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EnviroFEST 2018

EnviroFEST 2018

March 24, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Whiteman Park, 99a Lord St, Whiteman WA 6068, Australia

Discover ways to become more ‘green’ and sustainable at home at this fun, family-friendly environmental event!

EnviroFEST is Whiteman Park’s flagship public conservation event, aiming to increase the public’s awareness and understanding of the importance of trees, the environment and conservation in the home and wider community.

Visitors to this family-friendly event will be able to browse through the range of displays, participate in workshops, listen in on short talks, pick up an array of eco-friendly products and discover community engagement opportunities to help you embrace sustainable living.

The event features native fauna displays, renewable energy, native and organic seedlings for sale, workshops and a range of sustainable and healthy living products. The kids won’t miss out either, with eco-craft activities, free face painting, a Children’s Forest walk with the fairies and much more!

Transitions Film Festival

Transitions Film Festival

March 23, 2018 – March 25, 2018
Luna Cinemas, 155 Oxford St, Leederville WA 6007, Australia

Announcing the arrival of the Transitions Film Festival in Perth! We’ve partnered with this growing national festival, and Luna Palace cinemas, to host it in Perth for the first time, direct from screening in Melbourne and Sydney. The festival focuses on sharing positive stories about the solutions to society’s greatest challenges, and showcases the local heroes and changemakers who are building a better world.

The Festival comes to Perth with an enthralling line-up of cutting-edge documentaries about the existential challenges, mega-trends, and creative visions that are redefining what it means to be human. Featuring a stellar line-up of powerful films and inspirational guest speakers, Perth’s first Transitions Film Festival will change the way you look at the world.

Friday 23 March 2018, 8pm at Luna Outdoor Cinema in Leederville
n 2009, artist Chris Jordan travelled to Midway Island and bore witness to tens of thousands of dead albatrosses lying on the ground, their stomachs filled with plastic. After 8 years of filming the life cycles of these beautiful birds, Albatross was created – a visual odyssey examining how human materiality has impacted the natural world.

The debut film of acclaimed artist Chris Jordan, Albatross transcends the normal bounds of a typical nature documentary.

Free Lunch Society
Saturday 24 March 2018, 8pm at Luna Outdoor Cinema in Leederville
What would you do if your income were taken care of? Free Lunch Society, the first international film in cinemas about basic income, is dedicated to one of the most crucial questions of our times. It explores the history, and possible future, of ‘Universal Basic Income’ and gives us a glimpse into the possible economy of tomorrow.

An unconditional basic income means money for everyone – as a human right without service in return. Is it a visionary reform project, neoliberal axe to the roots of the social state or socially romantic left-wing utopia?

A Silent Transformation
Sunday 25 March 2018, 8pm at Luna Outdoor Cinema in Leederville

A Silent Transformation is a film about the transformative power of the co-operative model. The co-operative movement was built by people who took on the responsibility for their collective wellbeing in the face of government neglect, economic exclusion and cultural discrimination. As the modern economy increasingly denies vast sectors of the population basic amenities for decent life, this co-operative spirit is as critical as ever.

A Silent Transformation sets out to explore the innovative self-help efforts of diverse communities across the Province of Ontario, which by addressing their needs collectively are helping to regain the radical vision of co-operation. In these communities are the seeds of economic democracy, global solidarity, and a new popular movement to transform society! Will it grow and flourish?

Tickets $21/$16.50 (adult/student)

More information and to book tickets follow the link below.

Dolphin watch training

Dolphin watch training

March 21, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Mandurah Seniors and Community Centre, 41 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210, Australia

Did you know 75-80 dolphins live in the Peel-Harvey Estuary?!

Dolphin Watch volunteers and scientists from Murdoch University have been studying them for quite some time.

Come and find out about the dolphins living in the Peel-Harvey Estuary from the research scientists studying them.

Attend the training session on 21 March 2018 and become an Estuary Guardians’ Dolphin Watch volunteer.

It’s free, fun and you will be helping us learn more about the dolphins that call the Estuary home.
There are short videos, prizes to be won and you’ll get to hear from the dolphin experts!

We will show you how you can help keep the estuary healthy for them.

This event is also an opportunity for anyone (16yrs and over) to become a Dolphin Watch volunteer.

