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26 & 28 Causeway Road, Busselton WA 6280

26 & 28 Causeway Road, Busselton WA 6280

Prime Development Opportunity!

Two vacant lots of land, 26 Causeway Road (1019sqm) and 28 Causeway Road (1037sqm), are available for sale at $690,000 each. The properties are zoned Special Use R-AC3 under Local Planning Scheme No.21 and offer a prime opportunity for development.

Situated right at the entrance to the Busselton town centre, across from the City of Busselton building and opposite Rotary Park, these high profile vacant land sites offer exceptional development potential and high exposure.

Subject to approval by the City of Busselton, the properties can be developed for a range of purposes including but not limited to Aged Persons Home, Club Premises, Community Purpose, Grouped and Multiple Dwellings, Consulting Room, Residential Building, Medical Centre, Reception Centre, and Office.

With the current development boom in the Busselton town centre, including the expansion of the Busselton Central shopping precinct, the Garden Inn Hilton Hotel, the construction of a Performing Arts and Convention Centre, direct flights from Busselton to Melbourne and soon to be Sydney in 2024, the City of Busselton is experiencing exceptional growth. Businesses and investors have a unique opportunity to secure a commercial footprint in one of the fastest growing regional areas in WA.

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This land listing located in Busselton has been listed for sale by Richard Krikken at Busselton Agency.

If you would like to get in touch with Richard Krikken regarding this listing, please call 0488 988 292 or contact the agent via email.

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Nearby schools

St Mary Mackillop College
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  • Non-government
Busselton Senior High School
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  • Government
Geographe Primary School
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  • Government

Busselton overview

Busselton is a city located 220 kilometres south-west of Perth and was one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia. The Busselton area was named in honour, an early and notable family of pioneers who were the first settlers in the area in 1832, however the name officially used in June 1835. It is believed that the Bussells were not consulted about the name and preferred the name Capel after a relative in England, Capel Carter, but the name Busselton was retained. 

Life in Busselton

The main economic focus in Busselton has gradually shifted from agriculture to tourism which has grown the district significantly over the years. Not only is Busselton blessed with a beautiful waterfront including calm, white-sand beaches, superb whale watching and a lively foreshore with beachside cycle paths, it also has a buzzing cultural hub with a great food and wine scene. 

Busselton is also home to the Busselton Jetty which stretches 1,841 metres out to sea and is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. At the end of the jetty there is a world class ‘Underwater Observatory’ which descends eight metres to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase to display an awe inspiring forest of vividly coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates. 

Busselton quick stats

High end $830k
Median $673k
Low end $579k
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Busselton Agency has listed this land at 26 & 28 Causeway Road, Busselton for sale with a listing price of $690,000.

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26 & 28 Causeway Road, Busselton is listed for sale by Richard Krikken at Busselton Agency.

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