Excitement is building ahead of the Shire of Dardanup’s 2021 Tronox Spring Out Festival, to be held on Sunday, 24 October between 9.30am and 12.30pm on the Eaton Foreshore.
Now in its sixth year, the much-loved, free community festival is a celebration of National Children’s Week.
This year’s festival program features the all new Scitech Zone, challenging inflatables and amusements, interactive children and family focused services, plus workshops and demonstrations, face painting, activities for under 5s , X5 Parkour, South West Autism Network low sensory zone, a selection of high quality food and drink vendors, plus much more!
Dardanup Shire President Mick Bennett said the event aimed to support and build a strong and thriving community by providing a free and accessible experience for all children and families.
“The Tronox Spring Out Festival offers a platform to showcase the diversity of our community and provide an opportunity for positive engagement,” Cr Bennett said.
Last year’s event saw more than 2,500 community members from across the Bunbury-Geographe region attend the three hour event.
“With our expanded range of features and activities this year, we are hoping for healthy growth in the number of visitors attending our Spring Out Festival,” Cr Bennett said.
“This will be the first in our series of free events during the warmer seasons so I encourage everyone to come along and enjoy a day out with their families.”
The Shire of Dardanup has for the first time, partnered with Tronox to deliver the 2021 Spring Out Festival.
Although global in scale, Tronox operates with a local mindset and has long and respectful relationships with the traditional custodians of the lands on which it operates.
Tronox is proud of its long-term community partnerships, robust apprentice and trainee program, ongoing university scholarships, and sponsorship of a wide range of local schools, community groups, and community events.