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Friendly Faces Helping Hands

Community Charity Organisation originating from Narrabri

Kate Schwager 0 993
  1. We Link rural communities to the major hospitals, Health facilities, and resources within Cities. 
  2. We help assist country people to source information to make a trying, traumatic time easier. 
  3. We give the power of information to help in a difficult time, to get control of some of the situation. 
  4. We base this on experience.

Narrabri Parkrun

Community Organisation

Kate Schwager 0 0
What is Narrabri parkrun?
It is a 5km run - it's you against the clock.
When is it?
Every Saturday at 8:00am.
Where is it?
The event takes place at Narrabri West Lake, Walowa St, Narrabri NSW 2390. See Course page for more details.
What does it cost to join in?
Nothing - it's free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don't forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won't get a time.

Nosh Narrabri

Community Event

Kate Schwager 0 754
Our aim is to showcase products produced by local growers, food creators and beverage makers. By doing this we will be able to promote sustainable food production practices, gather our community together to celebrate the creativity and talent of others, and inspire people to support local.

Shared Table Community Kitchen

Community

Kate Schwager 0 961

Shared Table provides free hot sit-down meals and emergency relief food parcels to those in need in our Narrabri community.  To do this we buy pallets of food & would like to buy one pallet per week.  If you would like to help - why not sponsor a food pallet.  Each pallet costs $500.  To sponsor a pallet click on the Donate button on our website.

Wee Waa Show Society

Business Directory 0 766
Wee Waa Show Society


As early as 1912 the community of Wee Waa evolved so did their desire to display and share their expertise and the productive capabilities of their area, hence the Wee Waa Show movement was initiated in 1913. 

Although good intent and support for a local show were in abundance, the circumstances of war and depression delayed the inaugural Wee Waa Show until 1927.  

The show is held in the month of May every year.  The committee and members are all volunteers and without their help and the consistent donations from the sponsors the show would not go ahead every year.