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Why won’t Robbie shave his beard off yet?

19th June 2013

UPDATE 8 JULY: Robbie has raised over $5,000 already! Thanks so much Robbie and everyone who donated, we really appreciate your contributions. After a few refreshments on Saturday night, 15th June, I decided that my beloved beard will come off, however, not until I’ve raised $5,000 for a respected charity. My chosen charity is Rocky Bay, an organisation that provides services to people with disability, such as my two good …

Gosnells guest house officially open!

6th June 2013

Rocky Bay’s new guest house in Gosnells was officially opened by Disability Services Minister, Helen Morton MLC on Wednesday 5th June.

The purpose-built, five bedroom house offers short stays to people with disability, providing quality in-house service and around the clock care while their primary carers take a break to rest and recharge.

Explore our new website!

20th May 2013

Explore our new website! You’ll already have noticed that we’ve made big changes to the Rocky Bay website.  We hope you like the new design and functionality.  It has been done with you in mind. Some key features of the website you might like are: Videos and personal stories – hope, inspiration and good news abound Life stage tool – select the life stage you are at and see the Rocky …

Volunteers Natalie and Chloe make a real impact

20th May 2013

May 13-19 was National Volunteer Week and we are immensely grateful to all our volunteers who allow us to do so much more to give our clients, members and residents a better quality of life. Natalie and her dog Chloe are Rocky Bay’s regular volunteers who were nominated for WA Youth Volunteer of the Year Award.  Watch this video about Natalie and Chloe visiting Rocky Bay every week and the …

Standing up for comedy

12th May 2013

Hayden Stevens lives with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and has found a way to entertain audiences as well as himself.  For Rocky Bay's two major fundraising events, AHG Golf Day and Royal Fremantle Golf Day, both raising over $175,000, Hayden generously donated his time to give audiences a chance to be entertained while also having an insight into life in a wheelchair with physical restrictions.

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