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The community is invited to Nature Conservation’s free end-of-year get together to celebrate the conservation successes of 2023 – while members are also urged to attend the Annual General Meeting earlier in the day.

The not-for-profit conservation group will hold its AGM from 4.30pm at Nala Bardip Mia (Margaret River HEART) on Tuesday, November 14. It’ll wrap up by 5.30pm, when the doors will be thrown open to everyone in the community for a fun-filled get together, with refreshments and canapes until 7.30pm.

The evening will include a very special live music set from renowned local artists The Nomadics.

“If you’re a member of Nature Conservation, we’d love to see you at the AGM to lend your voice to the direction of our organisation over the next 12 months,” said general manager Drew McKenzie.

“For the get together afterwards, we’d like to invite everyone from the community who has helped us care for the Capes region in the past year, anyone who has a connection with our local environment, and anyone who wants to learn more or meet like-minded souls.

“Come along and join our board, staff, partners and volunteers for a celebration of some of the year’s conservation highlights. We’ll keep the formal proceedings brief and maximise the time to catch up and connect!”

The evening will include a keynote address from Professor Emerita and Nature Conservation board member Carmen Lawrence, a former WA Premier and Conservation Council of WA president. Mr McKenzie will also do a brief presentation summarising the year in 10 images.

This event is free but registrations are essential by following the links at