Win tickets to Midnight Oil concert

COMMUNITY members have one more opportunity to contribute to Glenorchy City Council’s Safer Communities Consultation and gain the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Midnight Oil on 1 November 2017 at the Derwent Entertainment Centre.

Anyone who lives, works, studies, creates, volunteers, shops, visits, plays or does business in the City of Glenorchy is eligible to become involved in the community conversation that is asking the question: “What does a safe community look like?”

The purpose behind this question is to set the direction for the development of the new Glenorchy City Council Safer Community Strategy.

To go in the draw to win a pair of tickets to the Midnight Oil concert, simply take a photo of yourself, your family or your friends that includes a written sign stating what a safer community looks like.

Email the photo to Glenorchy City Council’s Safer Communities officer Lisa Rudd at

Entries close 8 September 2017.

Please note that by submitting photo entries you are providing permission for the images to be used by Glenorchy City Council for the purpose of use in publications, promotions, social media and websites.

For further information, contact Lisa on phone 6216 6800.

Caption: The Rotary Club of Glenorchy joins the safer community conversation.

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