Finalists Named in 2018 Tidy Towns Awards

Southwest Communities Honoured

Finalists Named in 2018 Tidy Towns Awards

The finalists for Keep Australia Beautiful Council’s 2018 Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards have been named.

Four Southwest communities - Collie, Greenbushes, Margaret River and Waroona - are all up for the major Tidy Town award, along with Port and South Hedland and West Arthur.
 
Keep Australia Beautiful Council’s Chairman, Michael Aspinall, said he was impressed with the entries.
 
“These State finalists have demonstrated to the judges their strong community engagement, partnerships, innovation and environmental initiatives,” he said.
 
“I congratulate communities for making positive environmental, social and economic changes and for planning for a sustainable future for their community.”

Several other Southwest towns are also nominated in seven other award categories:

Litter Prevention & Waste Management:

Djarindjin
Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Meekatharra
Port and South Hedland
Wickham
Wongan Hills


Young Legends:

Albany
Collie
Greenbushes
Margaret River Ravensthorpe/Hopetoun
Waroona


Environmental Sustainability:

Esperance
Green Head
Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Port and South Hedland
Tambellup
Wongan Hills

Environmental Education:

Augusta
Cowaramup
Dowerin
Esperance
Mount Barker
Kalgoorlie-Boulder

Heritage & Culture:

Albany
Collie
Dowerin
Dumbleyung
Northam
Quairading

Community Action & Wellbeing:

Margaret River
Mungullah
Ravensthorpe/Hopetoun
Tambellup
Waroona
West Arthur

General Appearance:

Albany
Halls Creek
Ngalingkadji Ravensthorpe/Hopetoun
Tambellup
West Arthur

State and category winners will be announced on 21 September 2018.

 

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