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16. April 2015 01:57  /  swanvalleyrealtyblog Comments (6)


ANZAC DAY DAWN SERVICE is being hosted by Ellenbrook RSL. It will be held at the Woodlake Ampitheatre at 5:45am. Behind Woodlake Community Centre {Lakeside} Highpoint Blvd, Ellenbrook

19. November 2014 17:34  /  swanvalleyrealtyblog Comments (0)


The Eye is an Ellenbrook Youth Exhibition. The opening event is being held at The Gallery, 34 Main St, Ellenbrook. This FREE event will have Breakdancing, DJ sets, Live Urban Art, Rapping, Food and Your Movies! Looks like a great community event for Ellenbrook’s Youth.

24. October 2014 23:20  /  swanvalleyrealtyblog Comments (1)


An Ellenbrook woman received a death threat in her letter box from a neighbour claiming they would ‘take matters into their own hands’ if her dogs did not stop their continuous barking. The neighbour was caught on camera delivering the note which threatened to kill the dogs if they didn’t stop barking.

The contents of the note was reported to Ellenbrook police. The woman caught on camera was then cautioned by police. The note writer claims the dog owner had taken no notice of written warnings from the City of Swan. The dog owner has stated she did not receive the warnings and that her dogs are good dogs.

City procedures for neighbours to deal with dog complaints can be lengthy. An information pack is provided to the complainant, who can then tick boxes to describe the time and length of the nuisance, after which a letter is sent to the dog owner. If the problem persists, complainants can maintain a logbook, which the City can use to act. The RSPCA encouraged owners to seek training courses if their dog’s barking had become an issue.

Source; Ellenbrook Advocate Sept 24th 2014

22. October 2014 22:55  /  swanvalleyrealtyblog Comments (0)


Zuhal Kuvan-Mills is the artist, designer and earth ambassador for Green Embassy, Australia’s first internationally recognised organic fashion label. Zuhal loves working with her herd of Alpacas and buys locally organically produced merino wool and organic silk from silk worms in the Swan Valley. She combines these textiles with her organically grown alpaca wool which she spins on site at her home in the Swan Valley.

Local Aveley girl and eco-model for Green Embassy Madi Carroll is off to Paris to strut her stuff for seven days this month on the catwalks. Madi, a year 10 student at Swan Valley Anglican Community School views the opportunity as a once in a life time chance to achieve her dream to be a model.

For more information about Green Embassy and organic designs from WA go to www.ate-lierzuhal.com

Source; Article and photo courtesy of Ellenbrrok Advocate September 24, 2014