RSVP (before Thursday, March 15): 95503941

WA Forest Alliance Petition Handover Parliament House

WA Forest Alliance Petition Handover Parliament House

March 21, 2018 @ 11:45 am – 1:15 pm
Parliament Of Western Australia, Parliament House, Harvest Terrace, West Perth WA 6005, Australia

Join us in celebration as we handover our paper petition on UN International Day of the Forests.

We’ve had a team of 150+ signature gatherers working for over five months…. how many signatures did we make? Find out on the day!

Your forests for life t shirt:
Or come dressed as forest flora or fauna, maybe paint a green heart on your palm….

To the President and Members of the Legislative Council of the Parliament of Western Australia in Parliament assembled. We, the undersigned, support the McGowan Government’s pre-election commitments to ‘Immediately conserve High Conservation Value forests’ and ‘Move to transition the native forestry industry to sustainably managed plantations and farm forestry’ and oppose the ongoing logging and clearing of south-west forests. We respectfully request that the Legislative Council enquire into the most effective and timely means to protect High Conservation Value forests and transition the timber industry out of native forests in line with the Government’s pre-election commitments. And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray.

Bird watching in Blackadder Creek Reserve, Stratton

Bird watching in Blackadder Creek Reserve, Stratton

March 18, 2018 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am
Blackadder Creek Reserve, Western Australia 6056, Australia

Come and join us on a bird watching expedition and survey of Blackadder Creek Reserve, Stratton, in the City of Swan.

We are here at the invitation of David Richards, co-ordinator of the Friends of Blackadder Creek Reserve. He has requested help with identifying the birds that frequent the reserve and adjacent areas. He wants to start putting the avian visitors on the Reserve’s Facebook page to help educate the public in the area. He is also interested in documenting black cockatoo activity as many black cockatoos visit there – both red and white tailed varieties.

Meet on Likely Place – parking will be on the roadside as there is no official car park.

Bring: Please bring binoculars, bird books, camera, refreshments, water, hat and name badge. It may be very hot (hence the early start) so make sure you have sun protection, a hat, sunscreen and water. There is some shade.

Clothing: Wear strong footwear – thongs or open-toed sandals may not be worn.

Bookings: Members and visitors are all welcome. RSVP bookings essential – online please.

Costs: Free to members. Visitors are invited to contribute a gold coin donation towards the cost.

Project Numbat Quiz Night

Project Numbat Quiz Night

March 17, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Melville Bowling & Recreation Club, 592 Canning Hwy, Alfred Cove WA 6154, Australia

At Project Numbat we have been putting our brains to work once again for a challenging and fun Quiz Night to raise funds for the Williams Community Numbat project – that is the creation of a giant Numbat sculpture that will be installed in the Lions Park Playground in Williams.

So gather a group of 6 friends and family members and come join us at the Melville Bowling Club on Saturday 17 March.

Doors open at 6pm for a 7pm start. There will be a silent auction and games and great prizes to win. Our first prize is a weekend in Dunsborough at Possum House for your whole team!

Tickets are $90 for a table of 6 people ($15 per person).

There will be a licensed bar and you can bring your own nibbles.

All proceeds on the night will go to the Williams Community Numbat – for more information on Project Numbat and the Williams Community Numbat, please visit our website:

Book your tickets now through Eventbrite!

“Birds in your garden, street and reserve in City of Cockburn” workshop

“Birds in your garden, street and reserve in City of Cockburn” workshop

March 17, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Spearwood Public Library, 9 Coleville Cres, Spearwood WA 6163, Australia

Rachel and Mike will talk about how to identify, attract and care for the birds in your garden, reserve or street in the City of Cockburn. They will explain what the different birds look like, what features to look out for when identifying them, what birds eat, how to use birdbaths, bird perches and bird boxes, and more. Mike will make sure you know how to tell the difference between all those special birds we call “LBBs” – little brown birds. He will even teach you the secret art of “bird shushing” to bring birds closer to you and show you his (nearly famous) pallid cuckoo call that even the pallid cuckoos think is a cuckoo! Rachel will show you many excellent photographs of the birds, play videos of them so you can practise identifying them, and show you Michael Morcombe’s “Birds of Australia” App to help identify birds and their calls wherever you go in Australia.

