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FARA Committee

FARA Seeks New Members

FARA’s dedicated volunteer committee is elected annually at the Annual General Meeting.

We are always looking for committed people to give their time and skills to the work of FARA – even if you can only spare a few hours.

To nomiate for the Committee, please visit this link to apply securely online for FARA Membership.
Applications must be received by FARA seven days prior to an AGM (generally held in March).

Contact FARA via post c/- CCWA, Lotteries House, 2 Delhi St, West Perth WA 6005

FARA holds committee meetings on the first Tuesday of each month (except for January) from 6-8pm, with a light supper. These meetings discuss the various campaigns, submissions, research and news relating to the petroglyphs. If you would like to attend, ring Sue on 0439 641 227 to ascertain the venue for the next meeting.

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FARA Committee

Committee meetings:
First Tuesday of every month at 6pm.

All meetings to be held at Lotteries House, 2 Delhi St, West Perth WA 6005, unless stated otherwise.


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