Wooroloo and Gidgegannup Muster: Preparedness Activity 25th June, 2022

Hosted by ParkyCare & Wooroloo Community Team
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Posted on 9th June 2022

Muster Details

  • Wooroloo Hall, Government Rd, Wooroloo WA
  • Sat, Jun 25, 2022

What you need:

  • Closed in shoes
  • Warm clothing
  • Long pants
  • Protective gloves

The Muster is a two-day activity comprising a community planning event (24 June from 9am to 4pm) and two preparedness activities (24 & 25 June from 9am to 5pm).

About the Muster

Do you want to learn how to better prepare your community against future natural threats? Or maybe you want to help another community prepare against future natural threats?

Join our preparedness activity to come away with new connections and an understanding of what you can do to reduce the risk of natural threats for your family, friends and community.

What to expect

The preparedness activity involves:

  • An introduction to the Australian Resilience Corp
  • Safety induction
  • Clearing of high fuel load weeds

Food and beverage will be provided on both days.

Please wear closed in shoes, warm clothing in case it is cold and long pants. As this activity will involve clearing weeds, please also bring along gloves to protect your hands.

We look forward to seeing you and other community members at the preparedness activity. Places are limited, register now.

Frequently asked questions

Q. Will there be future events?

Yes, we will be supporting additional preparedness activities, identified out this event or future planning events. Our commitment is to long-term resilience which can only be achieved by persistent readiness this year, next year and every year. Sign up to the Australian Resilience Corp to be alerted to future events.

Q. Can I attend the community session and not the preparedness activity (and vice versa)?

Yes, you can choose which events to attend.

Q. Can I attend 1 day but not 2?


Q. Do I need to attend for the whole day?

The ideal commitment is a full day, but if you can only commit to half a day thatโ€™s perfectly fine. Any time you can give will be a great help.

Q. What are the safety arrangements for the day?

There will be an induction and trained staff to administer first aid.

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