A Busselton resident is creating a documentary which will focus on one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Arne Jespersen, is putting together a film, documenting the development of the the Busselton Jetty from the mid 1800s to the present time. Supported by Busselton Jetty Inc, Mr Jespersen is after assistance from Busselton residents who may have early photographs, that may have been taken by grandparents or parents of the Jetty or foreshore. “There is considerable information, stories, photos and even some videos handed down over the early years in Busselton which I am eager to see,” Mr Jespersen said. “Early film that may depict life in Busselton or hard copy photographs or newspaper clippings of the Jetty story would also be ideal and I would be happy to convert these for people to digital records,” he said. Busselton Jetty Inc chair Barry House said the Jetty holds a special place in peoples hearts, whether it’s locals, those across Australia or even folk from around the world. “It has become a symbol of our State, representing our beautiful environment, illustrating a part of our history and emphasising the power of community spirit,” he said. “The Saving the Jetty book by historian Judith Murray told the story in words and now we have been asked to support telling the story in pictures and videos.” All information can be sent to the Busselton Jetty at firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off to the offices or Interpretive Centre.