News and events
There are many events and activities happening throughout Western Australia. Attending events or doing an activity you enjoy is a great way to look after your mental health and wellbeing.
Check out upcoming events listed below or visit:
- Do something near you for a list of activities and events in your local community. You can search by suburb and postcode.
- Act Belong Commit for a list of events, clubs and organisations throughout Western Australia.
- My Community Diary provides a list of community events that you can search for under your local council area throughout Western Australia.
- Western Australian Association for Mental Health (WAAMH) events page provides a list of upcoming events, training courses, workshops, forums, community events, seminars and conferences.
Cecil Andrews College October Mental Health Month
The Principal of Cecil Andrews College showcasing how to use the Think Mental Health Check Up tool during their mental health week activities.
South West Mental Health Week Community Education Sessions
The South West are holding a number of Community Education Sessions for Mental Health Week find out more.
Bunbury 2018 Mental Health Week Schedule of events
Find out what events are being held in Bunbury during Mental Health Week.
Healthy Minds Healthy Life
WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) are pleased are facilitating a community health expo in Geraldton to provide a greater understanding of mental health, alcohol and other drugs, family violence and suicide prevention services within the Geraldton region.
The Great South West Bed Race
The Great South West Bed Race is something unique: it is an entertaining spectacle of fancy dress and elite athleticism rolled into 2.3 kilometres of competitive bed-racing
Wheatbelt Charity Masquerade Ball
Support the Wheatbelt community's Charity Masquerade Ball to raise money and awareness for Suicide prevention within the Wheatbelt.
This Christmas look after the mental health and wellbeing of yourself and others
Christmas is a time we connect with family and friends. However, for some Christmas can also be a stressful time of year.
This New Year, look after your mental health and wellbeing by setting realistic goals.
Happy New Year! A new year, a new you.. To find out how to be kind to yourself and realistic with New Year resolutions.