Far South Future is a grassroots community alliance advocating sustainable development that is inclusive of the needs of residents, existing industries and the environment. We are tourism operators, local business owners, aquaculture employees and concerned local residents. We are not affiliated with any political party.
The Far South plays host to a number of community events throughout the year. Whether you’re a local or a curious interloper, we welcome you to join us for our regular or special events.
Far South Future supports projects that are in line with our vision for sustainable, inclusive development. Projects must enhance our strengths, engage transparently with the community, and have social license.
Far South Future advocates for sustainable development that is sensitive to the needs of residents, existing industries and the environment. We advocate for potential developers and elected leaders at all levels of government to be transparent and accountable, to engage meaningfully with the community and to genuinely seek community endorsement. We will continue to work to ensure that future projects bring real, long-term benefits to local people and the region for generations to come.
Festival of Small Halls
When: Thursday, 17 January 2019
Where: Southport Community Centre
Music lovers, mark this in your calendars for an evening of live music brought to you by the Southport Community Centre and Woodfordia.
When: 20 April 2019, 10am – 3pm
Where: Dover Foreshore
Come and indulge in the region’s best seafood and other local produce, browse the stalls for handicrafts, and be entertained with live music and dance. The kids will be kept busy with a variety of free children’s activities.
When: 19 to 21 April 2019
Where: Port Esperance Sailing Club
In 2019, the Port Esperance Sailing Club will be celebrating 160 years of regattas in Port Esperance and the d’Entrecasteaux Channel. During Easter 2019 the club will host three days of sailing, rowing and celebration and would love you to join this special event.