Seabird, 25 April 2020

The Yued Noongar people are recognised as the traditional custodians of the land on which Seabird is situated. Not far from Seabird is a 1656 Dutch wreck, the “Vergulde Draek”. Seabird was named after the schooner, “Sea Bird” wrecked just off the beach in 1874. It was a crayfishing town and this remains an integral…

Lancelin, 26 April 2020

The Lancelin Hall was built and opened in 1964, unfortunately many of the records have been lost over the years, although the red velvet curtains still blow in the sea breeze and the old cabinets still stand strong. During the 50 years of use the Lancelin Hall has seen many an event from Movie Nights,…

Kalgoorlie, 29 April 2020

Kalgoorlie’s oasis in the outback The Chinese Garden of remembrance is situated at the Hannans North Tourist Mine approximately1.5km from the top of town. The Chinese Garden of Remembrance project was completed with the assistance of the Simon Lee Foundation and the West Australian Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Established in 2003, entirely constructed by hand…

Esperance, 30 April 2020

Esperance Civic Centre is situated in the heart of Esperance, just a stones throw from picturesque Esperance bay, the Esperance Civic Centre provides the focal point of entertainment in the south east of Western Australia. The community based facility is regularly favoured for concerts, drama, dance and music productions, conventions large and small, music festivals,…