And, there will be a special segment on how to attract birds to your garden, and what plants, food and conditions they need. You can bring photographs of birds in your garden, park or reserve if you want them identified. Rachel and Mike will include photographs specifically taken in the City of Cockburn and give you a bird list of all the birds seen in one hour at the City of Cockburn Civic Centre, to help you start your own bird list. They’ll bring along binoculars and bird books, a bird bath, a bird perch, a bird box, a list of bird books, and other equipment, and leave you inspired to know and care for the birds in your garden, street or reserve.

Bookings are required even though it is free.

Please book in through the City of Cockburn: Phone: 9411 3800 or through their website: or via their form:

Guided Indigenous Walk

Guided Indigenous Walk

March 17, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre, 184 Hope Rd, Bibra Lake WA 6163, Australia

Cost $5

It’s Bunuru, the time of hot weather and adolescence. Join an experienced guide, exploring the Nyungar use of land, six seasons and culture. An art and culture sessions will be included.

Also includes a morning tea using bush tucker foods.

All ages welcome. Wear long pants, enclosed footwear and a hat. BYO water bottle.

Meet at the Cockburn Wetland Education Centre.

Festival of Birds Symposium

Festival of Birds Symposium

March 16, 2018 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Museum of the Great Southern, Residency Rd, Albany WA 6330, Australia

Part of the South Coast Festival of Birds.
Keynote presentation: Ron Johnstone, A Journey in Ornithology at the WA Museum.
Other speakers:
Rebecca Boyland – The Great Cocky Count
Sam Rycken – Insights into the ecology of the three black cockatoo species
Sarah Comer – Update on the South Coast Threatened Species Program

Also a panel of WA biologists will share their knowledge and love of the wonderful birds of the Lower South West.
Bird photography, art and information displays.
Entry $10.

Coral Reefs in a Changing World: All at Sea Lecture Series

Coral Reefs in a Changing World: All at Sea Lecture Series

March 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
UWA Oceans Institute, The University of Western Australia, Fairway, Crawley WA 6009, Australia

A public lecture by Professor Malcolm McCulloch, UWA Oceans Institute, ARC Laureate Fellow and Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.

Reef building corals in partnership with their algal symbionts (zooxanthellae) have been spectacularly successful in building the tropical coral reef edifices that harbour over one-third of the oceans biodiversity. The ongoing viability of these tropical reef systems is however in question, with symbiont-bearing shallow-water corals now facing the combined challenges of global warming and ocean acidification from rapidly rising levels of atmospheric CO2. Nowhere is this more evident than in our iconic, Great Barrier Reef, which in the summers of 2015 and 2016, experienced some of the most devastating coral bleaching events yet recorded.

In this talk, new findings will be presented on some of the key processes responsible for both the success as well as the vulnerability of reef-building corals to climate change. From research undertaken at UWA’s new Watermans facility, together with field experiments conducted on corals living along our coastline, new insights have been obtained on the fundamentals of coral calcification and its response to climate change. Calcification is the process whereby corals efficiently extract dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) from seawater and convert it into calcium carbonate, the major constituent of their skeletons. We show that this is a ‘finely-tuned’ process, which although relatively resilient to ocean acidification, is highly sensitive to the thermally induced stress, bleaching, and subsequent coral mortality due to loss of symbionts. Thus the increasing prevalence of global-scale coral mass bleaching events due to abrupt pulses of extreme warming associated with human induced global warming, now represents the major threat to coral reefs worldwide.

Get the Facts – Tales of Red-tails

Get the Facts – Tales of Red-tails

March 15, 2018 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
South Perth Library, Cnr South Tce & Sandgate St, South Perth WA 6151, Australia

Red-tailed Black Cockatoos can regularly be seen and heard in the trees of South Perth.

They are gregarious and majestic birds that can live up to fifty years. Unfortunately they are also endangered.

Join Margaret Owen to hear about her efforts to protect habitat for these and other native birds.

Margaret has been observing Black Cockatoos for many years and has a wealth of knowledge and stories to share, including what locals can do to help these threatened birds thrive. Her talk will be colourful, informative and entertaining.

