This Exhibition is to showcase the Shire of Dumbleyung Historical Locality Signs stemming from our Historical Committee initiative. We thank everyone involved for their time in making this project possible! The Exhibition has opened in conjunction with the Dumbleyung Mini Mall for April and will continue through May 2019.
Find all the Locality locations on the Shire of Dumbleyung Historical Locality Map which also includes heritage school sites and dates. Localities include:
Bibiking, Brambrae, Bullock Hills, Candlelight, Coomelberrup, Datatine, Dongolocking, Dumbleyung, Falcondale, Jinarnin, Kilburn, Kukerin, North Kukerin, South Kukerin, Merilup, Moulyinning, North Moulyinning, Mount Pleasant, Nairibin, Nippering, North Nippering, Pingarning, Tarin Rock & Wishbone.
PROJECT BACKGROUND: The Historical Locality Sign project is an initiative of the Shire of Dumbleyung Historical Committee. The aim of this project is to document our history in a way that is also interesting to our future generations and tourists as part of a drive trail.
The concept is for photos being of settling families, sporting groups and some interesting farm practices, structures and facts. We are also documenting all families past and present in the ‘Families’ list. The majority of the sign content has been compiled from previous history publications.
We realise that not all historical information will fit within these guidelines so further stories and family information can now be uploaded by anyone on our new historical forum under the relevant locality herehttps://www.dumbleyung.wa.gov.au/history.
For further information, please contact Nicole at the Shire of Dumbleyung on (08) 9863 4012 email@example.com
SHOPKEEPERS WANTED – DUMBLEYUNG MINI MALL
The Mini Mall is cranking so we want to open more hours to meet demand and extend our product range! So we are looking for more shopkeepers with product to join us at the Mini Mall & we all help sell for each other!
Little time commitment, low risk…. now the question is “what could you sell at the Mini Mall?”
YOUR TIME: 4HRS PER WEEK
RENT COST: $8 PER WEEK*
* Weekly rent $50 currently shared between 7 shopkeepers costing approximately $8 each per week, subject to change. Minimum 4 shopkeeping hours per week to ensure shop is open regularly. More info call 9863 4012
The Minister for Women’s Interests recently announced the development of a plan to address gender inequality in Western Australia. The plan will be launched in 2020 and will set the agenda for advancing gender equality over the next 10 years.
All Western Australians are encouraged to have a say and we particularly want to hear from people who are vulnerable or marginalised in the community.
We hope that you can help us to connect with people in your community to give them an opportunity to have their voices heard.
Individuals can have their say online by: https://www.communities.wa.gov.au/wa-have-your-say/womens-plan/
Completing a short online survey by 30 June 2019 (to request a copy of the survey in an alternative format or language, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Completing the ‘electronic postcard’ on the Communities website and submitting their response.
Further information is available from There is no obligation on Local Governments or individuals to participate and any identifying information shared with us will remain confidential.
SEE Something? WANT Something? SAY SOMETHING.
We rely on and encourage residents of the shire to report faults, as we don’t have the resources to ensure that every road, building, park and garden in the shire is free from defects. If you see something, please report it keeping in mind the following:
1. Reports are to be made via the shire website: www.dumbleyung.wa.gov.au, or if you don’t have access to a computer, or prefer not to, you can make a report via the front counter of the shire, either in-person, by telephone, or email@example.com.
2. Reports are not to be made to the Manager of Works and Services, staff not working the front counter or any staff member in their private time. We are trying to ensure every works request receives the appropriate response, but if you choose to go outside the process, we may not provide a response.
3. Works requests simply need to report what and where the fault is. If you have further helpful information please include it, but we do not require a story behind the fault. From the report, we can determine the correct treatment and if we require further information, we will get back in touch.
Following your report, we will respond to acknowledge receipt of the report as soon as it is received, and then let you know what action we plan to take within ten days. If applicable, we will then let you know when the work has been carried out.
REMINDER -Manning of Waste Sites
The waste sites in Kukerin and Dumbleyung will be open each week at the following times:
Dumbleyung – Thursday 9:00am to 1:00pm and Sunday 8:00am to 12:00 noon
Kukerin – Sunday 1:00pm to 5:00pm and Wednesday 9:00am to 1:00pm
Passes will be required for free entry to the waste sites (unlimited free visits with a pass) or charges will apply without a pass.
A mail out with more detailed information will go to local PO Boxes however if you do not receive this please get in touch with the shire for more information, if you have lost your pass, or your landlord if you are renting.
Community Assisted Transport Scheme
By now you have hopefully received information in the mail about the Community Assisted Transport Scheme. The service is available to all residents of the shire, you can read more here: https://www.dumbleyung.wa.gov.au/health
COORDINATOR & AFTER HOURS CONTACT| Helen Gooding 0427 530 204
BOOKINGS| Dumbleyung CRC, (08) 9863 4829
Fundraising Opportunity – Catering for Council Meetings
Community/Sporting Groups or Individuals are invited to put their names forward for catering for one or more of the 2019 Council Meetings. (If we have a large number of responses then it may mean that some groups/individuals may only be able to cater once and dates are awarded on first in best dressed.) Caterers are asked to provide a main course and dessert for a minimum of 10 people and are paid $32 per head for February through to November. The December Christmas Dinner can be up to $40 per head depending on the menu and expressions of interest are sought for this closer to the date. If you are looking for a little extra income, then this is a simple and easy opportunity for local groups to raise funds.
We require caterers for the following meetings:
18 July 2019
15 August 2019
19 September 2019
24 October 2019
21 November 2019
To register your interest for the 2019 roster please contact Zoey Eyre on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 98634012 with your preferred months as soon as possible. Groups/Individuals will be contacted asap with confirmation of months.
10th annual Australian Farmer of the Year Awards.
Kondinin Group is encouraging all farmers and rural community members to nominate for the 10th annual Australian Farmer of the Year Awards.
Nominations can be made at www.farmeroftheyear.com.au and are open until 30 June.
The Australian Farmer of the Year Awards are an opportunity for people across the country to tell their story about farming and life in rural Australia. To celebrate their success, resilience, innovation and commitment, and share the integrity and enduring nature of our agriculture industry.
All category winners will get the opportunity to part in a one-day leadership program held in Canberra the day before the announcement ceremony. Supported by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources, this workshop will assist award recipients to clarify and guide their leadership journey.
The 2019 award categories include:
The Kondinin Group and ABC Rural 2019 Australian Farmer of the Year
Young Farmer of the Year, sponsored by McDonalds
Farming Legend of the Year
Community Leader of the Year, sponsored by Market Check
Rural Consultant of the Year, sponsored by Corteva Agriscience
Agricultural Student of the Year *NEW*
Award for Excellence in Innovation, sponsored by Telstra
Award for Excellence in Technology, sponsored by New Holland
Award for Excellence in Diversification, sponsored by Decipher
Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research, sponsored by Corteva Agriscience *NEW*
Nominate at www.farmeroftheyear.com.au
Winners will be announced at a special ceremony on 16 October 2019 at Parliament House, Canberra.
The 2019 Australian Farmer of the Year Awards are supported by Platinum Sponsors WFI; Award Sponsors McDonalds, Market Check Corteva Agriscience, Telstra, New Holland and Decipher; Leadership Program by Department of Agriculture and Water Resources; Industry Supporters the National Farmers’ Federation, AgSafe, Goldacres and Blundstone; and Media Partner RM William’s OUTback.
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