Another round of community partnerships on offer with Busselton Water

Applications are now open for the latest round of the Busselton Water Community Partnership Program.

The Partnership Program seeks to support the local community, volunteer groups, schools and clubs, particularly projects related to water efficiency; environmental sustainability; education; innovation; a strong sense of community and leadership.

In 2021, six local groups received funding, including FAWNA who received a new caged trailer to assist transportation needs, and POOPS Busselton for a new gazebo to gain a larger presence.

The Busselton Community Garden accessed funding for a new water tank, and long-standing program recipient, Disabled Surfers Association South West for its Let’s Go Surfing days at Bunker Bay.

Busselton Water Managing Director Chris Elliott said the program has continued to be a success over the past five years and he’s looking forward to see this year’s applications.

“We’d love to see local groups apply this year from across the community that need the support, so if you have a project that needs a helping hand, please complete an application form and send it in.” said Mr Elliott.

Busselton Volleyball Association also received $1,400 towards new equipment that supports both the indoor and beach seasons.

Busselton Volleyball Treasurer, Nick Tyler said that the Busselton Water Community Partnership Program has been valuable resource for sporting and community groups.

“With the new season of our indoor competition commencing in April, the new equipment will allow greater quality of training and gameplay for our club.”

There’s less than one week left to apply for funding before applications close on Friday 25 March 2022. For more information or to apply, visit

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Left-Right – Nick Tyler, Stuart Luff and Tenaya Docking with new equipment playing volleyball.