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Arts & Culture Christmas Island

Arts and Culture Christmas Island is a vibrant and creative community group which is committed to supporting and engaging the local community through various artistic and cultural events.

  • Type:Government
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Employees (FTE):-
  • Established:-
  • Members:-
  • Volunteers:-
  • Government:Local

Description

Arts and Culture Christmas Island (ACCI) is a not-for-profit member based incorporated association which runs a yearly calendar of programs and events that recognises and promotes the talents, expertise and cultural diversity of the Christmas Island community.


ACCI achieves this through Christmas Island partnerships, through government funding and through the contribution of local and visiting artists, musicians, trainers and craftsmen and women. ACCI occupies space at the Old Tech School, which is the hub for many workshops, performances and events, as well as the administrative headquarters.

Arts Narrogin

Arts Narrogin Incorporated is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit association that supports and promotes art, culture and entertainment in Narrogin and the Dryandra Country region.

  • Local Clubs:Arts
  • Type:Volunteer,Government,Local Focus

Details

  • Arts:Aboriginal,Film,Music,Visual Arts
  • Government:Local
  • Employees (FTE):-
  • Established:2010
  • Members:-
  • Volunteers:-

Description

ARtS Narrogin aims to enliven the lifestyle in the region by –

Presenting live performances – musical and theatrical productions
Hosting the annual Flickerfest short movie festival and other film shows
Arranging community and youth workshops
Supporting the NEXIS gallery committee to mount art exhibitions
Offering display space for members’ work
Sourcing funds for community projects
Promoting its own and other organisations’ events
Providing professional development opportunities for volunteers
Working with organisations such as Country Arts WA and Community Arts Network WA to lobby all levels of government for greater support of culture and the arts
Using social and mainstream media to promote Narrogin and the region to the general public, both metro and regional.
The Annual Report outlines our program over each financial year.  You can find a copy at ARtS SPACE

Membership is available and brings discounts and other privileges.

Drop in to ARtS SPACE at Shop 2, 80 Federal Street, Narrogin to find out more about Arts Narrogin and what’s going on in Narrogin and surrounds.

City of Albany

This city at the extreme south of Western Australia has a beautiful and haunting coastline that looks over the last ocean on Earth.

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

There's nothing south of Albany except for the desolate wastes of Antarctica. The coast is characterised by steep rocky cliffs covered in low scrub that seems to cower away from the wind.

Some of the most beautiful sites include The Gap and Natural Bridge are a span of granite from one rock to another, its cliff face weathered away to form a deep inlet where you can see and hear the oceans power as it mercilessly punishes the rocks below. Stoney Hill lookout towers high above Albany and looks back into the city and far off over the distant ocean. The blowholes are fissures in the rock where water is forced through like geysers.

City of Fremantle

Lose the traffic, the sighs, the overcoat, the brolly, the inlaws, the outlaws, the schedule, the phone calls and a little time.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Find Yourself in Fremantle, Western Australia

Fremantle in Western Australia (WA) is a vibrant, eclectic city. Home to some of the most beautiful heritage buildings, great beaches, delicious seafood and talented artists and designers, Fremantle offers seven day shopping and a fantastic array of food, fun and entertainment for all ages.

When you visit Fremantle, be sure to see the spectacular WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle Prison, Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, Cappuccino Strip and browse through the historic Fremantle Markets, then relax and watch the sunset on South beach.

Sitting on the edge of the Indian Ocean, this beautiful coastal town is only 20 minutes from Perth. Find out why so many people say Fremantle is the highlight of Western Australia!

About Fremantle

Seafarers have sailed into Fremantle's port for many generations to trade, replenish vital supplies and to enjoy some well-earned shore-based relaxation. And while these days visitors to Fremantle generally don't arrive under sail, they continue to find what they need with an abundance of shops and a wide choice of places to wine and dine as well as plenty of ways to have a wonderfully memorable experience.

It's easy to find yourself in Fremantle because there's much to enjoy, see and do in this historic port city that's at the centre of contemporary Western Australia culture.

