Bill Bunbury in Busselton

“Oral history groups from around the South-West met in Busselton on Friday for the first time since 1995 and were treated to a presentation from former ABC broadcaster and historian Bill Bunbury. Mr Bunbury played snippets of interviews he conducted during the preparation of his book Invisible Country¬†and discussed the importance of belonging to land.” For full story click here.

Busselton Oral History

After nearly a year’s work, a book detailing the history of the City of Busselton through the accounts of its residents past and present has been released.  Busselton Life in Snips & Snapswas written and edited by Dr Colleen Liston with photo-editing by Heather Hill for the Busselton Oral History Group and details the past, present and personal histories of Geographe Bay.  Group president Margaret Dawson helped by providing many old photographs.  The book includes excerpts from more than 450 hours of oral history interviews that have been recorded over a 32-year period by volunteers.  For full story click here.

Busselton Oral History

After nearly a year’s work, a book detailing the history of the City of Busselton through the accounts of its residents past and present has been released.  Busselton Life in Snips & Snaps was written and edited by Dr Colleen Liston with photo-editing by Heather Hill for the Busselton Oral History Group and details the past, present and personal histories of Geographe Bay.  Group president Margaret Dawson helped by providing many old photographs.  The book includes excerpts from more than 450 hours of oral history interviews that have been recorded over a 32-year period by volunteers.  For full story click here.