Eaton Foreshore comes to life with animal activities

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BARRC dog coordinator Sally Dixon, Dardanup shire ranger Kayli Plank and Kim Grant, from Roo Rescue.
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The Shire of Dardanup is calling on stall holders for an upcoming event with creatures small, tall, pawed and clawed.

Animals of all kinds will bring the Eaton Foreshore to life next month for a day of free family activities when the council hosts its annual Walk on the Wild Side event.

With something for everyone, the South West community is invited get up close and personal at the animal-themed event and take a “Walk on the Wild Side”.

Animal-related businesses and charities are encouraged to apply for stall holder positions through the Shire’s website.

The free event is being held on April 18 at the Eaton Foreshore.

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