Meet the inspirational young Indigenous people making a difference in Bunbury

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Ailish DelaneyBunbury Herald
Artist Tahlia Bennell shares her culture through her work and is one of the inspiring young people spotlighted in this week’s South Western Times.
Camera IconArtist Tahlia Bennell shares her culture through her work and is one of the inspiring young people spotlighted in this week’s South Western Times. Credit: Ailish Delaney / South Western Times/Ailish Delaney

Our pocket of perfection in the South West is known across the country for the world-class food, drinks and tourist attractions on offer, but the talent in the region goes beyond what first meets the eye.

Bunbury is filled with young inspirational people striving to make a difference and using their passion to push for change and helping to cultivate a vibrant city.

This week’s South Western Times is shining a spotlight on the achievements and goals of some of the young Indigenous leaders who are making waves in the community.

From artists sharing their culture and healthcare workers to the next generation of leaders in schools and sporting coaches, these are the bright young minds taking action and leaving their mark.

Hear their stories, be inspired by their drive, and keep an eye on their futures.

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