helpline
E aba.capes@gmail.com                           W kidshelpline.com.au
W breastfeeding.asn.au                          P 1800 551 800
P 1800 686 268                                  Kids Helpline is a free 24 hour counselling
We get together in Carbunup River for           service for Australian kids and young people
breastfeeding discussions and support once a    aged 5-25 years. You can get help over the
month, we'd love for you to join us sometime!   phone, email or web. Our counsellors talk with
                                                more than 6,000 kids

BUZ Nuture Works
Corner of Albert Street and Queen
Street, BUSSELTON WA 6280
E buz@buildupzone.com
W buildupzone.com
P (08) 9751 2435
Nurture Works Foundation is a unique
organisation that is passionate about
Empowering Hope in Children.




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Play Groups & Childcare                          Goodstart Early Learning
                                                 2 Inverness Avenue,
                                                 DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281
Busselton Family Play Group
                                                 E dns@goodstart.org.au
19/21 Kent Street, BUSSELTON WA
                                                 W goodstart.org.au
6280
                                                 P (08) 9756 7533
E enrolments@busseltonfamilyplaygr               At Goodstart our Vision is for Australia’s
  oup.com.au                                     children to have the best possible start in life.
W busseltonfamilyplaygroup.com.au                As Australia’s largest early learning provider
P (08) 9752 3550                                 and a not–for–profit social enterprise, we exist
The Busselton Family Playgroup is based at       purely to improve the lives of Australia’s
The People Place (formerly known as the          children and their families.
Busselton Family Centre) on Kent Street in
Busselton. We have a great facility with large   Naturaliste Family Playgroup
indoor and outdoor play areas and lots of toys   46 Gibney Street, DUNSBOROUGH
that your kids are sure to love.
                                                 WA 6281
                                                 E nfpgpresident@gmail.com
Busselton Joeys Playgroup
                                                 W naturalistefamilyplaygroup.com.au
Our Lady of the Bay Catholic Church
                                                 P (08) 9228 8088
Community Hall, Kelly Drive,                     Our playgroup has been in operation for nearly
BUSSELTON WA 6280                                30 years and it is our members commitment
E busseltonjoeysplaygroup@live.com               that keeps the Playgroup running.All our
W busseltonjoeysplaygroup.com.au                 indoor and outdoor equipment, toys, art and
                                                 craft supplies, power, water, rubbish collection,
P 0421 819 171
                                                 rates, cleaning, gardening, repairs,
Busselton Joey's Playgroup is a not-for-profit
                                                 maintenance and outside pest control are
group that provides a safe and nurturing
                                                 funded entirely by membership fees.
environment for Busselton families to meet
and play.
                                                 Yallingup Steiner School Playgroup
Dunsborough Bush Playgroup                       Yallingup Steiner School, Corner
99 Cornerstone Way,                              Caves Road and Wildwood Road,
DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281                              YALLINGUP WA 6282
P (08) 9742 1133                                 E info@yss.wa.edu.au
Bush walks, craft, reading and play time.        W yss.wa.edu.au
Everyone is welcome. Every Friday during the     P (08) 9755 2230
school term at Cornerstone Dunsborough 9-11      The Yallingup Steiner School is nestled in the
am                                               Wildwood Valley of the rich Margaret River
                                                 region three hours south of Perth in Western
GMAS Playgroup                                   Australia. Families are attracted to the South
2 Hawker Approach, YALYALUP WA                   West with its magnificent coastal and rural
                                                 environment and choose our rich, holistic
6280                                             education for their children.
E enquiries@gmas.wa.edu.au
P (08) 9752 5252
GMAS Playgroup operates from the
Georgiana Molloy Anglican School in
Busselton on Fridays at 9am during School
Terms.




