Come and volunteer with us on Saturday the 22rd June at our community planting event. The South Beach Community Group has partnered with the City of Fremantle to undertake planting activities next to the old South Beach Train station at the top end of South Beach Promenade to improve park amenity and biodiversity values.
The community planting event will be held on Saturday 22rd June from 8 – 11 am and all members of the community are invited. This event is supported by the City of Fremantle; limited gloves and trowels will be available on the day so please bring your own if you have them and your closed in shoes and water bottles.
Plant selection has been based on using local native species that are best adapted to local conditions, biodiversity values and with a resilience to low watering regime.
This community planting event is a follow on from our hugely successful planting event last year; we are also grateful to the City of Cockburn for this year contributing some additional plants to compliment those supplied by the City of Fremantle which will be used in CoC bordering areas around the pond.
A message for the 25th annual Power Station Triathlon:
The 25th annual Power Station Triathlon will be conducted from the old Power Station at CY O’Connor Beach on Saturday November 25, 2017. As with previous years events we wish to inform residents of road closures, traffic movements and also to request your assistance. The event brings some 400 competitors to the event on the morning to compete in a healthy activity. If you have any questions regarding the following information please do not hesitate to contact us. The event is supported by the City of Cockburn and WA Police.
As most residents are new in the area over the past two years there will be some inconvenience with road closures. We invite you to join in by watching if you are close to the course – we thank you for you assistance and cooperation on:
Saturday, November 25, 2017 6.00am to 9.30am
The following roads will be closed to through traffic for the duration: ROBB ROAD, ROLLINSON ROAD and BENNETT ROAD.
Residents will be able to move into and out of the area if required under the supervision of event staff who will be stationed at corners.
We do request your assistance in trying not to move vehicles along Rollinson or Bennett Road from 6.00am to 9.30am. We believe we may be able to open roads at 8.45am.
We thank you for your assistance and trust there will be minimal inconvenience.
Thank you to all the stall holders, food vendors and visitors who made last Sunday’s event special. A big thank you to everyone who donated unwanted goodies to our stall too! While the visitor numbers were less than last year, we still met plenty of new neighbours and made a little bit of money for our community group.
Please join us this Sunday for our final community meeting of the year.
Learn more about the future development projects around our neighbourhood: We will welcome a Landcorp representative showing us the Shoreline to the south of our neighbourhood.
Sustainability at home: The City of Cockburn’s Sustainability Officer will share the new bin system that may affect some homes. Also, local business Pearthworms will be presenting a new worm farm concept.
Open Forum: bring your project ideas and suggestions to make our neighbourhood an even better place to live.
As always, volunteers helping with the set-up and pack-up of this meeting are greatly appreciated. Simply arrive 20 minutes before the event and lend a helping hand.
Sunday 29 October, 3pm
The Meeting Place, 245 South Terrace, South Fremantle.
Not keen to start a sale or stall yourself, but have some old goodies that need to go? We gladly accept donations to our South Beach Community stall and all of the proceeds will go towards running future events and keeping our neighbourhood connected and happy.
How to donate: please bring your items for donation to our stall on Saturday morning. Yes, it’s that easy!
We’d like to say a huge thank you already to everyone who has already donated or let us know they’ll bring donations down. You rock!
For those neighbours keen to run their own stall at Barrow Park, please help us keep track of numbers and space by registering your stall online. This is easy and also helps us advertise the size and splendour of our event to those seeking out garage sales.
Do you need a trestle table on the day? Get in touch with us before hand and find out whether we can help you further.
If you’re keen to run a garage sale from, well your own garage, that’s awesome! We highly recommend: register your sale on the above website as a separate sale and take advantage of the advertising of the event.