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Busselton was founded by the Bussell family on 1832 in the South West Region of Western Australia. It’s urban population has grown dramatically and on the latest census in 2015, Busselton has approximately 36, 285 population.
The regional city has been voted as Western Australia’s tourist spot three times.
The Bussell family first settled in Busselton in 1834 after John Garret Bussell discovered the lush farm land in the area. They establish the Cattle Chosen, the first cattle station in the region, and became a flourishing station. Not long after, Augusta settlers transferred to the area.
The term Busselton, officially used in June 1835, was named after the Bussell family. However, the family prefers Capel in honor of their relative, Capel Carter.
Despite the disparity, the name Busselton was still used until today.
Being nominated as one of the Western Australia’s top tourist spot, expect an abundance of wonderful tourist destinations and areas of interest in Busselton.
The Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden pier. The construction started in 1853 and finished in the 1960’s on a length of 1841 meters.
The St Mary’s Church of England is Western Australia’s oldest stone church built between 1844 and 1845.
Busselton is undeniably a developed suburb for having complete amenities like airport, schools, and hospitals.
The suburb is serviced by the Busselton Regional Airport and has several primary and secondary schools and one tertiary institution.
The Busselton Hospital is located 3 km west of the town center. In 2014, a new hospital was constructed.