Sep
18
Wed
2019
Westport Free Information Session – Fremantle @ Rydges Esplanade Hotel
Sep 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Westport Free Information Session - Fremantle @ Rydges Esplanade Hotel
Hear the latest about the Westport Taskforce project.

Independent Chair Nicole Lockwood will be joined by a panel of subject matter experts to discuss:

  • Westport’s shortlist of options to manage the growing freight task

  • How the shortlist was determined

  • Why a new port is the best long-term option for WA

  • Why the Fremantle Inner Harbour is not viable as the only port long-term

  • Environmental considerations

These events are free, but registration is essential.

Registrations close three days prior to each event

 

 

Sep
20
Fri
2019
Westport Free Information Session – Cockburn @ Jakovich Function Centre
Sep 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Westport Free Information Session - Cockburn @ Jakovich Function Centre
Hear the latest about the Westport Taskforce project.

Independent Chair Nicole Lockwood will be joined by a panel of subject matter experts to discuss:

  • Westport’s shortlist of options to manage the growing freight task

  • How the shortlist was determined

  • Why a new port is the best long-term option for WA

  • Why the Fremantle Inner Harbour is not viable as the only port long-term

  • Environmental considerations

These events are free, but registration is essential.

Registrations close three days prior to each event

 

 

Sep
21
Sat
2019
Djilba – Noongar Six Season Walk and Nature Activity @ Jorgensen Park
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

It’s Djilba– the second rains! Perth NRM and Shire of Kalamunda are hosting a Noongar Six Season Talk and nature activity at Jorgensen Park.

To teach us about Djilba and Noongar culture, Elder Neville Collard will be sharing his stories and showing us how nature is an important guide to changes during the year, and how the Noongar Six Seasons promote understanding of the life cycles of plants and animals.

Parking available at the Kalamunda Learning Centre.

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