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Information will be updated on our Facebook Page regularly in the lead up to Leavers week. Keep checking back to get regular updates and breaking news on what’s going to be happening this year at Leavers in Dunsborough and Rottnest Island.
Leavers WA is supported by a number of organisations, staff and volunteers, they will ALL have ID tags, and volunteer t-shirts. They are your best source of information at Leavers, and will tell you what’s on and best places to go.
Keep an eye out for the free to download Leavers WA 2017 App which has all the information you need for the week. More updates on Facebook and this website later in the year
Click on the links below for more information:
- What should I bring and leave behind for Leavers?
- Getting ready to go: Checklist
- What you need to know
- Whats happening in Dunsborough and Rottnest?
- Tips for Leavers
- House Rules
Please note the Department of Health has released the below:
Ross River Virus has now been detected within the south west. Environmental Health staff are again treating the area tomorrow but with the recent above average rainfall in the region and the amount of water lying around the District, mosquito control will be difficult this year. This is likely to result in higher than average numbers of mosquitoes and therefore a higher Ross River Virus and Barmah Forest Virus disease risk within the District.
Please protect yourself as follows:
- avoiding outdoor exposure particularly around dawn and dusk (and the first few hours after dark)
- wearing protective (long, loose-fitting, light coloured) clothing when outdoors
- applying a personal repellent containing 20% diethyl toluamide (DEET) or picaridin to exposed skin or clothing. The most effective and long-lasting formulations are lotions or gels. Natural or organic repellents may not be as effective as DEET or picaridin, or may need to be reapplied more frequently
- ensuring insect screens are installed and in good condition. The use of bed nets will offer further protection
- using mosquito nets or mosquito-proof tents when camping or sleeping outdoors
- ensuring infants and children are adequately protected against mosquito bites, preferably with suitable clothing, bed nets or other forms of insect screening.