Community Education

Artist inspires a region to change

Maurice Rosbotham is a local sculptor and the artist who created RAC’s Elephant in the Wheatbelt sculpture.

Stirling Men’s Shed does ‘eggcellent’ work

Our Community Education team talks to thousands of students every year about road safety. They use visual, factual and interactive learning activities to help teach students to become responsible road users.

#ItsMyElephant kicks off

The Elephant in the Wheatbelt has generated much discussion in the past year; now we’re hoping it can help generate ideas and solutions.

Today RAC launched the next stage of its five year campaign – #ItsMyElephant – encouraging the community to change the Wheatbelt’s unacceptable road safety record.

Community Education team delivers another great year

RAC’s Community Education team had a busy 2015. From the Kimberley right through to Esperance in the south, we travelled to 13 regions across WA to talk about road safety. More than 56,000 Western Australians took part in interactive lessons, including primary and secondary school students, community groups and participants in the juvenile justice program.

By |January 12th, 2016|Community|0 Comments
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    RAC walking survey first step in making big strides for pedestrians

RAC walking survey first step in making big strides for pedestrians

Whether we’re walking to the local shops or to the nearby bus stop, walking is a great way to make physical activity part of our daily routine, which is good for our health and wellbeing.  And the best part, it’s free so it helps to reduce our travel and gym costs!

By |December 16th, 2015|Community, Transport|0 Comments