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Chat with neighbours and enjoy a Sunday picnic
[ADVERT]If you live in the Kangaroo Point area and have a passion for your community and suburb, or you're just looking to meet new people while having a fun afternoon out, come along to the Kangaroo Point Neighbour Day Picnic on 30 March 2014.
Run by the Kangaroo Point Neighbourhood Watch, the Neighbour Day is being held to encourage local residents and friends to become involved in their community.
The best way to meet fellow residents and neighbours, learn about developments in the community, and to promote neighbourhood safety, is to get to know your neighbours and share knowledge.
The Kangaroo Point Neighbourhood Watch group has a strong focus on community involvement and community safety.
Captain Burke Park, Kangaroo Point
The Neighbour Day Picnic will be held from 11am to 2pm at Captain Burke Park, Kangaroo Point - eastern end near No 1 Holman Street and the Vietnamese Memorial.
All are encouraged to come along, meet your fellow neighbours and have an input into matters concerning our community.