Wyndham’s Million Paws Walk 2014

Wyndham’s Million Paws Walk 2014

Tweet If you’re looking for a doggy day-out in Wyndham this weekend then we have the perfect event for you. This Sunday, the annual RSPCA Million Paws Walk will be taking place at Presidents Park in Wyndham Vale for all creatures great and small. The RSPCA Million Paws Walk is the RSPCA’s biggest fundraiser of the year, with events taking place all over the country. Funds raised through the event go towards RSPCA programs, adoption, veterinary services, campaigns and their Inspectorate. Everyone in Wyndham has the opportunity to support...

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Run or walk for a good cause this Mother’s Day

Run or walk for a good cause this Mother’s Day

Tweet Mother’s Day is just around the corner and a popular tradition for a lot of Werribee families is to take part in the Mother’s Day Classic. The Mother’s Day Classic is an annual fun run held around Australia to help raise funds for research into breast cancer prevention and treatment. Since its inception in 1998, the Mother’s Day Classic has helped raise $19.8 million for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), making it the largest fundraising event for breast cancer research in Australia. Mothers Day Classic is for...

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Renegades Swap Meet & Car Show & Shine This Sunday

Renegades Swap Meet & Car Show & Shine This Sunday

Tweet If you’re looking for a great day out for the whole family this weekend then you might want to head along to this Sunday’s Renegades Swap Meet & Car Show & Shine at the Werribee Racecourse. The Renegades Hot Rod and Custom Club Inc. are presenting the event, which is held annually and sanctioned by the Australian Street Rod Federation (ASRF). The event will have plenty of shiny cars and bikes on show, and there will be a particular emphasis on vehicle parts. There will also be a live band playing on the day, onsite catering...

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Anzac Day in Werribee

Anzac Day in Werribee

Tweet Tomorrow is Anzac Day, one of Australia’s most important days of national remembrance. Anzac Day commemorates that fateful day on April 25 in 1915, when thousands of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs) landed at Gallipoli in the First World War and made the ultimate sacrifice for our countries. This year, Anzac Day holds particular significance as it marks 100 years since the beginning of the First World War (1914-1918) and when our Australian troops first departed our soil. Since that time, thousands more Australians have...

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Wishing Everyone in Werribee a Happy and Safe Easter!

Wishing Everyone in Werribee a Happy and Safe Easter!

Tweet Our team at Professionals Triwest Real Estate would like to wish all of the Werribee community a very happy and safe Easter long weekend. We’re sure a lot of Werribee households will be looking forward to treating themselves to a few chocolate Easter eggs and hot cross buns this weekend, or maybe taking part in an Easter egg hunt and some Easter games. If you haven’t decided how to spend the weekend yet, there are plenty of events happening around town. Head to www.experiencewyndham.com.au to find a list of things to do all around...

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Growing Herbs and Vegetables – A New Easter Tradition?

Growing Herbs and Vegetables – A New Easter Tradition?

Tweet If you want to start making Easter a healthier time of year for you and your family, then you might like to start a new Easter tradition out in the garden. One idea is to start growing your own backyard herbs or vegetables that can then be used in your Easter dishes. If you plan on having fish on Good Friday, then some popular herbs to go with your fish are parsley, coriander or chives. You could then add some fresh lettuce leaves and tomatoes, and teach your kids how the Easter bunny would prefer to eat these kinds of food too, plus...

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