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The second round of the small-scale community grants was launched through advertisement in The West Australian newspaper and regional newspapers throughout the state on 17 February 2004. Applications closed on 2 April 2004 and successful applications announced were announced on 2 May 2004.

The objectives of this round of grants were threefold and were for projects that:

GENERAL

  • Promotes Public Awareness of our history, heritage and natural and built environments
  • Recognise the contributions of all sections of the WA community
  • Foster a sense of pride in our state, especially in regional WA

SPECIFIC

ENVIRONMENTAL FOCUS

  • Contributes to the understanding of our natural environment.
  • Contributes to the conservation or rehabilitation of a natural environment.

HERITAGE FOCUS

  • Contributes to the understanding of our natural and built heritage
  • Contributes to the conservation or restoration of a site of heritage significance to the local community, including indigenous peoples and their significant places and stories.

CELEBRATORY EVENTS

  • Event should have a community focus
  • Event should have the support and involvement of local community.

A total of 483 applications for a total of $1,903,678 were received and 116 projects were funded for a total of $344,262.

PROJECTS FUNDED

  1. APPLECROSS PRIMARY SCHOOL, APPLECROSS
    Restore area of bushland bordered by Kintail Road, Sixth Avenue and Kisshorn Road. The area is of historical significance to both the Indigenous and European settlement of Applecross.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  2. AVONDALE DISCOVERY FARM PROJECT COMMITTEE, BEVERLEY
    Develop promote and present the 10th Annual Avondale Harvest Festival with the theme 175 years in agriculture. This event will involve the community of Beverley and surrounding Avon Valley town.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 21 November 2004

  3. AVONVALE PRIMARY SCHOOL, NORTHAM
    Research history of area and develop a historical mural and hold an event to celebrate the 175th anniversary and the school's 50th anniversary.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: 30 October 2004

  4. ALBANY MARITIME FOUNDATION INC, ALBANY
    Restoration work on Breaksea Island Lighthouse. This is a registered heritage site and the complex of buildings and ruins are fine examples of early architecture from 1858-1908.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: July 2004

  5. AMAROO PRIMARY SCHOOL, COLLIE
    Paint a mural to promote the school's whole school approach to conserving and preserving the natural environment. This forms part of an ongoing commitment by the school to environmental education.
    Amount: $4536
    Completion Date: December 2004

  6. ARMADALE PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, ARMADALE
    Restoration work on returning the natural environment of Neerigen Brook to its original form, through removal of weeds and non-native plants and replanting of native flora indigenous to the area.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  7. AUSTRALIAN CARTOONISTS ASSOCIATION, PERTH
    An exhibition of the works of the West Australians who have practised as cartoonists in Western Australia to show the history, heritage and achievements of their works.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: October 2004

  8. AVON VALLEY ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY, NORTHAM
    To erect interpretive signage denoting the Ruorntj Kurlinny walk track, a 16km trail that goes on both sides of the Avon River in Northam. The project is a joint community project supported by the Northam Town Council, Water and Rivers Commission, Aboriginal Organisations and local service groups.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  9. BALINGUP FRIENDS OF THE FOREST, BALINGUP
    Cost of materials to research and write up the European aspect of the first "A" class reserve in the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup. This is the first stage of a larger project that will include an indigenous history.
    Amount: $515
    Completion Date: 31 December 2004

  10. BAY OF ISLES ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY, ESPERANCE
    Protection and preservation of a significant site known as Mt Ridley. The site area consists of a number of individual sites that contain rock paintings, artefact scatters and grinding grooves.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: TBA

  11. BIRDS AUSTRALIA WA INC, THROUGHOUT THE STATE
    To run a competition involving reports from schools on their studies of and participation in restoration and maintenance of a habitat, wetland, reserve or bush remnant in the vicinity of the school.
    Amount: $4200
    Completion Date: 29 October 2004

