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City of Busselton

The City of Busselton, which includes the town sites of Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup has a high population growth rate, reflecting the area's vibrant economy and increasing employment opportunities. Strong population growth is expected into the future, with the local building and commercial sectors set for continued prosperity.

The city is home to many vineyards and premium wine labels, with substantial plantings of grapes in the area. Other industries in the shire include dairy and beef cattle, sheep, mining, tourism, timber, fishing, and various light industries. Creative industries are also becoming increasingly popular in the area.

The town of Busselton is one of the most popular holiday destinations in rural Western Australia and a premier seaside resort and coastal playground for families. Dunsborough and Cape Naturaliste are very popular holiday destinations offering safe swimming areas as well as excellent boating, fishing and surf breaks.

Busselton officially became a city on January 21, 2012.

Attractions

Visit the Margaret River Region website for detailed information on local attractions, events, tours and accommodation options.

Shire statistics

Towns & communities
Busselton, Dunsborough, Yallingup, Jarrahwood, Vasse, Carbunup, Wonnerup, Broadwater, Geographe, Eagle Bay, West Busselton, Abbey, Quindalup, Bovell
Local industries
Tourism, Viticulture, Dairying, Market Gardening, Manufacturing, Creative Industries
Population
Resident population / annual growth rate
Building value
Residential / non-residential building values
Number of residential building approvals
Labour market
Labour force / unemployment rate
Average income
Average taxable income per annum $63,490
Agriculture
Value of agricultural production

ABS Census data

Community Profiles
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