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Wooroloo Bushfire

Funding application helps Wooroloo Connect Garden grow
Posted 21 January 2022 Funding application helps Wooroloo Connect Garden grow

A cash injection from the State Government will help sow the seeds for a community garden to blossom in Wooroloo. 

Community exhibition a time for reflection
Posted 14 January 2022 Community exhibition a time for reflection

Shire of Mundaring and City of Swan respectfully acknowledge 1 February 2022 as twelve months since the Wooroloo Bushfire.

Making waives for Wooroloo Bushfire recovery
Posted 11 November 2021 Making waives for Wooroloo Bushfire recovery

Shire of Mundaring and City of Swan residents whose properties were destroyed during the Wooroloo Bushfire will be offered free entry to the Shire's aquatic centres for the 21/22 season.

Community initiatives to blossom at Wooroloo
Posted 27 October 2021 Community initiatives to blossom at Wooroloo

Two community-led initiatives are springing to life in Wooroloo, offering residents access to resilience building activities as they continue to recover from the recent bushfire.

Wooroloo bushfire inquiry submission update
Posted 18 October 2021 Wooroloo bushfire inquiry submission update

The City of Swan and Shire of Mundaring finalised their respective submissions for an independent inquiry into the devastating Wooroloo bushfire, which destroyed 86 homes.

Intergenerations’ ‘pinch’ their best personality
Posted 08 October 2021 Intergenerations’ ‘pinch’ their best personality

Wooroloo Hall opened its doors for an intergenerational school holiday art activity on Tuesday 5 October.

Wooroloo community clean up championed by student camp
Posted 21 September 2021 Wooroloo community clean up championed by student camp

​Year 8 students from Mundaring Christian College have rolled up their sleeves to help residents in Wooroloo.

Submissions invited for Wooroloo Bushfire Inquiry
Posted 08 September 2021 Submissions invited for Wooroloo Bushfire Inquiry

Residents, support personnel and organisations affected by the Wooroloo Bushfire are encouraged to share their experience, following the opening of an independent inquiry into the bushfire.

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