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Local Groups and Organisations :

Bibra Lake Residents Association :

The object of the Association are to represent and promote the interests of the residents of Bibra Lake by enabling issues relevant to the betterment of the community, as identified by community members, to be raised in public forum.

Meetings are generally held at the Bibra Lake Community Hall on Parkway Road, Bibra Lake on the second Tuesday of every second month at 7pm.
Contact Chairman Greg Chapman for more information on the next meeting time on 0407 466 502

Next meeting is to be held on Tuesday 10th March 2015

More information can be found here

Bibra Lake Buy and Sell :

A place where you can sell and buy in Bibra Lake or surrounding South of River areas.  This is a Facebook based group where you can post your items for sale.  The group is classed as a 'closed' group and as such you must drop the admin a note requesting access.  Full details are available on the Facebook page.

Once subscribed, recent posts are notified to your own Facebook so you can keep up to speed with items for sale or whether your item has got a buyer.

More information can be found here

Native Arc :

Native ARC is the Native Animal Rehabilitation Centre which was formed out of concern for the rescue, treatment and care of injured, sick, orphaned and displaced native wildlife.

The ARC is a not for profit organisation. An Executive Committee oversees the control and management of the affairs and finances of the ARC. Volunteers carry out the work of the ARC and operate two shifts seven days a week.

The ARC is located at 172 Hope Road Bibra Lake and operates from a building leased from the City of Cockburn. Native ARC also undertakes an information/ educative role with the general public,community organisations and primary,secondary and tertiary education institutions and has linkages with other wildlife organisations.

More information can be found here

Lakeside Brigade :

Brigade is for boys & girls from pre-primary upwards. Brigade is a time to learn practical skills, have a lot of fun and meet new people.

Held at Lakeside on Wednesday afternoons from 5:30pm - 7.00pm.

More information can be found here

Lakeside Girls Brigade :

Girls' Brigade is for all girls from pre-primary age upwards. It is a time of fun, cooking & craft and learning new skills.

Held at Lakeside on Tuesday afternoons during school term from 4:45pm - 6:30pm.

More information can be found here

Lakeside Playgroup :

This is a great opportunity to connect with other families with young children. It is a wonderful time for parents or extended family members to spend time with their children as you participate together in a variety of activities.

9.30 – 11.30am each Friday during school term in our crèche area.

Cost is $ 3. Please also bring a piece of fruit to share.

More information can be found here

Save Beeliar Wetlands :

A  group of dedicated campaigners has been fighting to preserve Bibra Lake and North Lake from Roe Highway Stage 8 development for decades.

More information can be found here

Bibra Lake Junior Football Club

Bibra Lake Junior Football Club located at Meller Park, Bibra Lake, Western Australia is the 2013 Junior Club of the Year.

The club has been operating since 1993 and provides opportunities for boys and girls aged from pre-primary to Year 12's

Much more information can be found at their excellent website

Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre

The Cockburn Wetland Centre is a dynamic, friendly place where the community comes to dip their toes into the world of wetlands. Since 1993 our Centre has been dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wetlands, environmental education, training, & youth services.  We are an independent, not-for-profit, community organisation. Our Centre runs with a handful of dedicated staff and an amazing team of volunteers.

Key objectives :

To promote awareness and understanding of wetlands and urban bushland through education programs and activities.
To provide a facility for community activities related to scouting and environmental protection and conservation.
To undertake, encourage and support landcare activities and education programs.
To liaise with other groups having similar aims and interests.
To encourage the sharing and dissemination of information to achieve better conservation outcomes for our wetlands.

Read more about their excellent work and get involved at their website
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