Kalbarri RoadWise Committee Launches Midwest Passport

Posted on: Thursday, 22 March 2018 at 12:00:00 AM

Kalbarri RoadWise Committee Launches Midwest Passport

The Kalbarri RoadWise Committee launched their major road safety project, the Midwest Passport at the Shire of Northampton Council meeting this month. 

The 48-page booklet was funded through a grant from the Government of Western Australia's Road Safety Community Grants Program and supported by the Shire of Northampton. 

Highlighting many local attractions, the Midwest Passport encourages visitors to stop, rest, revive and enjoy the local sights before they continue their drive.  

There are contributions from most local towns, along with handy road safety tips and important information for motorists. Road safety themed artwork created by students from Kalbarri District High School can also be found throughout the booklet. 

"Passports" will soon be distributed to all major towns in the Mid West region. Passport holders will then have an opportunity to collect their passport stamps at designated towns. 

It has been an exciting, collaborative project, the result of which will soon be available to thousands of visitors to the Mid West region.

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Pictured above: The Mideest Passport was launched by the Kalbarri RoadWise Committee this month. 

To find out more about local road safety initiatives in the Mid West region, email Road Safety Advisor Samantha Adams sadams@walga.asn.au  or call 0419 953 583. Visit the Road Safety Commission's website at www.rsc.wa.gov.au to find out more about the Government of Western Australia Road Safety Community Grants Program

 

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