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You no longer have to be in Busselton to listen to Western Tourist Radio
programs. You can listen now or download segments of our program and listen to them via
your computer or iPod or if your car radio has provision for a memory stick you can
save the files and listen while you are driving to the South West. Simply
left click on the
mp3 files below to play in your default player or right click on the mp3
file then Save Target As (or Save Link As,
if you are using Firefox) in the options provided to
save and listen later.
A Long Ride Back , (file size 1.4MB) a book by Steven
Crenfeldt . This is the story of how I got back doing the sport that I
love, after a serious bike accident. It is about how an event can change
your life and how your network of friends surround you and give you the
greatest chance of success, more than you would ever
(file size 898KB)
An interview with Erl & Ros Happ talking about Happs
& Three Hills and
the attractions around Dunsborough.
(file size 568KB) Interview with long time local Roy Morris.
Includes stories of tethering horses in the main street and a first hand account of the history of
you will also hear about The
(file size 854KB) We start filling you in on what you can discover around Busselton & Dunsborough!
Includes information about diving on the Swan dive wreck and the Busselton
and to a wonderful seaside playground that's great for kids!
(file size 459KB) Includes; details of some FREE services available to travellers at the Busselton and Dunsborough Visitors Centres - and how to find the centres in each town.
Where you can learn the history of the Busselton Jetty, and to soak up the
spectacular views all along the Busselton foreshore
(file size 459KB) Play-a-round any day of the week at the
PAR 3 Golf Course (booking are not necessary, all gear is supplied and families and travellers are most welcome!) Visit the
Busselton Museum and see how this area has grown... or enjoy the 4 kilometre native walk trail at the
Ambergate Reserve (seventy five hectares of remnant vegetation with outstanding conservation value).
We also tune you up to another good spot for a picnic or a travel break at Busselton's
Rotary Park on the shady lawns beside the river in the centre of town.
(file size 451KB) Another drive in the county to Capel and Donnybrook
including a stop of at the The
Old Cheddar Cheese Company.
Busselton health survey.mp3
(file size 354KB) An interview with Di Cullen. Wine industry
(file size 752KB) We
explain how to get to Nannup 'the garden village' and outline their
massive events programme for 2007. Includes; myths and
monsters at the Mythic
Mazes, exploring gorgeous rural open gardens & bird
watching at Mossbrook
Gardens...plus a suggestion for a beautiful picnic spot
within the spacious open gardens of
plus a bit of humorous rubbish courtesy of Jon!)
(file size 575KB) Where
to stay and what to do in Nannup. Includes a visit to the
Visitors Centre, another great picnic spot and details of
how you can get a night for FREE at the
. We point you towards a few good walk trails, tell you how
find Nannup Put Put and where to find Phil - the talented timber
craftsman breathing new life into old wood inside the Nannup
Furniture Gallery. (...and for souvenirs: we
tell you how to find Crafty Creations!)
(file size 1,120KB) Relax
and unwind, where to wine and dine in Nannup. Includes Koala Gourmet
-for lunches and all day breakfasts! Plus
why you should book-in
for a scrumptious lunch or dinner at Hamishes Gallery.
Kick back at Nannup's first and premium winery - Blackwood
Wines and make sure you visit the multi-award winning Cambray
Cheese farm and farm shop. We also mention how to
find Nannup's local swimming hole - fresh river water that's
better than the beach on a hot day! How to hook up
with the locals that will hire you a canoe for a self guided tour on the
river - Canoeing at Nannup ....and a word on why Western Tourist Radio
supports the entire global Slow Food Movement.