WA Governor Kim Beazley visits Bunbury

Stuart McGuckinSouth Western Times
Troy Bennell talks WA Governor Kim Beazley and Dolphin Discovery Centre Dolphin Discovery Centre chief executive David Kerr on a tour of the centre during his Bunbury visit.
Camera IconTroy Bennell talks WA Governor Kim Beazley and Dolphin Discovery Centre Dolphin Discovery Centre chief executive David Kerr on a tour of the centre during his Bunbury visit. Credit: Stuart McGuckin

WA Governor Kim Beazley was impressed by what he saw during a busy visit to Bunbury today.

Mr Beazley’s visit was part of the Governor’s Regional Visit Program which sees every State Governor endeavour to visit each region during their term.

He started his day by meeting staff and students at Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School to develop an understanding of its aims and various learning programs.

A tour of the Dolphin Discovery Centre was followed by lunch before he took in the Bunbury Waterfront Project.

A visit to the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre and the Bunbury Farmer’s market completed his formal tour of the city.

Mr Beazley will travel to Greenbushes tomorrow after a visit to the Noongar Boodjar Language Cultural Aboriginal Corporation.

Kerry Sanderson was the most recent serving WA Governor to visit Bunbury in 2017.

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