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The Governor enjoyed a wonderful afternoon with City of Stirling residents

City of Stirling tour to view recent redevelopments and meet with community groups and organisations

The Governor spent a busy afternoon touring around the City of Stirling and meeting with various community organisations.

He also visited some of the City’s most recent redevelopment projects accompanied by City representatives including Mayor Mark Irwin, Deputy Mayor Bianca Sandri and CEO Stuart Jardine.

First stop was Scarborough for an overview of the beachfront redevelopment including the promenade, pool and activity areas including skate park, climbing walls and basketball courts.

The Governor also met with the City’s Beach Services team and beach inspectors who provided a briefing on their role and an update on the sea rescues they performed over the summer months.

From there it was off to the Nollamara Day Club to meet with some of the area’s seniors, and the chance to surprise one of the regulars Elsie Donovan with a special birthday card hand delivered by the Governor for her 99th birthday.

The Day club is a popular meeting spot for city residents and offers a range of physical, mental, social, educational and culturally specific activities for all ages.

The Governor then travelled to Mirrabooka to meet the hard working team at Naala Djookan Healing Centre and learn more about the crucial work they are doing in supporting those impacted by family and domestic violence.

The final stop on the visit was to the City of Stirling HQ for a catch-up and chat with Councillors and the Executive team.

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