Outside Broadcasts and Community Events
Morawa NAIDOC 2023 “For our Elders”
Indigenous Youth Netball Carnival June 2023
Boyup Brook Country Music Festival 2023
Carnarvon Christmas Street Party
December 17th 2022
The main street of Carnarvon came alive at the annual Carnarvon Street Party with food stalls galore, giftware, entertainment and Santa, who made a very impressive entrance!
Carnarvon local, Matt Moncreif and best friend KT (from My Kitchen Rules) were there offering popcorn crocodile with fried locally sourced salt bush and finger lime cheescake. If you weren’t there you missed out on a dardy feed!
Geraldton Festival of Lights
November 5th 2022
We were dazzled with live performances from all over the world including Africa, Indonesia, India and so much more!
It was a beautiful night that showcased how diverse Geraldton is and all the talent on offer.
Carnarvon Candlelit Vigil for Cassius Turvey
November 2nd 2022
The community of Carnarvon came together at Gwoonwardu Mia to mourn the loss of Cassius Turvey who was described as a jovial and big-hearted young boy. Words from Michelle Turvey (Cassius’ Mum) were read aloud to the community
“I don’t want any more violence. I’m the only person who can get justice for my son. Stand alongside me, and I appreciate everyone, but I need to call out for calm. I am angry. Cassius’ friends and family are angry. But I don’t want any form of violence at any of these rallies in the name of my child,”
“Violence breeds violence. I want calm and peace.”
Carnarvon Children’s Week – Family Fun Day
October 22nd 2022
Children’s Week is an opportunity for the community to engage in a variety of free and affordable activities throughout Western Australia that facilitate, support and encourage children and their families to play, learn and grow together.
Morowa NAIDOC Ceremony
July 20th 2022
GRAMS partnered with Desert Blue, Radio Mama, Act Belong Commit, WA Police and the Shire of Morawa to deliver the 2022 Midwest NAIDOC event to celebrate the achievement, history, and rich culture of the First Nations people.
It was an awesome day out for families, students and all community members to enjoy many fun activities, including arts and crafts, interactive games, sausage sizzle, and dancing to country rock tunes by Red Ochre and Craig Pickett.
Over 250 children from ten schools across the Midwest and over 100 local community members came together to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! amplifying our collective voices to narrow the gap between aspiration and reality, good intent and outcome.
Emu Festival in Yalgoo
September 30th 2022
The festival kicked off with a free community breakfast, followed by emu egg carving, games, workshops, DJ, petting zoo and more.
Later in the day, festival goers dressed-up as emus’ race against each other in the hilarious emu races, while ‘Ninja Warriors’ pit themselves against outback elements in the ‘Ninja Warrior’ competition.