Re­gion’s finest

Broome Advertiser - - Happenings -

West Aus­tralians are be­ing en­cour­aged to share their out­doors snaps to so­cial me­dia as the weather warms up and more peo­ple head out­side.

The #Out­doorsOc­to­ber photo com­pe­ti­tion will run all month.

Win­ners will share in ad­ven­ture prizes such as a Nearer to Na­ture voucher, a sun­set yoga hike, a star trek march and a mini re­treat.

Out­doors Oc­to­ber is run to cel­e­brate WA’s nat­u­ral land­scape and re­mind peo­ple of the range of out­door ac­tiv­i­ties on of­fer.

Sport and Recre­ation Min­is­ter Mick Mur­ray said af­ter a long, cold win­ter, it was time to en­joy the out­doors.

“Western Aus­tralia’s nat­u­ral land­scape is in­cred­i­bly spe­cial, so if you’re not a reg­u­lar vis­i­tor to the out­doors, this is the time to get out and go for a walk, find a cy­cle path or take to the wa­ter,” he said.

“Be­ing out­doors is not only good for your phys­i­cal health but it’s great for your men­tal well­be­ing too, so why not try a new ac­tiv­ity or just grab some mates for a game in your lo­cal park?”

Events can be reg­is­tered on out door­soc­to­ber.com.au.

Coral Bay.

Tourists head down to Dales Gorge in Kar­i­jini Na­tional Park.

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