  12. BEACON P and C, BEACON
    A community celebration, The Yesteryear Celebration, to bring together local and outside expertise to educate, engage and entertain the people of Beacon and surrounding areas as part of a 175th anniversary family day program.
    Amount: $4065
    Completion Date: 18 July 2004

  13. BUSSELTON SHS P and C, BUSSELTON
    To develop a 175th anniversary heritage garden incorporating a trail through the garden of local species, with signposting of those plants used by the traditional owners of the land. (The Wardandi)
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 31 October 2004

  14. BOYANUP PRIMARY SCHOOL, BOYANUP
    A school community bush dance and sausage sizzle to celebrate the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $600
    Completion Date: June 2004

  15. BIBRA LAKE P and C ASSOCIATION, BIBRA LAKE
    To revegetate a bush corridor which runs between Bibra Lake and a bush remnant adjacent to Annois Road.
    Amount: $880
    Completion Date: 11 June 2004

  16. CALISTA PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C COMMITTEE, CALISTA
    Construction of 20 nest boxes for brushtail possums, preservation of their habitat and monitoring of the boxes by the students.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 26 November 2004

  17. CAPEL LAND CONSERVATION DISTRICT COMMITTEE, CAPEL
    Plant 175 native trees on the recreation grounds with a celebratory lunch after the ceremony to celebrate the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $809
    Completion Date: 1 August 2004

  18. CARNARVON POLICE and CITIZENS YOUTH CLUB, CARNARVON
    Assistance with the Carnarvon Youth and Children's Festival. The festival includes a large component of indigenous culture and is held over a 7-day period and offers activities and events to youth in a supervised environment.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 23 August 2004

  19. CELEBRATE PLANTAGENET, MT BARKER
    Foundation Day Family bush dance for the local community to celebrate the history of the region as a part of the 175th anniversary year.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: 5 June 2004

  20. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, TARDUN
    Students to research the history of the establishment at the Tardun site over the past 75 years. Prizes for the heritage research will be awarded at a community event.
    Amount: $1410
    Completion Date: September 2004

  21. CHURCHES OF CHRIST FEDERAL ABORIGINES MISSION BOARD, STATEWIDE
    The mission cared for 1968 Indigenous children and teenagers in 5 residential childcare centres in WA between 1942 and 1986. This project will identify, preserve and catalogue onto a database, images and records relating to the children their families and communities and make them accessible to the Indigenous community.
    Amount: $3110
    Completion Date: June 2004

  22. CHURCHLANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL, CHURCHLANDS
    Build bird-nesting boxes to preserve native birdlife and monitor the sites with web cam over the school Intranet.
    Amount: $3630
    Completion Date: 16 December 2004

  23. CITY OF ARMADALE, KELMSCOTT, ARMADALE, FORRESTDALE, WESTFIELD
    Four Celebrate your Community Days recognising local and WA history, heritage, culture and environment at four different locations within the City of Armadale. Two will be held in 2004, two in 2005.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: November 2004

  24. CITY OF COCKBURN & FRIENDS OF YANGEBUP WETLANDS, YANGEBUP
    Revegetation of an area of Yangebup Lake that is severely degraded but is ideally suited for revegetation. Local native plant species will be planted with prior and follow-up weed control.
    Amount: $1650
    Completion Date: Late June 2004

  25. CITY OF MELVILLE, WINTHROP
    A two-day festival to promote the environment, family, community and local business. The event will focus on community and family celebrations with activities with including cultural and environmental community groups.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 19 September 2004

  26. COLLIE RIVER RESTORATION COMMITTEE, COLLIE
    Restoration of the Collie River by rehabilitation of the banks and extensive revegetation with native species. The project will also produce a Traditional River Care Manual, marrying the accumulated knowledge of the Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  27. COLLIER PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, COMO
    Recognition of Foundation through the involvement of students, local community elders and school Aboriginal Representatives in a number of school and community events during Foundation Day week.
    Amount: $2480
    Completion Date: 9 June 2004

  28. CRAIGIE PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC INC, CRAIGIE
    A bush dance involving the parents and students as part of the celebrations of the school's 30th anniversary and the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $750
    Completion Date: 17 September 2004

