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Host a Neighbourhood BBQ (City of Wanneroo)

How well do you know your neighbours? Why not get to know your neighbours by hosting a neighbourhood BBQ or picnic?


Organising a neighbourhood BBQ in your local park is a great way to meet the people in your street and get to know each other.

If you live in the City of Wanneroo, register a neighbourhood BBQ to go in the draw to win some great prizes. You will also receive invitations to use, a healthy recipe book. Cricket sets can be borrowed from your local library.

For more information and to register, contact the Healthy Communities team at City of Wanneroo on 9405 5000 or email: programs@wanneroo.wa.gov.au
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