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Communication &                                  General Communication &
                                                 Information
Information
                                                 ALANNAH and MADELINE
Community Information &                          FOUNDATION
Referral Services                                W amf.org.au
                                                 P (03) 9697 0666
                                                 The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is the
APM Local Area Coordinator -                     leading national not-for-profit organisation
Bunbury                                          working to protect children from the effects of
E APM.SWWA@ndis.gov.au                           violence and bullying.
W apm.net.au
P 1300 276 522                                   City of Busselton
APM has been selected to deliver NDIS Local      2 Southern Drive, BUSSELTON WA
Area Coordination services in your community.    6280
Our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) help          E city@busselton.wa.gov.au
NDIS participants, people with disability,       W busselton.wa.gov.au
families and carers to identify and access the
support they need to enjoy a better life.
                                                 P (08) 9781 0444
                                                 The City of Busselton Council performs its role
                                                 utilising a broad range of Committees and
APM Local Area Coordinator -                     other working groups which advise the Council
Busselton                                        to enable informed decision-making to occur.
Shop 13, 69 Prince Street,                       This ensures a broad range of advice,
BUSSELTON WA 6281                                information and opinions are accessible to the
                                                 Councillors when they convene as a Council to
E APM.SWWA@ndis.gov.au                           make decisions on behalf of the district.
W apm.net.au
P 1300 276 522                                   Dunsborough Library
APM has been selected to deliver NDIS Local
Area Coordination services in your community.
                                                 Dunsborough Lakes Drive,
Our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) help          DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281
NDIS participants, people with disability,       E dunslib@busselton.wa.gov.au
families and carers to identify and access the   W busseltonlibraries.com.au
support they need to enjoy a better life.        P (08) 9756 7111
                                                 Our libraries are community connectors
APM Local Area Coordinator -                     transforming lives through inspiring and
Margaret River                                   enabling learning, innovation, literacy,
E APM.SWWA@ndis.gov.au                           creativity and change.
W apm.net.au
P 1300 276 522                                   GIVIT
APM has been selected to deliver NDIS Local      E info@givit.org.au
Area Coordination services in your community.    W givit.org.au
Our Local Area Coordinators (LACs) help          GIVIT (givit.org.au) is a national online not-for-
NDIS participants, people with disability,       profit matching generosity with genuine need.
families and carers to identify and access the
support they need to enjoy a better life.        QLife
                                                 E ask@qlife.org.au
Wageline                                         W qlife.org.au
E wageline@dmirs.wa.gov.au                       P 1800 184 527
W commerce.wa.gov.au                             QLife is a free and anonymous national phone
P 1300 655 266                                   and web chat counselling, support and referral
Wageline is a free confidential employment       service for LGBTI people, their friends and
information service.                             families.


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You're welcome AccessWA                          Busselton Chamber of Commerce
E yourewelcome@dsc.wa.gov.au                     38 Peel Terrace, BUSSELTON WA
W accesswa.com.au                                6280
P (08) 9426 9315                                 E ceo@busseltonchamber.com.au
People with disability, carers and seniors can   W busseltonchamber.com.au
search to find accessible business and           P (08) 9754 2694
community facilities in Western Australia.       The Busselton Chamber of Commerce &
Access information will assist people of all     Industry was formed in December 1937 and
ages and abilities, including people who use a   today is a pro-active, ethical, dynamic and
wheelchair, have difficulty walking or who are   highly visible organisation dedicated to
blind or deaf.                                   supporting local businesses and working with
                                                 the whole community to develop the economic
Community Centres, Halls &                       growth in our fast growing region.

Facilities                                       Busselton RSL
                                                 10 Rosemary Drive, BUSSELTON WA
                                                 6280
Community &                                      E email@busseltonrsl.org.au
Neighbourhood Centres                            W rslwa.org.au
                                                 P (08) 9752 2488
                                                 Founded to support veterans and their
The People Place Busselton                       families, the core mission has never changed,
19-21 Kent St, BUSSELTON WA 6280                 but has continued to grow and evolve as the
E busseltonfc@westnet.com.au                     needs of each generation changed. From
W thepeopleplace.org.au                          young and old, ex-serving to current, male and
                                                 female alike, the RSLWA is here to assist.
P (08) 9752 3550
We are a friendly, informal place where
community members can meet for a variety of      Busselton Surf Lifesaving Club
health and social activities at minimal cost.    21 Foreshore Parade, BUSSELTON
                                                 WA 6280
Community Clubs & Interest                       P 0418 918 653
                                                 Community surf lifesaving bring family fun to
Groups                                           the Busselton Foreshore

                                                 Dunsborough and Districts
Community Service Clubs                          Progress Association
                                                 PO Box 63, DUNSBOROUGH WA
                                                 6281
Apex Club Of Busselton                           E secretary@dunsboroughprogress.c
PO Box 200, BUSSELTON WA 6280                      om.au
E president@apexbsn.org.au                       W dunsboroughprogress.com.au
W apexbsn.org.au                                 P 0412 221 117
Apex is a volunteer community service
                                                 Our vision is for an engaged, vibrant and
organisation that offers active Australians
                                                 active Dunsborough community whose
aged 18 to 45 an opportunity to learn more
                                                 members value sustainability, the environment
about themselves, gain new skills, make new
                                                 and the inherited natural open space.
friends and help those in need.




