Wanneroo Business Association takes networking on the road

Harry, Holly and Natasha Trandos at the family's farm shop, which will be one of the tour stops. Picture: Martin Kennealey d489589
Harry, Holly and Natasha Trandos at the family's farm shop, which will be one of the tour stops. Picture: Martin Kennealey d489589

WANNEROO Business Association will hold its first ‘networking on the go’ event this month, touring a shipwreck, mango and vegetable farms, and marina.

WBA is holding the March 29 networking event in partnership with the City of Wanneroo to offer business people a range of experiences.

West Coast Bus Charters will pick up attendees from The Marina, Mindarie about 8.45am and take them to see the Alkimos shipwreck and Shorehaven foreshore, where people can learn about the wreck’s history on the City’s tourism app.

The tour will then go to Neerabup to meet Perth Mango Farm owner Brian Middleton and see the Trandos Hydroponic Growers produce shop and meet Harry Trandos.

The four experience will be back at The Marina, Mindarie where people will get a behind the scenes tour and the option of a brewery tour before lunch at the Indian Ocean Brewing Company.

Tickets cost $60 for members or $70 for non-members. Call Lauren Bell on 0458 968 888 or visit www.wanneroobusiness.com.

Mindarie marina.

Discover Wanneroo

The City of Wanneroo’s tourism website, Discover Wanneroo, can help visitors find events and attractions, things to do.

Mayor Tracey Roberts said the City was home to many family friendly attractions.

“I encourage people to visit the Discover Wanneroo website to find information about local attractions, dining options, activities, arts, and history, as well as itineraries for a wonderful local day out with family or friends,” she said.

“The website also provides a great opportunity for local businesses to promote their goods and services to people who are specifically looking for things to do in Wanneroo.”