This is a vibrant, culturally diverse city set against a backdrop of charming buildings. And as you're enticed to explore on foot your journey may well be punctuated with finding little gems along the way such as street performers, festivals and markets.

Perhaps you'll even unearth some secrets...such as a favourite eatery, fashion boutique or art gallery that you'll try to keep to yourself and treasure, or you may even stumble across some intriguing clues to the city's convict and seafaring past.

Whatever you're interested in, it's easy to find yourself in Fremantle. Where is Fremantle?

Located on the west coast of Australia, Fremantle is situated at the mouth of the Swan River 20 kilometres down stream from Perth, the State capital of Western Australia.

It lies next to the beautiful, warm waters of the Indian ocean with Rottnest Island just 30 minutes off shore by ferry.

City of Geraldton

The regional hub of the entire Mid West. Located about 450km north of Perth, the city is perched near beautiful coastline to the west and rolling hills and breakaway ranges to the east.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Geraldton is a thriving regional city, overlooking the Indian Ocean and supporting a growing population of 35,000 people. Situated 424km north of Perth, Geraldton has all the major services, cultural, shopping and sporting facilities you would expect in a city, yet a more relaxed pace of life, typical of the country.

As the regional service centre for the entire Mid West region, business and employment opportunities are many and diverse. From fishing to tourism, mining to agriculture, small business to government roles and a comprehensive range of tertiary service industries, people from all walks of life are attracted to Geraldton's climate of opportunity.

City of Melville

Welcome to the City of Melville, located on the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia, where a diverse and multicultural community enjoys a rich built and natural heritage.

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Welcome to the City of Melville, located on the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia, where a diverse and multicultural community enjoys a rich built and natural heritage, a blend of retail and business precincts, an abundance of opportunities for physical and social activity, open spaces and a unique natural landscape.

The City is located eight kilometres from the Perth Central Business District, in an area of 52.72 square kilometres featuring 18.1 kilometres of foreshore. The City consists of 18 suburbs divided into six wards, connected by over 1,200 kilometres of local, arterial and major roads.

With a population of approximately 103,767 within 40,546 dwellings, the City of Melville is the third largest local government authority in the metropolitan region. The total population of the City is expected to increase by more than 6,700 people by 2022.

 

City of Perth

The City of Perth is Western Australia's local governing authority for the state's capital city.

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Working to shape a strong capital city, the City of Perth governs East Perth, West Perth, Northbridge and the CBD on the Swan River.

The City of Perth provides a broad range of services and facilities, from entertaining events, free fitness classes, markets and library services to parks and gardens, street cleaning and public space enhancements, like cycle lanes.

More than 150,000 people use the city daily, including residents, ratepayers, business owners, workers, students, shoppers and tourists.

Visitor attractions include Elizabeth Quay, Perth Arena, WA Museum, The Swan Bell Tower, Perth Mint, the Art Gallery of WA, State Library of WA, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and Forrest Place.

Find out more about what's on in this beautiful city at visitperthcity.com 

 

City of South Perth

The City of South Perth is a unique, charming and popular area located across the Swan River, just four kilometres, from the Perth CBD.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

A short ferry trip from Perth’s Barrack Street Jetty, South Perth is home to the iconic Sir James Mitchell Park, Perth Zoo, and historic Old Mill.

City of Wanneroo

Welcome to the City of Wanneroo, one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia. Each year we welcome around 8,000 new residents and our City covers an area of 685 square kilometres.

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Welcome to the City of Wanneroo, one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia. Each year we welcome around 8,000 new residents and our City covers an area of 685 square kilometres, including bushland, wetlands, urban and rural areas, in addition to 32kms of coastline.

ClimateClever Initiative 2018 - Info Session - Cambridge

Participating schools will benefit from reduced carbon emissions, financial savings from utility bills and improved student learning outcomes around sustainability and carbon reduction.

