March 2017
Community development grants
If you’re waiting for an opportunity to get your big idea off the ground, then it’s time to get moving! New funding is now available for small groups of community members with big ideas. The city can help fund initiatives that create a sense of wellbeing and belonging like a neighbourhood BBQ or a street party in your local area. 

The following grants options are available to eligible applicants:
Rolling Grants
Up to $1000 available for groups of three or more community members or a community organisation to assist with small projects and events within Subiaco. Applications are open all year round.

Community Development Grants
Up to $5000 available for not-for profit community organisations to assist in delivering innovative community events or initiatives. Applications close on Friday 31 March.
Youth Achievement Grants
Up to $400 available to support young people living in Subiaco to participate in an event, competition or community project. Applications are open all year round. 
So what are you waiting for? Apply now.

Race Around Subi

Put a team together for Subi’s very own Amazing Race! Navigate your way around Subiaco on foot, taking on challenges at participating businesses, community organisations and local landmarks in a race to the finish line.

There's a free sausage sizzle for all participants and plenty of prizes up for grabs. 
Register online before Monday 27 March to be in the race. 

Race Around Subi will be held on Saturday 1 April from 9am to 1pm.

Our heritage. 
Our future.

Subiaco's rich heritage is part of what shapes the city's character and identity. The many historic objects and places across the city help to make Subiaco unique.

What does heritage mean to you? Have your say on the city's Heritage Strategic Plan and help guide the way our heritage is managed, promoted and celebrated. 

Complete the survey online before 24 March at Have Your Say Subiaco.

Bike to Work breakfast

Ride all or part of the way to school, university or work and enjoy a free breakfast at Subiaco Square to celebrate Bike Week. 

Friday 24 March | FREE


Kaya Subiaco picnic

Join Yirra Yaakin for a family picnic at Theatre Gardens to launch the city's Aboriginal cultural program Kaya Subiaco. BYO your own picnic and enjoy live entertainment and Kangaroo stew. 

Friday 31 March | FREE

Subiaco street party 

It's back! The Subiaco street party returns this April with a jam-packed day of live entertainment, pop up stalls, kids activities and street bars. Celebrate Subiaco with five hours of non-stop fun. 

Saturday 8 April | Free  

The making of an ANZAC documentary 

Subiaco Library's lunchtime talk and film screening looks at the making of the documentary As You Wave Me Goodbye produced by community choir Voiceworks Ensemble.

Friday 28 April | FREE

Subiaco was built on a Sunday

With a surge of people coming to Western Australia in the early 1900s, a shortage of accommodation left many living in tents until permanent accomodation could be secured. Subiaco company Whittaker Brothers identified a need for cheap, easy to build houses and developed prefabricated kit homes, allowing land owners to build without commissioning builders. 
Land owners began building these simple worker's cottages as time permitted. Most often, men worked Monday through Saturday and took time on Sunday to build the timber kit homes, leading to a popular saying that Subiaco was built on a Sunday.

If this piece of our heritage or others are important to you, have your say on the city's Strategic Heritage Plan. Image supplied by Subiaco Museum.
Swan Lake
Regal Theatre
1 April
Stones in his Pockets
Subiaco Arts Centre
21 to 22 April
School of Rock
42 Jersey St, Jolimont
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