Rec centres get a new website boost

Catherine MasseyBusselton Dunsborough Times
Mary Eberuss, Sharon Hiscock, and Megan Daley with the new look website.
Camera IconMary Eberuss, Sharon Hiscock, and Megan Daley with the new look website.

Life will become simpler when the City of Busselton’s new websites for the Geographe Leisure Centre and Naturaliste Community Centre launch on July 27.

The tailor-made sites boast easy access to group fitness timetables, pool lane availability and sports fixtures, as well as quick links to news items, activities and events.

Busselton mayor Grant Henley said the launch of the new websites was perfectly timed to celebrate the reopening of both centres post COVID-19.

“There’s an exciting vibe at our leisure centres,” he said.

“The new website reflects this fresh energy — it’s modern and will significantly enhance communication.”

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The launch of the new websites is part of a broader upgrade project which will include all City of Busselton websites.

Over the next two years the city’s main corporate website as well as its library, Busselton Margaret River Airport and Busselton Jetty Tourist Park sites will be reviewed and upgraded.

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