Murray’s vibrant and natural beauty will be put on display along St Georges and Adelaide Terraces in Perth as part of this year’s Banners in the Terrace competition.
This year’s Shire of Murray entry was created by Murray Districts Historical Society’s Brenda Beacham, and hoped to highlight the Shire’s picturesque natural features and cultural pride.
“The banner is an ideal representation of our Shire and we are proud to submit it as our entry in the state-wide competition,” Shire of Murray president Maree Reid said.
The banner was selected by Murray councillors from a pool of entries received from community groups, individual artists and schools, and will be competing with other local government banners in the community group category.
“The competition offers a significant platform to promote our Shire to the wider Western Australian community and to showcase local talent,” Ms Reid said.
“The Shire of Murray prides itself on submitting a banner each year and looks forward to the communities support in 2018.”
All competition entries will be on display at St Georges and Adelaide Terraces in Perth from July 23 to August 5.
The competition runs alongside the 2017 WA Local Government Convention and Trade Exhibition, with winners being announced at the event.