  29. CURTIN PRIMARY SCHOOL, MANNING
    Construct a commemorative pathway to represent a Swan River Settlement Timeline in the shape of the Waagul. It would incorporate Aboriginal settlement in the South Perth area before 1829, settlement of the Swan River Area and highlights of the Manning, Como and Karawarra areas.
    Amount: $2100
    Completion Date: December 2004

  30. DALWALLINU DISTRICT TOURISM INC, DALWALLINU
    To develop the signage for three self drive heritage trails featuring both natural and built heritage of the Dalwallinu area. Drive trails will compliment the walk trails currently being developed in the area.
    Amount: $2772
    Completion Date: 31 August 2004

  31. DAMPIER PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC, DAMPIER
    175th anniversary Twilight Fete with a historical theme to celebrate the history and the heritage of the area. It will include the burial of a time capsule and traditional foods and games from the 1829 era.
    Amount: $1000
    Completion Date: 17 September 2004

  32. EAST WANNEROO PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC INC, WANNEROO
    Hosting a community bush dance and sausage sizzle as the culmination of a week of activities relating to our State and its history.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 11 June 2004

  33. ENVIRONMENT HOUSE, MAYLANDS
    Peninsula planting weekend as the final stage of a river foreshore replanting project. Two planting teams to plant 1000 trees along the Maylands River foreshore.
    Amount: $2100
    Completion Date: 7 June 2004
  34. ESPERANCE BAY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ESPERANCE
    To provide suitable finger post signage along the Coolgardie-Esperance Highway to aid in directing travelers to twelve sites of local historic significance.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: November 2004

  35. ESPERANCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SERVICES ESPERANCE
    Seminar by published historians on the history of the region dating from Aboriginal occupation, French exploration, European settlement and the opening up of the Esperance sand plains. The talks will be followed up by a field trip to places of significance east of Esperance.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 16 June 2004

  36. FAIRBRIDGE WESTERN AUSTRALIA INC, FAIRBRIDGE
    To restore the health of the badly degraded riparian zone and improve the water quality in the South Dandalup River that runs through Fairbridge. A program of fencing, weed control and planting will be supported by interpretive signage and a viewing area in the interests of public education.
    Amount: $4542
    Completion Date: September 2004

  37. FIRST BICTON SCOUT GROUP, MELVILLE
    Group of volunteers to assist Ministry of Justice Work for the Dole to rehabilitate and clean up the Swan River Foreshore.
    Amount: $21,130
    Completion Date: 18 December 2004

  38. FLINDERS PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, ALBANY
    To purchase a hot house for the students to grow plants for local community rehabilitation projects - both in natural and man-made environments. This is a part of the ongoing environmental education theme in the school.
    Amount: $4546
    Completion Date: December 2004

  39. FRIENDS OF BLACK COCKATOO RESERVES, MUNDARING
    Produce community educational awareness brochure on indigenous flora and fauna specific to Black Cockatoos and highlighting the endangered species.
    Amount: $800
    Completion Date: August 2004

  40. FRIENDS OF RESERVE 39233, BUNBURY
    Rehabilitate this 4-hectare area of degraded native bush by spraying and removal of exotic weeds and replanting native seedlings.
    Amount: $738
    Completion Date: October 2004

  41. FRIENDS OF THE COOLBINIA BUSHLAND, COOLBINIA
    To commence weed control spraying program and removal of exotic flora, establishment of native flora and prevent further degradation of sensitive areas, especially the eastern embankment, from erosion.
    Amount: $3820
    Completion Date: 1 September 2004

  42. FRIENDS OF THE DENMARK COMMUNITY PARK INC, DENMARK
    To purchase & plant trees, shrubs and sedges of rare and endangered species in the park to save rare and endangered species that have been identified as growing only in the South West corner of Western Australia.
    Amount: $3130
    Completion Date: 14 September 2004

