Bayswater Brief winter 2024

Welcome to the winter 2024 edition of the Bayswater Brief.

Bayswater Brief winter 2024
May 27 2024

Message from the Mayor

The weather might be cooler but there are plenty of reasons to get out and about and enjoy winter in our beautiful City. Following on from our very first Feed Me Morley food festival with sold-out tours, why not hunt down your favourite spot for a hearty bowl of pasta or soul-warming soup to cosy up with this season. Check out the many bars and restaurants filling our town centres and surrounds, and create your very own culinary tour.

For the keen BMX riders and mountain bikers out there, don’t forget to head to the new purpose-built facility under the Mooro-Beeloo Bridge in Bayswater. This amazing community space was launched recently and is in prime position right next to our beautiful Swan River. Boasting two pump tracks, two mountain bike tracks, a mountain bike skills section and more, make sure you check it out. On pages 8 and 9, you’ll find further ways to warm up and enjoy winter to its fullest.

The City is now inviting applications for its Community Events Grant all year round. Whether it’s a clothing swap on the grounds of the Civic Centre, a twilight market in one of our town centres or a food truck event at a shopping centre – we want to hear from you. Find out more on page 11.

The City will celebrate NAIDOC Week from 7 to 14 July with a series of free events for all ages. Come along to one of the community planting days and take part in a traditional smoking ceremony or hear stories from Aboriginal Elder Dr Noel Nannup. Kids too can get involved through special workshops with author Jayden Boundry, who’ll share an introduction to Noongar language through his magical storytelling.

Mayor Filomena Piffaretti


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