Ravensthorpe 2016 Wildflower Show and

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Gala Dinner and Festival Guest speaker to be announced. Bookings are essential - ring the Ravensthorpe Museum (+61 8 9838 1191) or the Hopetoun Community Resource Centre (+61 8 9838 3062 ) 24th Sepember

Street Parade and Ceilidh 10th September

Photography Competition - subject wildflowers - forms available from Hopetoun CRC,08 98383062 Entries close

RDHS Market Day Ravensthorpe.

4WD WILDFLOWER TAG ALONG ESCORTED TOURS EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST: you are invited to register your interest, for further information and bookings :- Email ravensthorpeprogress@gmail.com or ring business hours +61 08 9838 1340 after hours +61 08 9838 1067

Registration forms can be obtained from and lodged at the Ravensthorpe Community Resource Centre +61 08 9838 1340

The tours are dependant upon sufficient interest being registered. Meeting at 9.30am for 10am departure. Allow 4-5 hours for this relaxing, escorted tour. Cost $20 per adult, $3 for children includes a picnic lunch.


BUSH WALK with expert guide. Details to be confirmed by the end of August. Email ravensthorpe@crc.net.au or ring +61 08 98381340 (9.30am - 4.30pm).

The Art Gallery Awards night is on the 9th September. An art exhibition will be on show in the Dunnart Art Gallery for the duration of the Wildflower Show (two weeks). Contact Melissa Daw madmallees@westnet.com.au

The Wildflower Show Shop offers many wildflower related books, cards and products, and features the work of local artists and crafts people.

The Ravensthorpe Herbarium, situated next door to the Wildflower Show, holds many hundred botanical specimens collected from within the Ravensthorpe Shire. Experts on the local flowers are on hand each day for identification queries.

Soup lunches and Devonshire Teas are available each day, provided by local fund raising organisations. The comfortable surroundings of the 106 year old Ravensthorpe Community Centre and gardens will make a refreshing 'tea break' for the weary traveller.

There are spectacular drives and walks in the district. A brochure, available at the Wildflower Show, Museum and Visitor Centre, identifies 12 drives designed for viewing particular flowers. It is also illustrated with stunning photographs.www.facebook.com/RavensthorpeWildflowerShow

Walks: The Hopetoun-Ravensthorpe Railway Heritage Walk Trail is made up of four sections along the old railway track between the two towns. There are plaques identifying flora and fauna and historical sites along the way. Brochures with maps of each section are available.

The Springdale Courtyard Cafe will be open during the Wildflower Show. Walks in the bush around the cafe and by the Jerdacuttup River, will reveal bountiful wildflowers.

Proceeds from the Wildflower Show are donated to partnership organisations which assist in the running of the show, the Senior Citizens and the Ravensthorpe Historical Society.

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