Cape to Cape track becomes all inclusive

THE sun was shining for the Cape to Cape Track all accessopening on Saturday.
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Residents gathered at the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse forthe opening of the 3.5 kilometre track which is now safe for disabled users.

Guest of honour and RSL president Graham Edwards made theofficial cutting of the ribbon.

Photos by Jemillah Bickerton.

Busselton Senior High School students AcaFellas perform three songs for the crowd.

President of the Cape to Cape Friends Jane Scott, City of Busselton Tom Tuffin, Parks and Wildlife visitor centre coordinator Ben Tannock and guest of honour Graham Edwards.

The first residents walk down the track.

The first residents walk down the track.

The first residents walk down the track.

The first residents walk down the track.

The first residents walk down the track.

Yvonne Innes and Jean Harris.

Ted Witham, Rae Witham, Marie Palmer and Jean and Al Sunderland.

Krystal Roberts (front), Tahnee King Bree Stinton, Linda French (back), Jayne King, Jen Wittorff and Ant Pursell.

Kathy Wright and Gilbert Matthews.

Crowd.

Cr Tom Tuffin speaking.

Zac Webb does welcome to country.

Jane Scott speaking.

Ben Tannock speaking.

Bunbury Senior High School students Acapellas perform three songs for the crowd.

Guest of Honour Graham Edwards.

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