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Welcome to the Yarralumla Residents Association. Within this site we’ve aimed to answer all your queries on this heritage suburb. As many are aware, issues often quickly arise so one of our aims is to advise all interested of these as they appear. Our newsletter includes these details and more. Join today to be put on our mailing list. You can contact us here.

Yarralumla makes up a vibrant part of Canberra’s history, and will no doubt be so for years to come. Thanks for taking the time to visit, if you have any comments/suggestions please jot them down and we’ll be in touch. If you’d like to have more of a say, you can easily become a part of Yarralumla Residents.

Yarralumla Residents News:
YRA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2016 7:30pm
Yarralumla Primary School Hall, Loftus Street, Yarralumla

Please bring a plate of finger food to share and a bottle of two of your favourite beverage for a social gathering of members following the formal procedures.

 

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The Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC) holds community forums from time to time

We will advise all members via email of forthcoming ISCCC events and include notices in our newsletters when we have enough notice of forthcoming events.

The Yarralumla Residents Association automatically has two positions on the Committee of the ISCCC, which is a forum for debate and policy formulation of matters affecting the wider Inner South Canberra community. Further details on the ISCCC are available at http://www.isccc.org.au/

Friends of Grassland (FOG) hold regular work parties at Stirling Park

FOG holds work parties throughout the year (usually on a Sunday morning but more recently on weekdays as well).  Past work parties have been well attended and have carried out a huge amount of clearing of the woody weeds (especially cotoneaster and firethorn). It is recommended to wear solid footwear, sun protection and bring drinking water. There is always morning tea with time to share some thoughts.

Please register your interest with Jamie Pittock:  Jamie.pittock@fog.org.au