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Harvey Community Disability Advocacy Network to hold free Harvey Accessible Highway Expo

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Sean Van Der WielenHarvey-Waroona Reporter
The Harvey Accessibility Highway Expo will be held at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre on Saturday.
Camera IconThe Harvey Accessibility Highway Expo will be held at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre on Saturday. Credit: RegionalHUB

A community expo is set to be held in Harvey this weekend promoting accessibility.

The Harvey Community Disability Advocacy Network will host the Harvey Accessible Highway Expo on Saturday at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre, where there will be plenty of options available for attendees.

Entertainment will be provided by The Platinum Project, Sofia Tomas & The Cast, alongside the Harvey Wallbangers.

For the kids, they will be plenty of free activities including the Harvey Barn Animal Farm, the popular Lions Train, sensory play and an accessible story time.

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Food trucks will be onsite during the day alongside the Community Disability Advocacy Network barbecue.

Guest speakers will attend Saturday’s event, covering topics from mental health to hearing, dementia, neurodiversity and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Disability service providers and other community groups including Advocacy WA, Inclusion Solutions, the Harvey Community Resource Centre and Anglicare WA will be present on the day.

The Harvey Community Disability Advocacy Network has put the expo together to educate community on disability accessibility and make the town a great place for people with disability and their families to live and work.

The expo runs from 10am to 3pm.

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