With so many small communities in the Wheatbelt, sport and recreation plays a vital role.
Sport plays a major part in the lives of people in the Wheatbelt,
with many talented athletes having emerged and continuing to emerge. It
is seen as one of the most important ways for keeping communities
Continuing recreation and regional planning is
providing important direction and focus for the future delivery of sport
and recreation infrastructure/services in the region.
Regional athletes, coaches and officials are the beneficiaries of funding to 9 special programs around Western Australia that will help them achieve their sporting dreams.
Western Australian Olympians Nina Kennedy and Nicholas Timmings will leave their pole vault and sled behind as they jet off to the East Kimberley region to visit communities in Kununurra, Halls Creek, Wyndham, Frogs Hollow and Warmun.
The Next Level Regional Grants are part of the State Government's Regional Arts and Culture Investment Program (RACIP), which invests in regional Western Australia to support liveable and vibrant communities.
For the first time, thousands of rare and remarkable items in museums, cultural centres and private collections across Western Australia have been brought together in a new online portal.
Seven locally produced shows, including a production of 'Sydney II — Lost and Found' by Theatre 180 Inc, will tour regional Western Australia thanks to a $514,000 State Government funding program.
11 regional art galleries from Beverley to Port Hedland have been awarded $346,000 through the second round of the State Government's Public Regional Galleries Improvement Fund.
The Shires of Pingelly, Harvey, Augusta-Margaret River and Morawa have each been awarded between $25,000 and $50,000 as part of the State Government's $20 million four-year Regional Arts and Cultural Investment Program (RACIP).
Western Australia's biggest-ever trails forum is being held in Albany today to discuss how the state can harness the economic potential of some of our fastest growing pastimes — hiking, trail running and mountain biking.
Health Minister Roger Cook today announced the WA Country Football League (WACFL) has been awarded a three-year Healthway grant totalling $855,000 to continue its mental health promotion program.
Leveraged Creative and Cultural Planning program closing soon.
The State Government's successful risk-share program for the live performance industry has now reopened and includes a wider range of ticketed events.
Primary school children are being encouraged to let out their inner hero as part of the Olympics Unleashed program.
The department works closely with a range of stakeholders
in the Wheatbelt region. These include local governments, the Wheatbelt Development Commission, State Government agencies and not-for-profit organisations.
Sam CornthwaiteManager WheatbeltTelephone 61 8 9690 2442Mobile 0419 905 953Email Sam Cornthwaite
Emma DraperRegional OfficerTelephone 61 8 9690 2435Mobile 0429 881 369Email Emma Draper
Dianne GrovesRegional Administration OfficerTelephone 61 8 9690 2400Email Dianne Groves
Within the Wheatbelt Sportshouse there is are development officers
for cricket and Australian Rules Football. These officers play an
important role in developing and growing the sport within the region and
work in close partnership with the department.
Melinda WilliamsRegional Cricket ManagerMobile 0429 201 216PO Box 55 Northam WA 6401Website www.waca.com.auEmail email@example.com
Glen CollinsMidlands Regional Manager Telephone 61 8 9690 2439Mobile 0417 920 817PO Box 55 Northam WA 6401Website www.wafc.com.auEmail firstname.lastname@example.org
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