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The Grey community is a close-knit, family-oriented recreational community.

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The Grey Conservation and Community Association is a member-based organisation which represents the shack-owners, and aims to promote and preserve the community.

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Aerial Photography happening on 28 – 29 July 2016

The Department of Parks and Wildlife wish to inform the Grey and Wedge shack associations and all shack occupiers of planned aerial photography at Wedge and Grey, to be carried out this Thurs/Fri on 28-29 July 2016.  The purpose of the photography is to inform DPaWs planning process and to give a snapshot of the shack settlements at

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Public Notice: “Destruction of our Beach and Fishing Heritage”

The shack associations of Wedge and Grey and the local Yued Traditional Owners represented by the Shaw family custodians (whose ancestors since the early 1800s used traditional cultural ways producing significant coastal heritage sites), wish to respond to Recommendation 6 of the Report (removal of shacks at Wedge and Grey) tabled in Parliament on Thursday

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INDIAN OCEAN DRIVE (Lancelin to Cervantes)

INDIAN OCEAN DRIVE (Lancelin to Cervantes) OPEN to traffic from 5pm SUNDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER 2010 Print and Download Announcement After many years of planning and more than two years of construction, the Lancelin-Cervantes Stage 2 Project Team is proud to announce that the much anticipated Lancelin to Cervantes section of Indian Ocean Drive will be

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Grey Community Newsletter May 2010

EDITORIAL For years, committee members have spent Association funds on professional advice, legal issues, political issues, heritage listings, and on preparation for and meetings with various organisations too numerous to mention. We expect to have considerable expense achieving listing with the State Heritage body in the near future. In addition, funds are spent on tip

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Hello Grey !

We are currently re-building our web site so please and keep checking back. Follow us on Face-book and or Twitter, also subscribe to our Press announcements. Can you help? We are looking for stories about the Grey community and or photos taken of Grey. Do you know any history of your shack, the settlement or

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Visit to Shacks at Grey

Visit to Grey by Al Jansen In April my relatively new friends Christine and Darren “turned left”, as they put it, from their home in Perth and kept on going, but not before they’d spent a couple of months living in a “shack” at a community called Grey which is just south of Cervantes (where

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Nambung National Park

NAMBUNG NATIONAL PARK “Discovering  Nambung National Park” by Carolyn Thomson, Keith Hockey and David Rose. CALM1997 Nyoongars collective name for a number of tribal groups.  Nambung area was the Whadjug and Yued tribes.  1658 first known European recording of the Nambung are when North & South Hummocks appeared on Dutch maps. The Frederick Smith river

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Explorer George Grey

“Shark Bay Through Four Centuries 1616 to 2000. A World Heritage Area” by Hugh Edwards 1999 Scott Four Colour Print , Perth WA Chapter 7 gives much information about Explorer George Grey Grey was a dashing young Englishman a lieutenant in Her Majesty’s 83rd Regiment of foot. Born in 1813 he was only 24 years

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Gilt Dragon Marooned Vergulde Draeck

“MAROONED” The wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the abandonment and escape from the southland of Abraham Leeman in 1658 by JAMES A . HENDERSON St George Books Perth WA 1982 For many years/centuries the coast of Western Australia (Nieuw Holland) was an unwanted dangerous lee shore to be shunned by sailing ships. However in

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Election 2008

WA State Election 6th September 2008 Impact on the Future of Wedge & Grey Your vote next Saturday could influence our future at Wedge and Grey. Potentially, there are 10,000 votes associated with Wedge and 3,500 with Grey. Read the information below, inform your network of family and friends who have an interest in Wedge/Grey

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Grey Community Newsletter December 2007

The Christmas Season Has begun and with it an increase in activity at Grey. This newsletter contains excellent and timely information concerning fire and bush safety. Plus a report on the fabulous work that Peter Sheppard has planned, sourced and executed on rehabilitating the southern dune. If you can access the web, check out the

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Grey Community Newsletter March 2007

Monument It is proposed to erect a monument to those who have had their ashes spread at sea around Grey. There is little more that can show the deep love of a place than requesting your ashes be spread in the area. There have been several of our community leave this way and we believe

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