Free event, Bookings essential.

Snakes of Western Australia (Teens program)

Snakes of Western Australia (Teens program)

March 14, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, 120 Gilchrist Rd, Lesmurdie WA 6076, Australia

Snakes of Western Australia is part of the Teens Program (ages 12 – 15), designed for teenagers who are interested in wildlife. Each term the Teens Program runs for 5 weeks and covers a different topic.

Term 1 topic: Snakes of Western Australia

Western Australia has some of the world’s most dangerous snakes. Besides meeting our resident pythons Jinda, Mrs Brown and Sylvester you will:
* Understand what are snakes and how did they evolve?
* Get to know some of most common, rarely seen and interesting snakes of Western Australia.
* Learn about their structural, behavioural and physiological adaptations.

What do you need to know?
* Cost is $60 per teen per term
* At Kanyana on Wednesdays. Starts with afternoon tea (provided by Crabbs IGA) at 3.30pm with the course running between 4 and 5pm)
* To book, either phone 08 92913900 (select option 1) OR
register and pay online.

Ocean Film Festival World Tour – Perth

Ocean Film Festival World Tour – Perth

March 13, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – March 16, 201810:00 pm
State Theatre Centre, 174-176 William St, Perth WA 6000, Australia

Designed to mesmerise and enthral, the Ocean Film Festival World Tour showcases more than two hours of sublime footage taken above and below the water’s surface.

This carefully curated selection of short films document the beauty and power of the ocean, and celebrate the divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for the sea’s salt spray; who chase the crests of waves; and who marvel at the mysteries of the big blue.

The films feature captivating cinematography, complete with awe-inspiring underwater scenes and fast-paced wave sequences that have been captured from unbelievable vantage points.

Inspiring and thought-provoking, the Ocean Film Festival Australia is filled with moving footage, touching interviews and insightful narrations. Each of the festival’s films conveys a deep respect and appreciation for the world’s oceans and the creatures that call them home.

Showing March 13 – 16
Tickets: $26 – $36

Western Shield: How it is managing WA’s threatened fauna in the Perth Hills and beyond.

Western Shield: How it is managing WA’s threatened fauna in the Perth Hills and beyond.

March 9, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Jorgensen Park Pavilion, Crescent Rd, Kalamunda WA 6076, Australia

Speaker: Dr Michelle Drew, Zoologist and Coordinator of Western Shield.

Topic: Western Shield: How it is managing WA’s threatened fauna in the Perth Hills and beyond.

Michelle has thousands of photographs and video footage of native animals to choose from, and will bring examples of them from the work Western Shield does in the Perth Hills. These may include echidnas, woylie’s, chuditches, phascogales, numbats, mardos and more.

She will also discuss:

  • Mammal extinctions in Australia.
  • How Western Shield is managing threats – particularly in the Perth Hills.
  • How DBCA helps to manage populations of threatened species.
  • How you can help as interested citizens.
  • The camera monitoring techniques and equipment they use.

Level: This will be suitable for anyone interested in native wildlife, whether children or adults, amateurs or scientists, beginners or those with advanced knowledge … bring the whole family.

Donation: We invite a donation of $3 per person for adult members ($0 for child members), and $5 per adult visitor and $1 per visiting child. Includes tea and coffee and home-made food and biscuits!

Coastal Forum

Coastal Forum

March 9, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sorrento Surf Lifesaving Club WA, 189 W Coast Dr, Sorrento WA 6020, Australia

Join Perth NRM and speakers from the Department of Fisheries, DBCA’s Marine Science  program, Department of Planning – Coastwest, UWA, and local council for a half-day of  information sharing on what’s happening along our coast and in our waters.

Topics will include ocean temperature effects on fish species distribution, research happening around dolphin and turtle populations, the new Coastal Zone Strategy, local council CHRMAP usage, Coastwest grants, the Red Map program, citizan science, and more!

This workshop is aimed at coastal volunteers and will be an excellent learning experience and networking opportunity. Lunch and refreshments included.

Cost $30

Book now

An Introduction to Beekeeping at Perth City Farm

An Introduction to Beekeeping at Perth City Farm

March 9, 2018 – March 10, 2018
Perth City Farm, 1 City Farm Pl, East Perth WA 6004, Australia

Perth City Farm is proud to present Dean Wood of Dean’s Bees. Dean has developed a beekeeping course for people who want a solid grounding in beekeeping.