  43. GERALDTON STREETWORK ABORIGINAL CORP, GERALDTON
    Family open day to celebrate Aboriginal Culture, heritage and environment as a part of the 175th anniversary. The project would involve the whole community and surrounding communities of the midwest.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 11 June 2004

  44. GOLDFIELDS TOURISM ASSOCIATION INC, EASTERN and NORTHERN GOLDFIELDS
    A week of events to recognise the value of Paddy Hannan's gold find and commemorate 111th anniversary of that claim, and to focus on the importance of the events and people who contributed to the development of the Goldfields.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 20 June 2004

  45. GREAT SOUTHERN ARTS CENTRE, WAGIN
    To hold the inaugural "Wagin Weekender" to celebrate Wagin's place in the development of our State. The program will include the heritage, arts and music of the region and the State.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 7 June 2004

  46. GUILDFORD ASSOCIATION (INC), GUILDFORD
    A leadlight walk along the routes where historic leadlight may be viewed from the outside of a selection of buildings in Guildford that is a unique and historic part of Western Australia's history.
    Amount: $742
    Completion Date: 30 October 2004

  47. GUILDFORD BUSINESS ASSOCIATION, GUILDFORD
    Free celebratory afternoon tea, with historical entertainment by local artists, for 300 seniors in the Guildford area as a part of the 175th anniversary celebrations.
    Amount: $3500
    Completion Date: 12 December 2004

  48. HUNTINGDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL, HUNTINGDALE
    Restoration and protection of an area of bushland that has become degraded and provision for educational viewing points to observe and record the regeneration.
    Amount: $1500
    Completion Date: TBA

  49. JARRAHDALE HERITAGE SOCIETY, JARRAHDALE
    To create an historic town walk that recognises the establishment of the timber industry, its impact on the State and the history of Jarrahdale. A brochure and interpretive signage will be a part of the project.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: October 2004

  50. JOHN PUJAJANGKA-PIYIRN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, HALLS CREEK
    As part of the 175th anniversary and the school and community's 25th anniversary, events include taking elders and students out bush on a weekly basis to practice dances; records photos from the school's history and production of a book. This will culminate in an open day.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: 8 June 2004

  51. KARLGARIN P and C ASSOCIATION, KARLGARIN
    Work with the local Land Care Co-ordinator to promote environmental work, local heritage conservation and to celebrate in a day of collaborative activities. These will include planting 200 tree species indigenous to the area and to hold a community lunch with activities.
    Amount: $1100
    Completion Date: 9 July 2004

  52. KATANNING PRIMARY SCHOOL, KATANNING
    Construction of a small-scale agricultural plot on salt affected land as a base for teaching and learning for K-7 students on sustainability.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 1 October 2004

  53. KIMBERLEY LANGUAGE RESOURCE CENTRE, HALLS CREEK
    Publish the oral history of the late Mr. Rex Johns' life (A leader of the Tjurabalun People) who was one of the leaders of the Tjurabalun people who won Native Title Determination over their land in August 2001 after many years of struggle.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  54. LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL P and C ASSOCIATION INC, SOUTH LAKE
    Rehabilitating a 7-hectare area of natural wetland to develop a resource for the school and local community. It will also provide a better habitat for the Southern Brown Bandicoots that live in the area.
    Amount: $1695
    Completion Date: 11 June 2004

  55. LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION
    To celebrate the 175th anniversary, a series of Latin American events, involving people of all ages, artist and performing groups from the community will be undertaken. The events will include art, dance and music and will be broadcast on Access 31.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 26 June 2004

  56. LEEDERVILLE COMMUNITY ACTION GROUP INC, LEEDERVILLE
    Two stages at the fourth annual Leederville Street Festival to promote artists and multicultural acts from the community as a part of the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 5 December 2004

  57. LEEUWIN OCEAN ADVENTURE FOUNDATION, FREMANTLE
    Re-enactment of early exploration & settlement of WA on board the Leeuwin. 50 Invited participants will join the crew and volunteers to find out what life was like onboard a traditional sailing ship.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 21 November 2004

