Back to Beachmere Weekend


It all takes place at Clayton Park from 15 to 17 May this year as we celebrate Beachmere's Sesquicentenary (150th year!).

Mark the date in your calendars for this exciting weekend of festivities - Gala Opening, a History of Beachmere Book Launch, Street Parade and Festival with a Bush Dance, High Tea and lots of fabulous beach activities for the littlies.  

Simone Wilson, State Member for Pumicestone encourages everyone to get involved in what will be a truly wonderful way to mark Beachmere's 150th birthday.

"Beachmere is a wonderful community with a rich history and plenty to celebrate", Simone said.

“Everyone's welcome to join in what will be a terrific weekend to mark Beachmere's milestone".

"The message is, get Back to Beachmere or come and visit it for the first time, it is sure to be fun for all", Simone added. 

On behalf of the entire Pumicestone community, Simone presented a cheque to Beachmere Area Network (BANG) President, Karen Harris, which will be used to ensure the events over the celebration are inclusive for residents and visitors alike.

Join in the spirit of what is Beachmere this May.  For more information on the Beachmere Sesquicentenary Celebrations or the Back to Beachmere weekend contact BANG on 0456 818 017 or email info@bang.org.au.

It all takes place at Clayton Park from 15 to 17 May this year as we celebrate Beachmere's Sesquicentenary (150th year!).

Mark the date in your calendars for this exciting weekend of festivities - Gala Opening, a History of Beachmere Book Launch, Street Parade and Festival with a Bush Dance, High Tea and lots of fabulous beach activities for the littlies.  

Simone Wilson, State Member for Pumicestone encourages everyone to get involved in what will be a truly wonderful way to mark Beachmere's 150th birthday.

"Beachmere is a wonderful community with a rich history and plenty to celebrate", Simone said.

“Everyone's welcome to join in what will be a terrific weekend to mark Beachmere's milestone".

"The message is, get Back to Beachmere or come and visit it for the first time, it is sure to be fun for all", Simone added. 

On behalf of the entire Pumicestone community, Simone presented a cheque to Beachmere Area Network (BANG) President, Karen Harris, which will be used to ensure the events over the celebration are inclusive for residents and visitors alike.

Join in the spirit of what is Beachmere this May.  For more information on the Beachmere Sesquicentenary Celebrations or the Back to Beachmere weekend contact BANG on 0456 818 017 or email info@bang.org.au.

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