Presentation – How to save on energy costs – Balingup 26th June
Sunday 26 June
10am – 12pm
@ Balingup Community Centre
Did you know that, by keeping top of your fridge clear of kitchenware, you can reduce energy consumption?
Have you been thinking about buying a solar battery but can’t decide which one?
How much does it cost to run an electric vehicle?
To hear the answers to these questions, and get many other great tips, come along to this talk by Bridgetown volunteer, Mr Jim Dixon. Jim has a wealth of experience that he is willing to share with our community…..and it’s free!
The Blackwood Valley Voices are presenting their next repertoire at the Balingup Recreation Centre on Tuesday 21st of June at 3.45pm – 5.30pm!
Drinks and nibbles provided.
Balingup features in State on Plate – goes to air Sunday 12th June 5.30PM Channel 9!
This weekends episode of TV show, ‘Our State on a Plate’ focuses on WA’s Southern Forests and Valleys which includes Balingup, Kirup and Mullalyup!
Filming took place at the Golden Valley Tree Park on Thursday 19th May, 2022 and showcased a Long Table Lunch set-up, which featured a range of our fabulous local produce sourced from Balingup, Mullalyup and Kirup!
– Blackwood Emporium Chocolates (Mullalyup)
– Balingup Fruit Winery – ports and liqueurs (Balingup)
– Olivia Grove Olives, Olive Oil and produce (Kirup)
– Newy’s Fruit and Veg (Kirup)
– Rokewood Honey (Balingup)
– 4Shot Coffee Roastery (Balingup)
The episode which features our local produce, the Golden Valley Tree Park &
the Southern Forests & Valleys region goes to air this coming weekend!
📺 Sunday, 12th June
🗓 Channel 9
A BIG thanks to Jann from Oliva Grove and Vicki from Blackwood Emporium who lent their creative flare to the design of our ‘long table lunch’ set-up! . . . . it looked stunning . . . and what a magnificent backdrop we had with the GVTP’s majestic oaks in full autumn costume!!
Located at the end of Brockman Street this beautiful avenue of old oak trees is a fitting tribute to the local men and boys who lost their lives in the First World War.
Their names are engraved on plaques at the bases of the trees. Interpretive boards provide more details and are placed off to the right of the avenue.
There is also a small picnic area alongside Balingup Brook.