Quambie Park Fete

Quambie Park Fete

There are so many reasons to visit Waroona so why not pop down this weekend for the Quambie Park Fete on Sunday March 10th.

There will be plenty on offer for all ages including a lovely Devonshire tea, sausage sizzle and ice cream for the young and young at heart.

The organisers have been working tirelessly with locals to showcase the talents of the community. Plenty of stalls including plant stalls, cake stalls, craft stalls and much, much more.

Quambie Park Fete

Courtesy Quambie Park

Bring your family as there is much fun to be had for grandies including an amimal farm, pony rides face painting, balloon twisting and even a bouncy castle!

Loads of games to keep everyone entertained plus be in the draw for the raffle which has some fantastic prizes. There is even a car wash too, so why not take the day off and pamper your go-go mobile while you’re at it!

There will food stalls with tantalizing treats for all taste buds to indulge and enjoy!

Be sure to pop into the Waroona Visitors Centre for all the info on this fabulous area!Waroona Visitors Centre

While you are in the area make sure you take a drive out to the Drakesbrook Weir. Only a few kilometres away you won’t regret stopping into this picturesque and well kept secret! Maybe even dip in a toe if it’s a warm day. Drakesbrook Weir, WaroonaThe wonderful thing about this event is that it is not for profit and all monies raised go towards the nursing home. So every dollar you spend will contribute to the lifestyle needs of the residents. Which is a wonderful cause!Quambie Park Fete

Courtesy Quambie ParkWhere: 15 Eastcott St, Waroona

When: 10th March 2018

Time: 8am – 2pm

Contact: Nerida 97331355



About Kerry Lane

I am 67 years of age and retired. I was born and bred in Perth but now live with my husband, Michael, in Albany, Western Australia. We have four children and six grandchildren. I have always enjoyed sports but my passion was basketball in which I played and attained State level. I coached at both junior and senior levels. I was also the team manager for the Perth Quit Breakers (now known as the Perth Lynx) for many years and was on the Board of the WA Basketball Association. I worked for Woodside Energy for 19 years before transferring to Darwin with my husband, also a Woodsider, who took up management of the Northern Territory operations of the company. I was the Private Secretary to the Chief Minister of the Northern Territory Govt. during my time there before retiring. My husband and I then travelled around Australia in a caravan for a year before finally settling for a seachange in Albany. We built a house at beautiful Goode Beach, joined the Albany Golf Club and started to explore our surrounds. We have made many friends since arriving in Albany and family and friends from near and far enjoy visiting and experiencing our part of the world. We are heavily involved in the Golf Club which keeps us busy. I enjoy reading, wining, dining, good friends and still love to travel both here in Oz and overseas.

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