Project Numbat commits further $8,000 towards Williams Community Numbat

Project Numbat is vamping up its fundraising to reach $46,000 for the creation of a large fibreglass Numbat to feature in the future Williams Lions Playground! 

We have committed an additional $8,000 which now totals $14,700 towards the 'Williams Community Numbat'. Some of the funds have been raised by attending local events in Williams such as the markets.

We have also approached local businesses in Williams and Narrogin for donations too. What we are really excited about is our upcoming quiz night later this year in Williams. Many local businesses have already advised of their generosity to provide gifts, hampers and vouchers for prizes and auction items.

When we do reach our goal and have the Numbat feature installed we want the Williams community to say ‘I helped fund the large Numbat in our playground’ and all Western Australians to say ‘I know what a Numbat is’, because as we know, it is our State mammal emblem after all. 

If you live in the Williams area then please consider attending or donating to support this local project. If you live further away then you can still join us, and even stay overnight at Dryandra Woodland where you may be able to spot a Numbat in the wild.