Erected in 1894, the original Busselton Railway Station was situated in Stanley Street, opposite the Post Office, and constructed of local jarrah weatherboards with a corrugated, galvanised-iron roof. In addition to the actual station, the complex comprised a goods shed, locomotive shed, the Station Master’s house and single men’s quarters
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The Busselton Heritage Trail is operated by The Busselton Rotary Club and all proceeds are returned to the community.