  • Type:Government
  • Charity:Environmental,Local Community

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

About

Applications are now open to participate in the 2018 ClimateClever Initiative! This program started as the Low Carbon Schools Pilot Program (LCSPP) in 2016 and has worked with 15 schools across the Perth Metropolitan area over the last two years. We experienced such fantastic success with participating schools that the program is being launched nationally in 2018 as the ClimateClever Initiative.

This information session will provide you with an overview of the program, benefits of pursuing carbon reduction initiatives and how the ClimateClever Initiative and the innovative ClimateClever apps will help reduce your school's carbon footprint and save you valuable school money in the process.

One school in Perth has saved over $80,000 by pursuing carbon reduction initiatives at their school. Think of where that saved money could go!
 

Who is it for?

This session is for principals, deputy principals, registrars, business managers, support staff, teaching staff, P&C members and community members/volunteers who want to pursue carbon reduction and efficiency at their school. We encourage anyone involved with a school to come along and learn more.

For more information visit our website: www.simplycarbon.com.au/climateclever-initiative-2018/ or email [email protected]
 

What if we have already signed up?

Any members of your committee who have not yet attended an information session can come to meet other participants and hear about what is involved next year.

 

Are you having information sessions at other locations/dates in Perth?

Yes! Visit simplycarbon.com.au/events to see all of our information session dates and locations.

 

Light refreshments will be provided

Department for Culture and the Arts

The Department of Culture and the Arts commitment is focussed on enriching lives of all Western Australians by supporting the arts and cultural sectors to provide unique and transforming experiences.

Details

  • Arts:Industry
  • Government:State

Description

With a broad canvas of responsibilities, Western Australia’s Department of Culture and the Arts supports the impetus for the creation and consumption of artistic endeavours and cultural experiences in the state.

The Culture and Arts portfolio includes the Art Gallery of WA, the Perth Theatre Trust, ScreenWest, the State Library, the State Records Office and the WA Museum, along with the Department’s policy development and funding role. Collectively, the portfolio works to achieve a vibrant, sustainable and accessible arts sector, while protecting and promoting the state’s natural, cultural and documentary collections.

The Department’s vision paints a picture of a Western Australian community enriched by unique and transforming encounters. Whether individuals choose to be creators, participants, or simply observers in artistic or cultural encounters, these interactions enhance community wellbeing, while influencing and shaping the state’s distinctive personality.

Refer to www.dca.wa.gov.au for more information.

 

Dongara Port Denison Visitor Centre

The Dongara – Port Denison Visitor Centre staff are here to help visitors stay in the Shire of Irwin a rewarding experience. We stock brochures on places to stay, things to see and do and maps

  • Local Clubs:History,Arts
  • Type:Government,Local Focus

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Drop into our heritage-listed Dongara Port Denison Visitor Centre, located in the heart of Dongara on Waldeck Street. Our staff offer a friendly service, local knowledge and up to date information on all there is to do in Dongara Port Denison.

Free Accommodation and Tour bookings
Friendly local advice on where to eat, entertainment and What’s On
Destination merchandise and local products
Free brochures and maps
Attractions, galleries, museums, and heritage information
Bike, canoes, golf equipment, snorkelling and surf board hire
Discover nature trails, National Parks and Wildflower updates
Bus and rail bookings and information throughout the state
Book accommodation ahead to Perth or regional WA
Rest assured that when choosing our friendly knowledgeable staff, you will get the quality experience you deserve.

Healthier Workplace WA

HWWA collaborates with WA companies to increase the number of adults with a healthy BMI, consumption of fruit & veg, 30 minutes of physical activity & a reduction in smoking & alcohol.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:State

Description

Through workers health and wellness training, we assist you with the planning and implementation of successful wellbeing programs for your workplace. Learn more.

Liberal Party of WA

The Liberal Party believes in individual freedom and free enterprise, if you share this belief, then the Liberal Party is for you.

Details

  • Industry & Politics:Political
  • Government:State

Description

Northampton Old School Community Initiative

Northampton Old School Community Initiative Inc (NOSCII) is a community centre for Aboriginal residents in Northampton and district.

