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Success for South West in parks awards

South Western Times
Manjimup shire president Paul Omodei, community services director Gail Ipsen Cutts, project manager Jessica Winters and chief executive Andrew Campbell are all smiles about the Heritage Park's most recent award.
Camera IconManjimup shire president Paul Omodei, community services director Gail Ipsen Cutts, project manager Jessica Winters and chief executive Andrew Campbell are all smiles about the Heritage Park's most recent award. Credit: Tari Jeffers/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

Collie has made a name for itself in the Parks and Leisure Australia WA Awards of Excellence after receiving a commendation in the Strategic Planning Award category.

Success for the South West continued with the City of Busselton winning the Best Regional Industry Contribution Award and Manjimup Heritage Park was named Park of the Year for its transformation.

The awards aim to recognise outstanding initiatives and innovative efforts across the categories.

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