Date(s) - 01/02/2021
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  We are following the State Government directions for a lockdown in light of a recent COVID-19 outbreak in Perth and this event will not take place.

Free Event – Bookings Essential!

Please join us for Dandjoo Gabi Wonga (meeting place of the waterways story), a community celebration of World Wetlands Day and the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the international Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. Our estuary and surrounding lakes are recognised as internationally important under the Convention due to their uniqueness, biological diversity and significance as overwintering grounds for migratory birds.

Celebrate World Wetlands Day 2021 in style with art, music, food and great company. Hear from and mingle with a fabulous range of people caring for and making a living from our wonderful wetlands.

Secure your place for the sundowner here: 

Download the flyer for the Dandjoo Gabi Wonga sundowner here


2021 WA Wetlands Management Conference

Anyone interested in our catchment’s waterways is also welcome to attend the upcoming WA Wetlands Management Conference, which is to be held in Mandurah this year on 1st and 2nd February. On Monday 1st February participants can join a cultural and science tour of the Lake Clifton Thrombolites and/ or a guided estuary boat tour and nature walk in Creery Wetlands. The conference day on 2nd February will feature talks and interactive workshops from scientists, community groups and government organisations working to understand and protect waterways.

Peel-Harvey Catchment Council has sponsored a limited number of places for residents from our catchment to attend the conference day on 2nd February for only $15, while the pre-conference tours are only an additional $10 each. Visit the conference webpage for more information and links to the online registration:

If you are planning on joining us from outside of Mandurah for the sundowner and conference, why not stay the night in Mandurah or event make a weekend out of it. Visit Mandurah website has a wealth of information on local accommodation options and things to do.  



We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present