  • Charity:Employment & Training,Health,Information & Referral,Local Community,Mental Health,Youth Welfare,Aboriginal,Education & Training
  • Type:Aboriginal,Volunteer,Charity,Local Focus
  • Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Arts,Youth

Details

  • Employees (FTE):-
  • Government:Local
  • Established:2006
  • Members:-
  • Volunteers:-
  • Arts:Aboriginal,Youth

Description

We provide all kinds of assistance in the community, with art and creative content running through all our projects. We actively seek and promote opportunities for highly visible, positive cultural expression in the community we live in and are particularly focused on youth wellbeing. We are a registered charity delivering annual appeals, emergency relief, family support and employment assistance.?

What we are proud of:?

Employing Aboriginal people and finding employment opportunities for many since 2006.

Continuing and thriving as a regional organisation focused on delivering services to the community.

Increasing cultural recognition through creative projects.

Bringing people together through an Aboriginal community centre since the Shire invested in the process in 1991, operating autonomously as NOSCII since 2006.

Helping to reduce juvenile crime through creative programs that offer strong identity and cultural outcomes for young people.

Helping our kids start school earlier, stay on at school longer and go on further.

Developing artist pathways through skills development, innovative programs and participation in external events.

Providing advocacy for local families in areas such as housing and health.

Perth Theatre Trust

Perth Theatre Trust's mission is to offer wide-ranging arts experiences in well-managed venues.

Details

  • Arts:Performing Arts
  • Government:State

Description

The Perth Theatre Trust is a statutory authority established and constituted under the Perth Theatre Trust Act 1979, to manage and operate theatres vested in or leased to it.

The venues currently managed by the Trust are:

  • His Majesty’s Theatre
  • Subiaco Arts Centre
  • State Theatre Centre of Western Australia
  • Albany Entertainment Centre.


The Trust’s venues are used by local, national and international performing arts companies, performers and artists, both professional and amateur. School and children’s performances and activities are also presented at these venues.

Funded arts organisations presenting regular seasons in Trust venues include the Barking Gecko Theatre Company, Black Swan State Theatre Company, Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, West Australian Ballet and West Australian Opera, as well as the Perth International Arts Festival.

The Trust supports the presentation or co-production of some events in its theatres.

The Trust operates in Culture and Arts (WA), a division of the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. Culture and the Arts (WA) provides corporate support to the Trust, including human resources, financial and information system support.

Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council

The Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council (RRAC) is a non profit volunteer based organisation that provides a diverse and adventurous artistic program of events throughout the Ravensthorpe region.

  • Type:Local Focus,State Focus,Volunteer,Association
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Arts:Performing Arts,Visual Arts,Youth,Comedy,Dance,Film,Literature,Music
  • Employees (FTE):1.5
  • Established:1978
  • Members:12
  • Volunteers:-
  • Government:Local

Description

Each year RRAC hosts various art activities, events and workshops to meet the artistic needs of the community; to develop audiences and participants, encouraging the use of arts to build community cohesion and identity.

RRAC is currently one of only 2 'Key' Country Arts WA organisations in WA. With the reputation of hosting high quality events and providing art opportunities to the community, it continues as a strong organisation, growing with the changing needs of the Ravensthorpe region.

RRAC seeks to build partnerships with local businesses, community groups, government and individuals in order to further develop art in the wider region. We provide a positive economic stimulus to the region with grants, sponsorships and partnerships bringing in external money to the area. This positive economic impact on the region builds upon the services of local businesses, community members and local government; raising the profile of the Shire of Ravensthorpe for all stakeholders.

Rottnest Island Authority

Home to pristine beaches, relaxed function facilities and various accommodation options, Rottnest Island is an idyllic destination for seminars and other events.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:Local,State

Description

Rottnest Island is a Class A Reserve governed by the Rottnest Island Authority Act, 1987 (the Act) which establishes the Rottnest Island Authority as a statutory body to control and manage the Island, reporting to the Minister for Tourism.