  58. MANDURAH HISTORICAL SOCIETY (INC), MANDURAH
    Present a historical display of photographic materials on Mandurah at a celebratory event, with entertainment provided by the Riverside Primary School Choir and a local entertainment group.
    Amount: $995
    Completion Date: 10 June 2004

  59. MARITIME MUSEUM, FREMANTLE
    A month long series of events and public programs in association with the Walyalup Dreamings exhibition being held in the Moores Building in Fremantle. The exhibition concentrates on Dreaming Stories about Fremantle.
    Amount: $4900
    Completion Date: 18 July 2004

  60. MELVILLE YOUTH CHOIR INC, TOODYAY
    The Melville Youth Choir, with the support of the Toodyay Visitors Centre will hold a free public concert in Toodyay Memorial Hall to celebrate 175th anniversary of WA. The event will involve local community organisations such as schools and seniors.
    Amount: $2115
    Completion Date: October 2004

  61. MT BARKER PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC, MT BARKER
    Community event to unveil a mosaic depicting the integration of the school and the local environment. Student and parents will take part and the theme will be on the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $500
    Completion Date: 3 June 2004

  62. MT MANYPEAKS PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, MT MANYPEAKS
    To construct a concrete path with mosaic artwork inserted depicting a timeline of Western Australian History and incorporating the 50th anniversary of the school.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 7 June 2004

  63. MULLEWA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL P and C, MULLEWA
    Celebration of the raising of a time capsule that was buried in '79 and to bury another time capsule to mark the 175th anniversary of the State. The event will involve the whole community.
    Amount: $1680
    Completion Date: 27 August 2004

  64. NAREMBEEN DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL P and C, NAREMBEEN
    Rehabilitation and conservation of two areas of land, including the replanting of the area with around 150 native trees and provision of reticulation for the area.
    Amount: $4164
    Completion Date: 12 June 2004

  65. NGALAPITA REMOTE COMMUNITY SCHOOL, FITZROY RIVER
    The school is situated about 200km from Fitzroy Crossing on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and will be officially opened this year. The local Aboriginal community will create artworks depicting aspects of their culture and the local environment to be launched at the opening ceremony of the new school.
    Amount: $2942
    Completion Date: June 2004

  66. NORTH BEACH PRIMARY P and C, NORTH BEACH/DOWERIN
    Transportation of Year 7 students to Dowerin to work with local volunteers & Men of the Trees to revegetate significant tracts of land. Students have germinated around 1250 banksia, native pear and tamar scrub seeds site-specific to Dowerin.
    Amount: $1388
    Completion Date: December 2004

  67. NORTHCLIFFE RECREATION ASSOCIATION INC, NORTHCLIFFE
    A 3 days celebratory event, Back to Northcliffe", focused on the history of the town as a place of Group and Soldier Settlement in the early 1900s. Previous residents and their descendents will be invited to join local people in the celebrations.
    Amount: $4100
    Completion Date: 31 October 2004

  68. NORTHAMPTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, NORTHAMPTON
    To display restored rail freight wagons at Northampton's Mary Street Station this year to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the first Government Railway line in WA, from Geraldton to Northampton in 1879. This is part of a larger community celebration of the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $3550
    Completion Date: December 2004

  69. NORTH PERTH PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, NORTH PERTH
    North Perth Primary was established in 1899. The 175th anniversary coincides with the 60th anniversary of the establishment of Goonderup Place, the name of the school oval and the Nyoongar word for Meeting Place. On this day a community event will involve improving the facilities of Goonderup Place and holding a celebration day.
    Amount: $4800
    Completion Date: 30 September 2004

  70. OCEAN ROAD P and C ASSOCIATION INC, DAWESVILLE/FLORIDA
    Construction of a shade house and a hot house for raising and redistributing tuart trees into the Yalgorup National Park and nearby environments. This will reintroduce the native tuart to the area and provide habitat for native animals.
    Amount: $3000
    Completion Date: December 2004