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Dunsborough-Yallingup Chamber of                    Port Geographe Landowners
Commerce and Industry                               Association
PO Box 146, DUNSBOROUGH WA                          E portgeographeloa@gmail.com
6281                                                W portgeographe.com.au
E admin@dycci.com.au                                Working together as a community to help
W dycci.com.au                                      improve our personal safety and household
                                                    security. Port Geographe Neighbourhood
P 0412 037 413                                      Watch is a for the local residents and
Our Chamber is focused on providing a forum         homeowners of our area only. Look out for
for local businesses in our community to meet       each other. Get to know your neighbours.
and interact on a regular basis, be kept up to
date with economic issues, infrastructure and
business opportunities, and to actively             Probus Club of Busselton Inc
support, encourage and highlight upcoming           E phylpeach@gmail.com
events to our area                                  P 0400 787 789
                                                    Probus Clubs bring together retired and semi-
Lions Club of Busselton                             retired people in fellowship and friendship for
306 Queen Elizabeth Avenue,                         monthly meetings with stimulating guest
                                                    speakers and a wide variety of outings and
BOVELL WA 6280                                      events.There are more than 6,000 members in
E busselton.wa@lions.org.au                         over 100 Probus Clubs in Western Australia
W busselton.wa.lions.org.au
P (08) 9754 2432                                    Probus Club of Dunsborough
Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the      8 Moondah Close, DUNSBOROUGH
cities and in the country. Clubs are easily
identified by their distinctive Logo, the
                                                    WA 6281
trademark of our International Association, and     W govolunteer.com.au
the 'We Serve'; motto. Lions Australia is part of   P (08) 9756 8374
an international association, filled with people    Probus Clubs bring together retired and semi-
who are joined by the common desire to make         retired people in fellowship and friendship for
their communities better, by using their            monthly meetings with stimulating guest
creativity, enthusiasm and energy.                  speakers and a wide variety of outings and
                                                    events.There are more than 6,000 members in
Lions Club Of Dunsborough                           over 100 Probus Clubs in Western Australia
35 Dunsborough Lakes Drive,
DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281                                 Probus Club of Vasse Inc.
E dunslions@gmail.com                               PO Box 590, BUSSELTON WA 6280
W dunsboroughlions.com.au                           E cole-anna-whiteman@bigpond.com
P (08) 9756 7410                                    P 0419 635 054
We are a group of people who are dedicated          Probus Clubs bring together retired and semi-
to making our communities a better place to         retired people in fellowship and friendship for
live, work and grow. We collaborate with like-      monthly meetings with stimulating guest
minded people who are dedicated to providing        speakers and a wide variety of outings and
real change and creating opportunities within       events.There are more than 6,000 members in
our communities. At Lions we make things            over 100 Probus Clubs in Western Australia
happen.




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Residents of Eagle Bay Association                 Smiths Beach Surf Life Saving Club
PO Box 64, DUNSBOROUGH WA                          E admin@sbslsc.com.au
6281                                               W sbslsc.com.au
E reba@reba.org.au                                 P 0491 136 957
W reba.org.au                                      Smiths Beach Surf Life Saving Club is a
The Residents of Eagle Bay Association was         volunteer organisation operating under the
established nearly 29 years ago to preserve        leadership of Surf Life Saving Western
and enhance the interests of Eagle Bay and its     Australia.
residents. Since 1990 it has actively monitored
developments affecting the area, represented       General Community Clubs
the interests of members, worked to enhance
the environment and sought to encourage
community spirit                                   Busselton And Sugito Sister Cities
                                                   Association
Rotary Club Of Busselton                           E sistercity@busselton.wa.gov.au
Geographe Bay                                      W bassca.asn.au
555 Roe Terrace, BUSSELTON WA                      P (08) 9781 1789
6280                                               The Busselton and Sugito Sister Cities
E berniemasters@iinet.net.au                       Association (BASSCA) is a volunteer
W portal.clubrunner.ca                             responsible for managing the sister city
                                                   relationship between the City of Busselton and
P 0438 273 097
                                                   Town of Sugito, Japan. This is includes an
The Rotary Club of Busselton Geographe Bay
                                                   annual School Exchange and biennial
is one of over 100 Rotary Clubs in Western
                                                   community cultural exchanges.
Australia. We are a service club and part of
the Rotary International organisation - a global
network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends,        Busselton Bowling Club
leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world       Churchill Park, Brown Street,
where people unite and take action to create       BUSSELTON WA 6280
lasting change – across the globe, in our
communities, and in ourselves.
                                                   E bsnbowl@westnet.com.au
                                                   W busseltonbowling.club
Salvation Army - Busselton                         P (08) 9752 2164
                                                   The primary purpose of our club is to provide a
94 Kent St, BUSSELTON WA 6280                      venue for lawn bowls. This includes members
E cortsofficer.bussselton@aus.savatio              and visitors who like the social and competitive
  narmy.org                                        aspects of the game. We cater for the disabled
W salvationarmy.org.au                             and abled body bowlers. We have an excellent
                                                   large venue to hire at very reasonable rates for
P (08) 9754 2733
                                                   various functions. Other club activities include,
The Salvation Army Australia is an
                                                   cards, line dancing & bootscootin and carpet
international Christian movement, united by
                                                   bowls.
faith and giving hope where it’s needed most.
Across Australia – in cities, country towns and
rural communities – our work touches every         Busselton Community Garden
demographic and age group. We’re involved in       Corner of Strelley Street & Roe
national issues while also bringing hope to        Terrace, BUSSELTON WA 6280
people who may be experiencing hardship or
injustice.
                                                   E president@bcg.garden
                                                   W bcg.garden
                                                   P 0438 778 413
                                                   The gardens aim to provide a space for
                                                   recreation and social interaction, a place to
                                                   encourage and educate the community about
                                                   sustainable organic gardening, sharing and
                                                   increasing knowledge in the practices of
                                                   permaculture.




