Committee members

Holger Topp (Chair), Peter Rutgers, Des Donnelly, Nick Hornibrook, Bill Biggins


General services
Bunbury Regional Prison
Busselton Mens Shed

Greg Ireland (Licensed Surveyor)
Rolf Muller & Team (Veris Consulting Surveyors)

Glen Holland (Sunwise Energy)
David Richards (L.E.A. Systems)
Rob Williams (MM Electrical, Busselton)

Town Planning
Currently negotiating

Strategic objective

The infrastructure group provides a safe and compliant landscape for the Ludlow Tuart Forest Restoration Group activities in the forest, mill and settlement.


The attached 2006 report by the Heritage Council - Register of heritage places - Assessment document describes the condition of each building in detail. Since that report, the infrastructure has deteriorated markedly.

Short term goals

  • Water supply
  • Power supply
  • Building weather protection


Vehicle shed and storeroom roof replacement
In 2019, the City of Busselton advised our grant application to provide funds to restore the roof of the vehicle shed (also referred to as the tractor shed) was successful. The funding, under the category `Community Enhancement` has enabled us to re-roof the building and install a 130,000 litre rain water tank to provide portable water for the Ludlow mill compound.

The installation of the roof and guttering, including connection to the rainwater tank was performed by the Bunbury Regional Prison team and supervised by LTFRG members, Peter Rutgers and Des Donnelly.

Thanks to Ian Walpole and Des Donnelly for the grant submission and of course the City of Busselton for their continuing support of our tuart forest projects.

The project is now complete and we are patiently waiting on the outcome of a further request for rain!

Vehicle shed water tank
Vehicle shed water tank


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