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Our Demonstration Page

This page is an example of the special offer we are presenting to Corporate Members of the Augusta CRC. This offer is also extended to community groups who opt for business membership.

We will build you a webpage on this site similar to this where you can provide the public with a single webpage showing a brief summary of your business, what services you offer, when you are open and how your customers can find you.

Our Gift to You

Included in the package are:

  • Up to 4 photos or images along with your company logo
  • Up to 3 changes/edits per year carried out in a speedy manner by Augusta CRC staff.
  • A web address for your webpage; for example mybusiness.augustawa.com. So if you are a dog grooming business, you may want to secure dogwash.augustawa.com

About Our Business

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Now for a brief excerpt courtesy of Wikipedia about Augusta
Augusta is a town on the south-west coast of Western Australia, where the Blackwood River emerges into Flinders Bay. It is the nearest town to Cape Leeuwin, on the furthest southwest corner of the Australian continent. In the 2001 census it had a population of 1,091; by 2011 the population of the town was 1,292 (excluding East Augusta).

The town is within the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River local government area, and is in the Leeuwin Ward. It is connected by public transport to Perth via Transwa coach service SW1.

The Coastline

The coastline near the Augusta area was first sighted by Europeans in March 1622 when the Dutch East India Company ship Leeuwin (Lioness) mapped and named the land north of Cape Leeuwin between Hamelin Bay and Point D’Entrecasteaux ‘t Landt van de Leeuwin. In 1801 Captain Matthew Flinders named the “south-western, and most projecting part of “Leeuwin’s Land” Cape Leeuwin.

Augusta was founded in 1830. In March of that year, a number of settlers, including John Molloy and members of the Bussell and Turner families, had arrived at the Swan River Colony on board the Warrior. On their arrival the Lieutenant-Governor Captain James Stirling advised them that most of the good land near the Swan River had already been granted, and suggested that they form a new sub-colony in the vicinity of Cape Leeuwin.

 

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Establishing a Sub-colony

The following month, Stirling sailed with a party of prospective settlers on board the Emily Taylor. After arriving at the mouth of the Blackwood River, the party spent four days exploring the area. Stirling then confirmed his decision to establish a subcolony, the settlers’ property was disembarked, and the town of Augusta declared at the site.

Stirling named the town in honour of Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex, the sixth son of George III, due to its location within Sussex County, one of the 26 counties of Western Australia that were designated in 1829 as cadastral divisions. This excerpt from Wikipedia was used in place of the standard Lorem Ipsen dummy text.

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