The class is a thorough introduction to the honey bee in WA, the bee hive and how the bee colony uses it, the organisation of the colony, the queen, the worker and the drone.

You will learn:

To Identify different bees
the principles of responsible beekeeping and how to be a beekeeper in harmony with your bees
what equipment is needed and how to use it; in theory and then in practice on an active bee hive at PC Farm.

You will take home a copy of the course content on a thumb drive‐ the start of your own library of beekeeping information.

People who know they have an anaphylactic reaction to bee stings should not attend!

Cost: $93

Urban Bushland Council AGM & presentation on “The need for an Environment Court in WA”

Urban Bushland Council AGM & presentation on “The need for an Environment Court in WA”

March 6, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
City West Lotteries House, 2 Delhi St, West Perth WA 6005, Australia

Urban Bushland Council Annual General Meeting with guest speaker Associate Professor John Bailey: The need for an Environment Court in WA.

Meet at 6pm for networking and light refreshments- 6.30pm start

Carnaby’s Cockatoos

Carnaby’s Cockatoos

March 3, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Ellenbrook Community Library, 90 Main St, Ellenbrook 

March 17, 2018 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Bullsbrook Public Library, 3 Maroubra Ave, Bullsbrook 

With the Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre team

Learn about these stunning WA native birds and how you can help protect them.

There are three species of black cockatoo in Western Australia, all of them under threat of extinction!

This session will feature a presentation on Carnaby’s Cockatoo identification, distribution and food sources, and what you can plant in your garden to attract them. It will also cover the threats relating to species decline and information about the Great Cocky Count citizen science program. At the end of the talk participants will have an opportunity for questions and a chance to ‘meet’ a live cockatoo.

This is a FREE event and bookings are essential. This workshop is suitable for adults and children aged 14 and over.

River Blue Documentary Screening

River Blue Documentary Screening

March 2, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm, 96 Wray Ave, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia

This month’s Revolutionary Cantina has the exciting privilege to be opening the New Mode Fashion Festival. Fittingly (pun intended) we are showing the Documentary River Blue, which examines the role fashion has played in the destruction of our rivers, its effect on humanity, and the solutions that inspire hope for a sustainable future.

Hosted by Acacia Armstrong and Eve Maxwell, founding directors of New Mode Collective, this evening will explore the Fashion Industry and how you can be an agent for change through the clothes you choose to wear. What are your solutions and ideas?

First we eat, then we watch and after that let’s get together and talk with the intention of creating real, achievable, locally based solutions. 

5:30pm Doors Open & Registration
6:00 Welcome & Overview
6:40pm Dinner, pre film discussion
7:00pm Film, River Blue
8:35pm Discussion
10pm Close

$35 on Eventbrite

Perspectives of Sustainability; a community event

Perspectives of Sustainability; a community event

March 2, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 1:30 pm
Morris Buzacott Clubrooms, 51 Williamson Rd, Kardinya WA 6163, Australia

Highlighting organic farming practices, social action and strategies for future sustainability. Opportunities for education, networking, information exchange.

Keynote speaker: Andre Leu, Director Regeneration International.
Author: The Myth of Safe Pesticides: Former President IFOAM 2011-2017: Andre is also an experienced organic farmer, being one of the pioneers in the north Australian tropical fruit industry.

9.15 Registration
9.30 Organic Industry stories
10.30 tea break
11 -12.30 Keynote Andre Leu – Regenerative Agriculture
12.30-1 Q&A panel ‘
1pm lunch

Registration per person $65 per person

Any questions please contact Kathe Purvis on 0437314591 or

Protect Ningaloo campaign launch and info evening

Protect Ningaloo campaign launch and info evening

March 1, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Local Hotel, 282 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA 6162, Australia

Come and find out more about this vital campaign to save Exmouth Gulf and protect the beauty and value of one of Western Australia’s most iconic places at South Freo’s favourite hotel: The Local (backroom) on March 1.

There will be speakers and lots of info available on the night.
Please RSVP to the Eventbrite link for your free tickets!