  71. ONSLOW P and C ASSOCIATION, ONSLOW
    Provide funding to hold a local photographic competition to document the local school and students for the 175th. The school will be replaced in 2005 and this will form a historical record.
    Amount: $1500
    Completion Date: TBA

  72. OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL SCHOOL, HILTON
    Creating a heritage trail with mounted plaques on sites of significance to the school and sinking a time capsule to celebrate 175th Anniversary, as well as the school's 50th anniversary.
    Amount: $800
    Completion Date: 5-9 July 2004

  73. PERTH FOOTBALL CLUB, LATHLAIN
    Publish club history and present numbered caps to players (or their descendents) that have represented the Perth Football club from 1885 to today.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: September 2004

  74. PHOENIX PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C INC, HAMILTON HILL
    Enhancing of the school grounds, with natural and man made environment, celebrating the heritage and environment of the area. Students will make celebrator tiles, including those with anniversary and school logo.

    Amount: $2782
    Completion Date: 9 July 2004

  75. PINJARRA VISITOR CENTRE INC, PINJARRA
    Historic town festival centered at the Edenvale Heritage Complex, includes displays and activities on the historic and heritage attributes of the town and involving all families and groups in the community.
    Amount: $3558
    Completion Date: 7 June 2004

  76. QUAIRADING AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, QUAIRADING
    To enhance a community event, the provision of a fireworks display at the conclusion the annual agricultural show for the 175thanniversary.
    Amount: $2154
    Completion Date: 10 September 2004

  77. QUINNS ROCKS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC, QUINNS ROCK
    Construct shelter interpretive display and walk trail information signs for the Gumblossom Reserve, a multi purpose recreation and conservation area in Quinns Rocks.
    Amount: $2123
    Completion Date: October 2004

  78. RIVER VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C, BUREKUP
    River Valley Primary School is the combining of two small communities in one new school. It has joined two shires. The aim is to produce a mural of the school that would reflect the history of the two communities and hold a community celebration.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 8-11 June 2004

  79. RIVERTON YOUTH FOUNDATION, RIVERTON
    To fund a local battle of the bands competition involving local high schools and the youth of the area.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: July 2004

  80. ROCKINGHAM DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY INC, ROCKINGHAM
    To manufacture historic plaques to mark out a heritage town walk that traces the history of the timber industry and the establishment of the port of Rockingham.
    Amount: $4037
    Completion Date: November 2004

  81. ROEBOURNE DISTRICTS TOURIST ASSOCIATION (INC), ROEBOURNE
    Interpretive signage at the top of Mt Welcome outlining the history of the township, the Indigenous significance of Mt Welcome and places of interest. The signs will be multi-lingual - written in both English and two local Indigenous languages.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: September 2004

  82. RUBIBI LAND HERITAGE & DEVELOPMENT GROUP, BROOME
    To fit out 6 interpretive shade shelters, within Minyirr Park, with information panels to describe the six Aboriginal seasons in terms of climatic and environmental signals, food and medicine plants and Dreaming and songcycles associated with the Park.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 15 August 2004

  83. RUFUS COLE, NORTH WEST
    To photograph war memorials from Kalbarri to Derby to add to the commemorative register of war memorials of Western Australia.
    Amount: $1594
    Completion Date: 12 September 2004

  84. SAWYERS VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC, SAWYERS VALLEY
    Community Pioneer Day to celebrate the school's 120th birthday and the 175th anniversary. The School is one of the oldest in the hills area.
    Amount: $580
    Completion Date: 22 October 2004

  85. SCOUT ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA, WA BRANCH - ROVER BRANCH, WEST PERTH
    70th anniversary reunion and celebratory breakfast of people who have served in the Anzac Eve vigil at the State War Memorial in Kings Park. This will follow the dawn service.
    Amount: $500
    Completion Date: 25 April 2004

  86. SERPENTINE POLICE and CITIZENS YOUTH CLUB, SERPENTINE
    Bush dance to highlight the benefits of living in rural WA and to promote the area's achievements in the past 175 years. The evening will include historical displays.
    Amount: $1163
    Completion Date: 12 June 2004

