West Busselton Shopping Centre shows what students like about growing up in Busselton

West Busselton Shopping Centre manager Candace Guile has a display of students pictures highlighting what they like about growing up in Busselton.
West Busselton Shopping Centre manager Candace Guile has a display of students pictures highlighting what they like about growing up in Busselton.

Pre-primary school students across Busselton have added a bit of colour to walls of the West Busselton Shopping Centre to display what they love about growing up in Busselton.

West Busselton Shopping Centre marketing manager Candace Guile said there were more than 280 pictures created by every pre-primary student across Busselton.

The pictures will be on display until August 31 and one student's picture will be selected to win a $500 donation towards their school library.

Ms Guile said some of the most popular activities were fishing off the jetty, going on the jetty train and going to the foreshore playground.

"Some students said they loved going to Kmart, which I found very amusing," she said.

"Mainly students said they loved going to the Busselton Foreshore and doing things with their parents.

"What I love is they are all outdoor activities, which is what I wanted to highlight when I planned the display.

"I hoped to show how much there is to do here, and how amazing this place is where we get to raise our children."