Singing the community together

Nestled in the beautiful South West, the historic timber town of Nannup has been home to the Nannup Music Festival for more than 30 years.

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Women in costume at Nannup Music Festival.

The festival celebrates the best in new, emerging and indigenous music.

The festival celebrates the best in new, emerging and indigenous music.

The Nannup Music Club Inc. started the festival to encourage the community across a range of backgrounds and generations, to share music, dance, and craft as well as pass down folklore to others.

By playing, you’ve helped support the Nannup Music Festival with a $40,000 grants towards free activities including street performers, activities for kids and public facilities.

The annual event ran across the first weekend of March, and promoted inclusivity by encouraging all members of the community to experience the joy of music and the arts.

In the 2018-19 financial year, almost $282 million was given back to the WA community, making this already great state, greater.

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A$890,000

Towards flexible spaces within a multi-purpose centre in Toodyay to accommodate a broad range of community activities.

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A$9,500

Towards access costs for the Maylands Street Festival 2018 for the community to celebrate the local history of the area.

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Want to apply for a grant?

Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.

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