  87. SHIRE OF AUGUST-MARGARET RIVER, COWARAMUP, AUGUSTA, ROSA BROOK
    Three community celebrations on Foundation Day in three towns around the rural shire. Including 8 art workshops. Each community has its own special character and will be celebrating together in a different way.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 6 June 2004

  88. SHIRE OF CARNAMAH, CARNAMAH
    Ceremony to commemorate the official completion of the first stage of renovations to the heritage listed MacPherson Homestead. This was built 1869-1874 and is part of the history of the 175th anniversary year.
    Amount: $3750
    Completion Date: 5 September 2004

  89. SHIRE OF COOLGARDIE, COOLGARDIE
    Planning design and construction of a monument of Bayley and Ford to commemorate the centenary of discovery of gold in Coolgardie.
    Amount: $3500
    Completion Date: November 2004

  90. SHIRE OF DARDANUP, EATON
    Purchase of native plants ad trees to be planted as part of the regeneration of a local wetland located on the Eaton townsite boundary.
    Amount: $1885
    Completion Date: June 2004

  91. SHIRE OF DUMBLEYUNG, DUMBLEYUNG
    Community planting day - Foundation Day. An area of the local Stubbs Park will be planted with native species.
    Amount: $550
    Completion Date: September 2004

  92. SHIRE OF EAST PILBARA, NEWMAN
    Repaint the newly restored heritage listed Boomerang Grandstand at Newman with Aboriginal artwork. This is a project involving the whole community.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: TBA

  93. SHIRE OF GNOWANGERUP, GNOWANGERUP
    Past and present residents will be invited to celebrate the town's centenary and the 175th anniversary. There will be historical displays, Indigenous cultural activities and evening function.
    Amount: $2500
    Completion Date: 24 October 2004

  94. SHIRE OF TAMBELLUP, TAMBELLUP
    Commemorative mosaic tiles to be set into the footpath in the main area of Tambellup on the history and heritage of the area.
    Amount: $1005
    Completion Date: September 2004

  95. SHIRE OF TAMMIN, TAMMIN
    To install waterwise gardens at the Tammin Hydrology Model (education model showing causes and effect of salinity) and Amphitheatre. This is a part of the ongoing environmental role of the area.
    Amount: $4010
    Completion Date: October 2004

  96. SHIRE OF WEST ARTHUR, DARKAN
    Focus on the Nangip Creek reserve with publication of flora and fauna brochures, improvement of the area and a175th anniversary picnic.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 31 December 2004

  97. SISTERS OF ST JOHN OF GOD INC, BALGO AND BROOME
    Ensure accurate historical records of the Wirrumanu Aboriginal Community at Balgo Hills with funding assistance to record oral histories of the community.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 1 November 2004

  98. SORRENTO PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC, SORRENTO
    Revegetate 1500 sqm native bushland within the school grounds. This area was severely affected by bushfire two years ago and many native banksias and other species were lost.
    Amount: $1100
    Completion Date: 30 August 2004

  99. SOUTHWEST ABORIGINAL LAND and SEA COUNCIL, CBD
    A cultural display and performance to mark the 175th anniversary of co-existence timed to coincide with the anticipated signing of an agreement between the Council and State Government.
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 6 June 2004

  100. ST ANDREW'S GRAMMAR PARENTS and FRIENDS ASSOCIATION, DIANELLA
    A multicultural food festival to bring together the 14 nationalities represented in the school as a celebration of the country's acceptance of the many different nationalities that make up our State.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 2 May 2004

  101. SWAN VILLAGE OF CARE (INC) SOCIAL CLUB, BENTLEY
    Foundation Day celebratory luncheon and ceremony at Swan Village of Care for residents as part of the 175th celebrations.
    Amount: $1075
    Completion Date: 1 June 2004

