The Shire of Dardanup celebrated Harmony week with a new Fusion Festival event involving a week-long program of cultural activities and events.
Events for adults and children included a Scottish Ceilidh night of dance in Dardanup, lamington-making in Burekup, Vietnamese rice paper roll making and more!
Here is a collection of images from the various events…
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Users of the Millar’s Creek Walkway in Millbridge, Eaton will encounter works on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23 between Chamberlain Grove and Ord Park.
Signs will be in place to create a safety zone around the works and walkers may encounter some footpath closures during this period.
The works aim to provide some separation between the overhead tree canopies as part of an ongoing strategy of maintenance and bushfire mitigation in the area by the Shire of Dardanup.
Gaps in the canopy would slow down movement of any bushfire that occurred in the area.
Residents who live close to bushland are also encouraged to undertake maintenance and measures at their own properties to ensure they are bushfire ready.
You can download a copy of the DFES Homeowners Bushfire Survival Guide via this link.
For more information or enquiries about the works, please phone Operations Manager Nathan Ryder on 9724 0000.
Users of the Collie River path at Eaton Foreshore between Solomon Street and Bobbin Street are advised there will be short three-hour closure of the path on Monday, March 19.
The path will be closed between 10.30am and 1.30pm to allow for Shire staff to conduct a drone flight for the purpose of surveying erosion along the Collie River bank.
The survey footage will assist with preparing a plan to combat the erosion.
Alternative route during closure. Click to enlarge.