The Greens Party WA

The Greens (WA) is a member of the Australian Greens, one of the many Green political parties worldwide.

Details

  • Government:State

Description

Green parties have an expansive vision that challenges the narrow economic focus of the major parties. Green parties are often misrepresented as single issue parties. However, our vision of the future is based on the four interconnecting pillars of social justice, ecological sustainability, peace and nonviolence, and participatory democracy.

The Greens (WA) was established in 1990 following the merger of the WA Green Party and the Green Earth Alliance, which was itself the product of an earlier merger between the Alternative Coalition, the Vallentine Peace Group and Green Development. All these groups drew inspiration from the West German Greens (as they then were) as well as the many successful community campaigns in WA and throughout Australia.

The Greens (WA) worked closely with the Australian Greens but did not become formal members until 2003 when The Greens (WA) held a ballot of all the membership on the question of formally joining the Australian Greens confederation. There was an eighty per cent vote in favour. On the 11th of October 2003 at the Australian Greens National Conference the Greens (WA) were formally accepted as members of the Australian Greens.

The Greens WA have a growing and vibrant membership which continues to work towards embedding our four pillars in political decision making at local, State and Federal government levels.

Theatre Kimberley

Theatre Kimberley is a highly respected, vibrant and energetic regional community arts organisation, based in Broome.

  • Charity:Family,Local Community,Youth Welfare
  • Type:Volunteer,Charity,Local Focus
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Arts:Performing Arts,Youth
  • Government:Local
  • Established:1996
  • Members:-
  • Volunteers:-
  • Employees (FTE):-

Description

Theatre Kimberley has been providing a range of opportunities that enrich and create a sense of wellbeing through community engagement, for over sixteen years in the region. Community cultural development practices are at the core of all the organisation’s undertakings, and these also capture the unique environment and artistic inspiration of the communities in which Theatre Kimberley exists. Theatre Kimberley’s specific objectives are to:

  • Promote resource and develop performance theatre from the Kimberley for the Kimberley and Australia
  • Foster and encourage training and professional development for communities in all aspects of theatre-based practice
  • Develop collaborative creative partnerships
  • Support social and academic learning programmes throughout the community

Theatre Kimberley’s excellent standing amongst the arts and community sectors alike reflects the organisation’s history of quality theatrical endeavours, the scale of productions and breadth of community engagement not matched by any other organisation in the North West, as well as assisting in the establishment of many local artists emerging careers. A social and emotional connection is created with Theatre Kimberley performers and participants who use these projects as a ‘spring board’ for many future theatre training and work, whether in the region, interstate and overseas. Theatre Kimberley offers training and career pathways to artists and facilitates wider understanding of the important role arts plays in making the Kimberley a great place to live. Theatre Kimberley works across ages and cultures. A whole-of-community approach includes extensive work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the region.

There has also been a particular focus in the organisation on developing youth programmes as well. Operating under the umbrella of Theatre Kimberley, Sandfly Circus was begun over ten years ago, providing opportunities for involving children and young people through its classes and community performances. Sandflies is currently made up of approximately 80 children and young people participating across four regular weekly classes. Sandfly Circus students work with a cohort of local trainers in Broome, and the skills of local trainers are often supplement by visiting artists in residence from other places, who are professional circus performers with a demonstrated record. There is one major Sandfly show each year along with smaller performances and workshops in the communities.

Sandflies addresses a number of needs in the local region. Importantly this includes reducing inequalities in access to programmes that enhance skill sharing and essential tools and that may assist young people to make healthy and creative life choices. Participating younger people also gain a chance to share respect and ideas, and to learn from older members through informal peer tutoring. In addition, and as above, young Sandflies are continued to be supported in their entry to further education and/or employment in the arts.

Town of Claremont

The Town of Claremont is the local government authority for the beautiful, leafy, riverside suburbs of Claremont and Swanbourne.