  102. THE OLDER WOMENS NETWORK (THEATRE GROUP), THORNLIE
    Writing, producing and performing a show to celebrate the 175th anniversary of settlement featuring historic events and the role of women migrants in the development of WA.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 31 October 2004

  103. TONEBRIDGE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION, TONEBRIDGE
    Launch a book on the oral histories of district pioneers to celebrate 100 years of farming in Tonebridge- Chowerup Area.
    Amount: $1200
    Completion Date: 10 October 2004

  104. TOWN OF VICTORIA PARK, VICTORIA PARK
    Conduct a heritage walk/bus ride and guided tour of the town for the local community. The tour will culminate in a celebratory lunch.
    Amount: $800
    Completion Date: 31 October 2004

  105. WANDI PROGRESS ASSOCIATION INC, WANDI - KWINANA
    Planting of native trees along local oval & community events including ceremony, time capsule and sausage sizzle.
    Amount: $1350
    Completion Date: July 2004

  106. WALYALUP RECONCILIATION GROUP, COCKBURN
    Oral History training by professional oral historian to enable the collecting of stories from local Indigenous people that have strong local connections to the Cockburn area.
    Amount: $3000
    Completion Date: 30 December 2004

  107. WARNBRO COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL P and C COMMITTEE, WARNBRO
    The Visionary Founders Wall - commemorative tiled wall celebrating the vision of the founders of the state of WA including the Rockingham/Warnbro area.
    Amount: $4550
    Completion Date: 31 July 2004

  108. WATHEROO PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOCIATION, WATHEROO
    Back to Watheroo weekend to provide an opportunity for past and present residents of the area to come together to celebrate the history of Watheroo and the 175th anniversary.
    Amount: $2000
    Completion Date: 2 October 2004

  109. WEMBLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC INC, WEMBLEY
    Establishment of a garden of Indigenous flora with interpretative signage and a community bush dance to celebrate the 175th.
    Amount: $2727
    Completion Date: June 2004

  110. WEST AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTION OF SURVEYORS INC, NORTH KIMBERLEY - KALUMBUROO
    To mark the 50th anniversary of the North Kimberley Survey and Mapping Expedition (led by surveyor John Morgan), re-enact the northern section of the survey (100kms).
    Amount: $5000
    Completion Date: 15 July 2004

  111. WEST AUSTRALIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION INC, 25 CONCERT VENUES - FREMANTLE and PERTH as well as DONGARA GERALDTON, KALBARRI, KALGOORLIE, ESPERANCE, ALBANY, MANDURAH, BUNBURY AND MARGARET RIVER
    An original contemporary music festival showcasing WA artists over the Foundation Day long weekend. Plus hosting a national music conference.
    Amount: $4000
    Completion Date: 8 June 2004

  112. WEST LEEMING PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOC, WEST LEEMING
    Special assembly to celebrate the 175th anniversary with full school and community participation and a historical display.
    Amount: $1462
    Completion Date: 11 June 2004

  113. WYALKATCHEM DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL, WYALKATCHEM
    Environmental rehabilitation of local bushland, co-ordinated by local primary and secondary students. Planting of 175 native trees in recognition of the anniversary.
    Amount: $551
    Completion Date: 1 October 2004

  114. YALLINGUP LAND CONSERVATION DISTRICT COMMITTEE, YALLINGUP
    Provide funding to construct a lookout between Yallingup and Smiths Beach to enable appreciation of the natural features.
    Amount: $4455
    Completion Date: 31 October 2004

  115. YANCHEP NATIONAL PARK VOLUNTEERS, YANCHEP
    Provide funding to survey and list the macro-aquatic invertebrates in Lake Wagardu in Yanchep national Park with a display in the visitors centre.
    Amount: $1750
    Completion Date: 1 May 2004

  116. YULUMA PRIMARY SCHOOL P and C ASSOCIATION INC, INNALOO
    Two acknowledge the history of the two schools joined to make Yuluma, compile albums of photos, personal details and information of what it means to be a Western Australian and present them at a celebratory event.
    Amount: $772
    Completion Date: June 2004