Shire of Goomalling

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Tender: Design & Project Management - Goomalling Sport and Community Recreation Centre

Architects are invited to lodge an application to tender for design and project management of the Goomalling Sport and Community Recreation Centre. The Tender will also include the renovations to the existing Goomalling Sports Pavilion. The plans include: Indoor function facility, Commercial kitchen & bar, Storage rooms, Toilet and change room facilities and Meeting room.

Tender information can be downloaded here (Please note: changes to pages 16 & 24) or by contacting the Shire of Goomalling’s Sport and Recreation Coordinator, Jo Buegge on 0428291302 OR the Executive Assistance of the CEO Tahnee Bird on 9629 1101.

Tender applications must be received by COB WST on the 13 August 2014, addressed to Jo Buegge, Sport and Recreation Coordinator, Shire of Goomalling, PO BOX 118, Goomalling WA 6460.
E-mail submissions will be accepted to goshire@goomalling.wa.gov.au 

Clem Kerp
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER , Shire of Goomalling
PO Box 118, GOOMALLING   WA   6460
Ph: 9629 1101

Astrophotography Exhibition

Magellanic Clouds and Milky Way by Roger Groom Don't miss this remarkable photographic collection in which our exquisite night sky is the star of the show. Admire the moon, planets and stars captured superbly by several members of the Astronomy Group of Western Australia.

The exhibition runs in the Barn at Slater Homestead, open Friday to Sunday 10am to 4pm, until the end of July.

Photo: Magellanic Clouds and Milky Way, by Roger Groom.

Business in the Regions 2014 Survey

The State Government is asking thousands of regional business owners and managers to share their views on doing business in regional Western Australia.

Business in the Regions 2014 is a large-scale survey, conducted by the Department of Regional Development, to better understand the characteristics of regional businesses and is focused on small to medium enterprises.

The survey asks business owners and managers to reflect on their quality of life, the characteristics of their business, the advantages and disadvantages associated with running a regional business, and their future plans and intentions. Respondents will be asked to identify key issues in relation to their workforce and information technology requirements.

Shire of Goomalling Newsletter

Shire of Goomalling NewsletterThe winter edition of our quarterly newsletter is out. Topics in this issue include the discovery of Wheel Cactus in WA, the Government's Mobile Coverage Programme, an update on the Community and Sports Pavilion expansion plans and lots more.

To receive this newsletter via email please contact Tahnee via goshire@goomalling.wa.gov.au

Visit Goomalling

Visit Goomalling tourism website

Goomalling is a great destination for a weekend escape or a stopover on your way to or from Perth. For all tourism related info, including maps, accommodation, things to see and do, places to eat and drink, please visit www.visitgoomalling.com.au


Shire of Goomalling
Clem Kerp, Chief Executive Officer

32 Quinlan St  |  PO Box 118
GOOMALLING WA 6460

Ph: (08) 9629 1101  |  Fax: (08) 9629 1017
Email: goshire@goomalling.wa.gov.au

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