Vasse Village Welcomes Origin 153, Cotton Rose & Busselton Fringe
December 11, 2019
With a growing number of vibrant social venues and a regular calendar of events, Vasse Village is the place to be.
Two new retailers are set to open their doors this Summer – the highly anticipated Japanese small bar, The Origin 153 and Cotton Rose. The Origin 153 are busy getting ready to open their doors before Christmas.
The Cotton Rose Relocation
Cotton Rose owner Tanya Wilding said relocating into Vasse Village was a natural progression. “I have been watching Vasse Village grow since I opened Cotton Rose four years ago,” said Tanya.
She said, “the Village has a real sense of community, and while it has been wonderful to be in the industrial area of Vasse, I do feel I will be offering my current and new customers a better shopping experience in the new location.”
“The Village is well planned and has a great atmosphere.”
A fabric and yarn shop, Cotton Rose specialises in current, colourful and unique products. Tanya also offers bespoke and personalised classes to inspire creativity.
We’re looking forward to welcoming some more exciting retailers & businesses in 2020. Keep an eye out for more updates over the coming months.
Busselton Fringe Festival
Vasse Village is also thrilled to announce they’ll be part of the Busselton Fringe Festival, hosting a number of shows headlining the 2020 program.
Fringe Festival will run from 14th – 23rd February 2020. The diverse program will feature a number of acts including professional theatre performances from Perth’s Fringeworld, circus, dance, burlesque, music, comedy, live theatre, visual art and street theatre.
Local eateries within the Village will also form part of the Hub, creating a vibrant space to have dinner and drinks before or after the show!