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Constitution   Committee   Membership

History and Achievements of REBA

The Residents of Eagle Bay Association was established nearly 29 years ago to preserve and enhance the interests of Eagle Bay and its residents. Since 1990 it has actively monitored developments affecting the area, represented the interests of members, worked to enhance the environment and sought to encourage community spirit. REBA’s activities have included:

  • Preserving Lot 48 (with our fire shed, car park and access to Rocky Point and the beach) for public use by changing the title from freehold (ie able to be sold by the Shire) to Crown Land - Achieved
  • Lobbying to maintain the existing path to Rocky Point in face of plans to close it and relocate it with a poorly conceived alternative - Achieved
  • Supporting the Eagle Bay Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade and its fire safety activities - ongoing
  • Ensuring that location, design and construction of facilities like footpaths, playground equipment and toilets provided by the Shire are sympathetic to the character of Eagle Bay – ongoing
  • Developing (in cooperation with the Shire) a Special Area Character Policy to guide planning and development within the Eagle Bay townsite – completed
  • Organising community activities such as the annual Sandcastle Competition, working bees etc
  • Encouraging a community spirit by organising community social events
  • Distributing a newsletter to keep members informed about issues and initiatives – this website and enhanced communications with members are under development

  • Presenting and managing issues of Community concern with the City of Busselton.




A copy of the Residents of Eagle Bay Association Constitution can be downloaded here.



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Committee for 2020


Don Best

President   (Phone 0412 384 863)

Glynn Denison

Vice President/Treasurer

Jeff Nicholas





Other Committee Members

Ann-Louise Best, Carmel Sanderson, Jacqui Swarbrick, Karen Stevens,

Craig Munro, Neill Stevens, Katrina Burton, Greg Sansom, Peter Van Rossum,
Julia Clarke, Tony Morgan, Richard Johnston, Beth Farrell


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Membership of the Residents of Eagle Bay Association is open to owners and occupiers of properties in Eagle Bay and adjacent communities. There are about 310 properties in Eagle Bay. Approximately 260 have houses and 50 are still vacant lots.
REBA is keen to increase membership to strengthen its ability to represent the interests of the Eagle Bay community.


Membership is $50 for the first member from each property and $25 for subsequent members associated with the same property.
Membership fees are due on 1 January each year and can be paid:
• On line to the Residents of Eagle Bay Association at National Australia Bank, BSB 086-006, A/C 14 568 6621 or
• By cheque to Residents of Eagle Bay Association and posted to PO Box 64, Dunsborough WA 6281
When paying on line, please put your surname as the "Reference".

Member Details

To facilitate communication from REBA, please forward your name, email and postal addresses, phone numbers etc, via email to reba@reba.org.au

or download and complete the following membership application form :

Membership Form _2020 Year

and post to Residents of Eagle Bay Association, PO Box 64
If you need any further information please go to the Contact Us section of our website.


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Residents of Eagle Bay Association, PO Box 64, Dunsborough, Western Australia 6281