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30 Apr 2020 | Update

Broome North Primary School get creative with a mural at Cable Beach

Broome North Primary School received $10,000 in funding towards creating a mural at Cable Beach as part of the Kimberley Community Grants.

  • Education
  • Community
Cable Beach Mural
30 Apr 2020 | Update

One Arm Point Remote Community School develop aquaculture centre

The One Arm Point Remote Community School received $6,000 from the Kimberley Community Grants to develop an aquaculture centre.

  • Community
  • Education
One Arm Point Remote Community School
30 Apr 2020 | Update

Change Em Ways program

Thanks to the Kimberley Grants Program, the Men’s Outreach Service Broome was able to extend their program to help women for the first time.

  • Community
Change Em Ways program
30 Apr 2020 | Update

Native animal rescue on a mission to educate the community

Native Animal Rescue received $5,000 from the Kimberley Community Grants to help educate the community about local wildlife.

  • Community
Native animal rescue trailer
30 Apr 2020 | Update

Mowanjum Aboriginal community come together to share stories and songs about water

The Mowanjum Art and Cultural Centre received $8,100 from the Kimberley Community Grants towards the creation of a performance at the Water Weavers Festival.

  • Community
Mowanjum Arts Centre Water Weavers Festival
30 Apr 2020 | Update

Home is where the heart is

Goolarri Media brings the Broome community together by using the Kimberley Community Grants to produce an uplifting music clip.

  • Community
Home is where the heart is
30 Apr 2020 | Update

East Kimberley College grow a sustainable hydroponics garden

Students at East Kimberley College received nearly $2,000 in funding from the Kimberley Community Grants to create a sustainable hydroponics garden.

East Kimberley College sustainable hydroponics garden
15 Apr 2020 | Update

School talks and tours of the Groundwater Replenishment Visitor Centre postponed

To help minimise the spread of COVID-19, Water Corporation has implemented guidelines regarding meetings and hosting external events.

  • COVID-19
  • Education
Students in a classroom looking at a diagram
09 Apr 2020 | Update

Estimated meter reads

We have updated our meter reading process to ensure the safety of our customers and our meter readers.

  • COVID-19
  • Meters
Photo of a water meter
30 Mar 2020 | Update

Closure of dam recreation areas across the State

Picnic and recreational areas at Western Australian dams managed by Water Corporation will be closed from Monday, 30 March 2020, in line with advice to cease non-essential travel.

  • COVID-19
  • Dams
WA dams