Welcome to the Whyalla Road Safety Centre

Our Aim at Whyalla Road Safety Centre is to ensure that as many children as possible are educated on the road rules, the correct use of bicycles and riding techniques.

These skills will take the child through life when the transition from bike riding to driving a vehicle takes place.

Lessons

Parties

The latest from our Facebook page

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HEY WHYALLA! 🚸
Please share this post. 🧡💚💛

We're asking another favour!

Financial sponsorship goes along way to helping us keep our centre open!

We are seeking sponsorship from businesses in our community who would like to:
🔸Increase their online exposure
🔸Help our volunteer run organisation

Your business can become an 'Online Sponsor'!!
We’ll display your logo and link to your website or Facebook page on our website for only $50 a year!

We're open to other sponsorship partnerships too, please reach out to us through Facebook Messenger or email us at info@whyallaroadsafetycentre.com.au to find out more.
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HEY WHYALLA! 🚸
Please share this post. 🧡💚💛

Were asking another favour!

Financial sponsorship goes along way to helping us keep our centre open!

We are seeking sponsorship from businesses in our community who would like to:
 🔸Increase their online exposure
 🔸Help our volunteer run organisation

Your business can become an Online Sponsor!!
We’ll display your logo and link to your website or Facebook page on our website for only $50 a year!

Were open to other sponsorship partnerships too, please reach out to us through Facebook Messenger or email us at info@whyallaroadsafetycentre.com.au to find out more.
2 weeks ago
Whyalla Road Safety Centre Inc.

HEY WHYALLA! 🚸
Please share this post. 🧡💚💛

To keep our centre running smoothly, we would love to have more volunteers on board to help us operate!

Our current volunteers are under the pump and even only 2 or 3 volunteers would make the world of difference, however, we would be happy to take even more on board!

Many hands make light work, and together we want to continue to deliver a great experience for the people of our town 🙂

If you think you could spare some time to:
🔸Use your handyman skills,
🔸Get your green thumb on in the garden or
🔸Open and close the centre for parties
We'd love to hear from you!

There's plenty more ways you can contribute too!

Reach out to us through Facebook Messenger or email us at info@whyallaroadsafetycentre.com.au to find out more.
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HEY WHYALLA! 🚸
Please share this post. 🧡💚💛

To keep our centre running smoothly, we would love to have more volunteers on board to help us operate!

Our current volunteers are under the pump and even only 2 or 3 volunteers would make the world of difference, however, we would be happy to take even more on board!

Many hands make light work, and together we want to continue to deliver a great experience for the people of our town :)

If you think you could spare some time to:
🔸Use your handyman skills,
🔸Get your green thumb on in the garden or
🔸Open and close the centre for parties
Wed love to hear from you!

Theres plenty more ways you can contribute too!

Reach out to us through Facebook Messenger or email us at info@whyallaroadsafetycentre.com.au to find out more.

Hi Adelaide friends! We are doing a show at fringe this year and currently tickets are ON SALE for $5 off! It's a huge mission to get even a small cast of kids from Whyalla to Adelaide for a week to do a show, and the best way to support us and make sure we can do it again is to buy tickets and see what we have created!
If you can't make it to the show, please help us out and tag your adelaide friends below and share 💕

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/the-totally-unofficial-and-classified-guide-to-surviving-the-impo...
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Please share: We are looking at leasing a shop in Whyalla. If anyone can support us, we would be so grateful 🙏 We are hoping 🤞🏻 to provide OPEN EMPLOYMENT to PWD.
Email or inbox our page.
Cheers, Why Day Disability Services.
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m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=686939726810248&id=100064826804289The team at The Bike Shed at Blackwood are excited about the Santos Tour Down Under coming through our streets.

They have lots of bikes that are destined for scrap but before they go, if you’d like one to decorate your front fence/ facade if you live along the route then you can pick one up on Monday Morning.

You can then bring it back after the two races and they’ll then send it to scrap.

If you want to paint it then bright colours are obviously encouraged. 🚲

The TDU will be heading along Belair Rd from Unley, up around Windy Point, along Main Rd Blackwood and down through Coromandel on the 14th and 21st of January in the morning.
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https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=686939726810248&id=100064826804289

Well deserved David and his crew.Why Day Services from Whyalla was recognised at this year’s Australian Disability Service Awards for being a finalist for the Best Regional, Rural or Remote Service/Program.

Why Day Services managing director David Agius said he was nervous at the ceremony, but also proud of his team.

“On the night they made a special mention of the town of Whyalla and our cuttlefish,” he said.

Read more here: whyallanewsonline.com.au/news/2023/11/29/special-awards-for-special-service/
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Well deserved David and his crew.

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