Was sent Bunbury’s revitalisation plan recently. One of the weaknesses of the place identified was that the residents are perceived to be bogans. Surely the real River Rooster in the room is that people have perceptions of it being Bunbury? They also want cruiseships. Apparently. Venice’s loss is Bunbury’s gain. OMG, the biodiversity hotspot is not being used? WTF? You’d think it would at least be being used as a urinal???? There’s my investment down the earth toilet then.
12 storey mixed use residential
redevelopment on the cottesloe foreshore never looked so good … AND … it s movable !
“Oh the humanity” !! Yeah Right.
Just another cardiac condition: “Aorta do sumfink abart it…”
Your list of Bunbury’s deficiencies appears to be some variant of the AECOM report.
Click to access CEO-1%20Bunbury%20CBD%20Master%20Plan.pdf
Interestingly AECOM was commissioned by Colin Piacentini and not the Council, and appears to line up with the Limp Lettuce’s master plan.
Click to access Plan_for_Bunbury.pdf
Aecom is just SO cool …
… AND the boys of WA are so BIG !!
And that, my dear Bunbarians, is why a BYPASS ROAD was constructed. The place is a goddam shit-pit.
‘Weaknesses’ by the poet laureate of Bunbury. For a start It doesn’t rhyme.
Parking and negativity towards it,
Nothing at all rewards it,
Perception of it being a country town,
Without a positive rhyming noun,
you do the rest
Take me down River Rooster take me down
Where the cruise ships and the enviro hubs –
-Cornhole the town…
‘ I have invented an invaluable permanent invalid called Bunbury , in order that i may go down into the country whenever i choose … ‘
— Oscar Wilde
Love the multi-storey driverless bus ( with its own gangway to cruise ship ? ) giant blue shark fin sculpture-by-the-sea and the shadows of the scale figures going in every which direction for that geeked-out surrealist touch .
‘ Architectural ‘ manga of its own special violence
Hands up who voted for him…
“Think of all those tourists in caravans sitting in Melbourne — they are looking where to go and they see the Red Dog Highway,” Mr McGowan said.