The Ningaloo Reef World Heritage Area is renowned for its beauty and biodiversity but its under threat from the oil and gas industry with a pipeline fabrication and towing facility now under referral to the EPA. Now we need to raise public awareness about Protect Ningaloo and why saving Exmouth Gulf is so important, so please share this event with your friends and colleagues.
Exmouth Gulf is full of dugongs, whales and their calves, dolphins and manta rays and rare sponge gardens. Its a beautiful place which deserves more protection not harmful development.
Come and find out how you can help!

“A Plastic Ocean”: Rockingham WA: Sea Shepherd Marine Debris

“A Plastic Ocean”: Rockingham WA: Sea Shepherd Marine Debris

February 28, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
2 Val St, Rockingham, Western Australia

We are pleased to announce that Sea Shepherd Marine Debris Campaign will be screening “A PLASTIC OCEAN”, an award-winning film about the impact of plastic on our oceans, kindly hosted by The Cruising Yacht Club in Rockingham, WA.

This documentary is described by Sir David Attenborough as “one of the most important films of our time”

Admission:-By gold coin donation on the night – All proceeds to Sea Shepherd
Book your seat here –

A PLASTIC OCEAN shows the crisis facing our ocean from our disposable lifestyle. An international team of adventurers, researchers, and Ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is truly lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine Ocean. It shows never-before-seen images of marine life, plastic pollution, and its ultimate consequences for human health.

This thought-provoking film will be introduced by our Sea Shepherds Marine Debris Campaign Coordinators.
There will also be a Q&A following the screening for any questions that may arise from this eye-opening film.

There will be merchandise available for purchase on the night.
7pm – Screening commences.

WA Gould League Bird Walk

WA Gould League Bird Walk

February 4, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
March 4, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre, Herdsman WA 6017, Australia

The WA Gould League’s Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centrewill be open to the public on the first Sunday of every month, between 9:00and 11:00am.
The Centre is situated on the edge of picturesque Herdsman Lake,and is the perfect place for nature discovery, environmental education or evena picnic.
You are invited to come down and join the WA Gould Leaguevolunteers for a bird walk at 9:15am, explore the centre and get involved in othernature based activities.

There is no need to book and there is plenty ofparking available.

Cost: $2 Adult, $1 Child or $5 family and $1seniors

Enquires:  Pam 0438 387329

BirdLife Western Australia Walks and Excursions

BirdLife Western Australia Walks and Excursions

Bird Walk, Lake Gwelup

March 11, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Lake Gwelup Reserve, 46 Huntriss Road, Gwelup WA 6018, Australia

Meet at 7:30 am in the car park at the corner of Stoneman Street and Huntriss Road, north of Karrinyup Road. We should see water birds and bush birds, and raptors are often seen here. Lake Gwelup is within the Northern Swan Coastal Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) for Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo.

For members and the general public.

Leader: Peter White


Bird Walk, Eric Singleton Bird Reserve

March 15, 2018 @ 7:30 am – 11:00 am
Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary, Bayswater WA 6053, Australia

Meet at 7:30 am in the car park on Bellevue Street. Travelling away from the city on Guildford Road, turn right at Garrat Road and then left at Williamson Street and right at Leake Street. Follow Leake Street until it terminates at the car park. We will walk around the main lake in the bird sanctuary and should see a variety of water birds.

For members and the general public.

Leader: Peter White


Transition Town Guildford Monthly Movie Night

Transition Town Guildford Monthly Movie Night

“The Light Bulb Conspiracy” – Transition Town Guildford Movie Night

March 8, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Stirling Arms Hotel, 117 James St, Guildford, WA

March Movie Night- The Light Bulb Conspiracy

Join us for our monthly movie night looking at planned obsolescence.

“Once upon a time….. products were made to last. Then, at the beginning of the 1920s, a group of businessmen were struck by the following insight: ‘A product that refuses to wear out is a tragedy of business’ (1928). Thus Planned Obsolescence was born.” IMDB = 8.1/10

Please RSVP via Eventbrite to help the kitchen know how many to expect.

This will be on the second Thursday of the month – Thursday 8th February

Join us for food and drinks from 6pm onwards, Movie starts at 7pm

Entry by donation.