  • Type:Charity
  • Charity:Local Community

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Located 9km from the Perth CBD, the Town of Claremont is home to dynamic events, beautiful open spaces and a vibrant retail environment. The Town of Claremont is an open and accountable government that encourages community involvement.

Town of Cottesloe

Think beach, think Norfolk Island pines, think Western Suburbs lifestyle - that's Cottesloe.

  • Type:Government

Details

  • Government:Local

Description

Just 15 minutes west of Perth, Western Australia, Cottesloe is internationally famous for its superb beach and terraced lawns overlooking the Indian Ocean. Whether you're a local or a visitor, our village atmosphere and seaside heritage will lure you to further exploration. Cottesloe offers prestine beaches, fantatsic eateries and a variety of pubs. 

Vancouver Arts Centre

Vancouver Arts Centre is an active community arts centre and gallery and home to many local arts and craft groups.

  • Type:Government
  • Local Clubs:Arts

Details

  • Volunteers:-
  • Government:Local
  • Employees (FTE):-
  • Established:-
  • Members:-

Description

Vancouver Arts Centre is an active community arts centre and gallery and home to many local arts and craft groups.

Our key purpose is to develop the creative capacity of our region and we focus on supporting the practice of art-making through delivering a diverse and engaging artistic program that empowers our community and the cultural sector.

We run an annual program of touring, private and curated exhibitions, workshops, community arts projects and performing arts events, which aim to serve our existing customers and reach new audiences.

Our facilities are available to hire by individuals and groups for cultural activity.

Based in a historic building (the original hospital), our venue is special and unique and attracts visitors from outside the region to visit the gallery and enjoy a self-guided heritage tour.

Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm and Saturday 10am - 3pm.

You can find out what current events and exhibitions we have by finding us on facebook @AlbanyArts, by looking at the Events section on the City's website or by registering for our monthly e-newsletter by emailing us at [email protected]

WA Labor Party

The Australian Labor Party is Australia's oldest political party.

Details

  • Government:State

Description

The Australian Labor Party was founded by the trade union movement on the
principle that collective action is the best way to improve the circumstances of
working people in the community.

WA Police Historical Society

The Western Australia Police Historical Society (Inc) was established by serving Police Officers in 1987. With support from Commissioner Brian Bull, our Collection was housed on Police premises until Mr Bull’s retirement in 1994.

  • Local Clubs:Special Interest

Details

  • Government:State

Description

The Western Australia Police Historical Society (Inc) was established by serving Police Officers in 1987. With support from Commissioner Brian Bull, our Collection was housed on Police premises until Mr Bull’s retirement in 1994.

His successor did not support the Society so we were forced to seek other storage facilities and retired Officers were required to fill the void.  The WA Police Union subsequently gave us an office and facilities for storage, in order that we could continue.

In November 2006 we were able to move into the premises at 57 Lincoln Street, Highgate Commissioner O’Callaghan leased the old Highgate Hill Police Station built 1897 and the Police quarters built 1906 (pictured above) to the Society with a 10 year renewable term. The Society has since taken residence in Scarborough, at 174 Scarborough Beach Road. 

In addition we secured a lease with the Water Corporation on their redundant sewage (tower) building, which is adjacent, for a lecture, meeting and work room. All these buildings are Heritage listed.

We established offices and a Museum in the Police quarters and restored the interior of the Police Station and cells to appear as if the Station is still in operation. Our main purpose is to preserve Police history, whether it be with aretfacts, photographs or documents, together with the personal histories of  former Officers. Organised group tours are conducted by appointment.

A quarterly Newsletter consisting of 8 to 12 pages titled The  Peelers Gazette, is produced. This has  a circulation of  170 copies and is produced in hard copy. It covers the activities of the Society as well as a feature article on some aspect of WA Police history.

The Society currently has 103 members, with a nomination fee set at $10.00  plus $10.00 annually. Monthly Meetings take place at 10am, on the first Tuesday of the month, with the exception of November when it is on the 2nd Tuesday. In January we are in recess.

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