Community Development

Share It - Blare It

Merredin community are you interested in some extra exposure for you event / business special / opportunity / etc.? The Shire of Merredin would like to try out an idea we've come up with called 'Share It - Blare It'.

The idea is you let us know about an event your community group has coming up or perhaps a special your business has on or maybe you have a position you'd like to advertise. You can either email it to us at, call us on 9041 1611 or message it to us via Facebook and we'll then share it on our Facebook page every Thursday!

There's no cost involved. Conditions do include: 

  • Only information for events, etc. within the Merredin Shire will be posted to the Shire’s Facebook page;
  • This excludes events / information requested to be shared by neighbouring Shires and the state / federal government; 
  • The type of information to be shared can be anything from upcoming events, general information, job vacancies, specials for business, etc; and 
  • Information that will not be shared includes content containing derogatory language, content deemed to be of a defamatory nature to another group or the Shire of Merredin and content deemed to be of a non-informative or misleading nature to the general public.

Got any questions? Drop us a comment below or call Miranda at the Shire on 9041 1611

community liaison officer

The Community Liaison Officer's role is to:

  • Build a strong community;
  • Recognise and conserve Merredin's history and heritage;
  • Promote and foster a healthy and active community;
  • Enhance Merredin's status as a Regional Centre; and
  • Encourage vibrant, diverse and sustainable economic growth.

Project Officer

Adim Hajat
Phone: (08) 9041 1611
Fax: (08) 9041 2379



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