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The Volunteer Experience

The Volunteer Experience

KBR VOLUNTEERS- Straight from the Horse’s mouth!! In 2017 we asked the KBR volunteers a few questions to get to know them better! We wanted to know why they volunteer, what they do, what they love about KBR and some of their best memories… Here are a few quotes… “Knowing that the work I do…

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How Bush Races was started

How Bush Races was started

The year was 1995, country towns were in a depressed state and there were many businesses closing down throughout the wheatbelt. It was either let the decline continue or take a chance on the outcome and attempt to change our destiny. The Kulin Shire convened a community forum facilitated by the one and only Peter…

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The lake, the rock, the land

The lake, the rock, the land

Make your way along the tin horse highway to the majestic Bush Races site set alongside Jilakin Lake & Rock. The breathtaking views from atop Jilakin Rock of the lake and surrounds are not to be missed as part of your wheatbelt adventure.

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The people behind the event

The people behind the event

The proud history of the Bush Races is only possible because of the tireless efforts of the community, volunteers and committee members who year in year out, get their hands dirty and all pitch in to ensure the event can take place. With over 200 volunteers every year and a Committee who works year round…

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