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Busselton Historical Society                        Dunsborough And Districts Country
E secretary@busseltonhistoricalsociet               Club
  y.com.au                                          40 Gifford Road, DUNSBOROUGH
P (08) 9754 2166                                    WA 6281
To foster a continuing interest and                 E manager@dunsboroughcountryclub
understanding of the history and cultural             .org.au
diversity of the district surronding Busselton
Western Australia.
                                                    W dunsboroughcountryclub.org.au
                                                    P (08) 9755 3250
                                                    The Dunsborough and Districts Country Club
Busselton Men's Shed                                provides a wide range of recreational and
555 Roe Terrace, BUSSELTON WA                       entertainment facilities including golf, tennis,
6280                                                bowls, croquet and cycling and visitors are
E mensshedbsn@gmail.com                             always welcome to participate in any of our
P 0438 166 694                                      activities!
Men’s Sheds are community-based, non-profit,
non-commercial organisations that are               Dunsborough Bay Yacht Club
accessible to all men where men are able to         307 Geographe Bay Road,
work on meaningful projects at their own pace       QUINDALUP WA 6281
in their own time in the company of other men.
A major objective is to advance the well-being
                                                    E phales@iinet.net.au
and health of their male members.                   W dbyc.org.au
                                                    P (08) 9756 7910
Busselton Oral History Group                        Our club is a non for profit community club, run
                                                    by local families. We welcome you and your
76 Peel Terrace, BUSSELTON WA                       family to our club and we strive to offer you a
6280                                                friendly, safe and enjoyable atmosphere to try
E mmcedawson@bigpond.com                            sailing or use our facilities.
The Busselton Oral History Group capture the
fascinating stories of people local to              Dunsborough Community Garden
Busselton, Dunsborough and surrounding
areas.                                              Dunsborough Community Garden.
                                                    Dunsborough Lakes Drive,
Busselton Woodturners                               DUNSBOROUGH WA 6281
Rear of ArtGeo Gallery, 4 Queen                     E dunscommgarden@gmail.com
Street, BUSSELTON WA 6280                           W dunscommgarden.webs.com
E busseltonwoodturners@gmail.com                    P 0429 081 898
We aim to share the skills of woodturning and       The Garden is a association formed to provide
information about local timbers. Open               local residents with space, resources &
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays &                   knowledge to produce food using sustainable
Saturdays 9am to 3pm, for members and               method. Please visit our website for more
visiting public. New members, ladies, men &         information on becoming a garden member.
juniors over 14, always welcome.
                                                    Dunsborough Historical Society
Cape Mountain Bikers                                E leazinn.383@gmail.com
PO Box 1003, DUNSBOROUGH WA                         P 0450 021 758
6281                                                The Dunsborough Historical Society is a not
                                                    for profit organisation made up of local
E capemountainbikers@icloud.com                     volunteers and members of all ages.We
W capemountainbikers.asn.au                         collect, collate and celebrate the oral history of
The Cape Mountain Bikers trails advocacy            our glorious region by local residents both past
groups agenda is to lobby for the creation of       and present.
sustainable trails in the City of Busselton. With
specific attention directed towards the
development of legalized riding areas and a
bike facility in Meelup Regional park.



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