Suburb Profile: Busselton, WA

Beautifully surrounded by clear blue ocean and pristine sandy beaches, the prominent suburb of Busselton is situated in the South West region of Western Australia. The city is bounded by the Shires of Augusta-Margaret River, Capel, Donnybrook and Nannup and is highly regarded for its central location with the convenience of vibrant suburban communities. The constant development and continual upgrades to the area make it a conducive place to raise a family and for retirees seeking a tranquil lifestyle. Take a little peek to see what this beautiful town has in store for you!

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The Neighbours

Across all suburbs within the City of Busselton, this suburb takes up 69% of the local population, with 25,329 residents living in the area. Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows the median age of Busselton residents is 42, just above the national average of 38 years. With approximately 6,744 families residing in Busselton, children aged 0-14 years account for 19.7%, and people aged 65 years and over represent 21.5% of the population. The top three occupations in Busselton are in Technicians and Trades Workers (18.4%), Professionals (13.8%) and Labourers (13.3%). Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Busselton continues to attract retirees who wish to enjoy retirement to the fullest but still lead an active lifestyle.

The Commute

Busselton is no less convenient than Perth. The suburb is largely serviced by the town’s bus service – TransRegional allows residents to commute intra-town and inter-town within regional Western Australia. Families with school-aged children have access to the Public Transport Authority’s School Bus service (SBS) for free of charge. For those who need an occasional trip to the CBD, a regular train service runs from Perth to Bunbury with connecting coach lines to Busselton. Residents travelling to work or school can also hop on the coach services with flexible timetables to accommodate their schedules.

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Shopping For The Family

Whether you need a last-minute trip to the grocery store or a fancy wardrobe overhaul, Busselton Boulevard and Power Centre have got you covered for all your essentials. Just a quick two minutes drive and a short 1 KM distance between the two shopping malls, you can find Coles, Supa IGA, Kmart, Aldi supermarkets, pharmacies, hair salon and bakery. If you need some inspiration for your daily outfit, The Busselton Shopping Centre offers a huge selection of iconic Australian fashion retailers.

The School Run

There are a handful of options for schooling – St Mackillop Catholic College, Georgiana Molloy Anglican School and Cornerstone Christian College are some of the best local co-educational religious schools for Years K to 12. Geographe Primary School, Busselton Primary School, West Busselton Primary School, Vasse Primary School and Busselton Senior High School are all located within the neighbourhood. There is also a vast range of industry-related courses from business administration, information technology, visual arts, automotive to horticulture and landscaping at South Regional TAFE, only about 2 km away.

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What’s Going on?

The City of Busselton is very well known for hosting a number of international sporting events and other regional cultural events, dubbed “Events Capital WA”. Now in its 16th year, the Ironman Triathlon Western Australia is often featured on the bucket-list race for competitive athletes across the globe. If you are into Jazz music, you wouldn’t want to miss “Jazz by the Bay”, a four-day music festival accompanied with local gourmet food and wine. You can enjoy live jazz performances put together by world-class musicians in Busselton and across Western Australia’s South West.

You can actively participate in the annual Dunsborough Arts Festival to showcase your talent or enrolled in belly dancing workshops or simply rent a space to sell your craftwork at the Art Market. Whatever your preferences, there is always something to look forward to at Busselton!

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Diana Pratiwi

Diana's background is in Journalism and International Relations. She is drawn to open floor plan architecture that combines the living and dining rooms into one cozy communal space and her ideal home would be one that has a lot of natural light.

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