WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - HOTLINKS
 
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - WINNERS
 
  The WAM Song Of The Year 2003 Presentation Ceremony went off with a bang at Fremantle’s Fly By Night Club on Thursday April 10.

1250 entries and 75 shortlisted nominees later, WAM is proud to announce the winners of the 15 genre categories, as well as the inaugural Grand Prize winner of WAM Song Of The Year 2003, Andrew Horabin.

 Winners each received $1,000 (Children & Youth winners received $500) and a day’s recording time at a top Perth studio.  The Grand Prize winner received the opportunity to have a promotional single recorded, pressed and released among other select opportunities.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS……

Grand Prize
WAM Song Of The Year 2003:
Georgie Boy    Andrew Horabin    (Leederville)

Individual Category Winners
Country:

Asbestos Fibro     ADM Powell     (Perth)

Easy Listening Pop/ R'n'B:
Back 2 those Timez    Chanelle    (Noranda)

Electronic/Hip Hop:
Boy X Girl Y    Johnson/ Vernie    (Brentwood)

Hard Rock/ Metal/ Punk:
Reprisal    Simon Pilkington/ Aaron Smith    (Dianella)

Indi Pop/ Rock:
Andy Warhol    Little Birdy    (Yokine)

Jazz/ Funk:
That Hurt    Myles Wright    (Mosman Park)

Roots:
Sheba Lane    Lynn Hazelton    (Hamilton Hill)

Soundtrack/ Filmscore/ Experimental:
Green Lantern    Johannes Luebbers    (Mt Lawley)

World/ Multicultural:
Day Oh    Eloy Cardenas    (Broome)

Indigenous:
Raining On Djilba    George Walley    (Mandurah)

Children:
Something More    Wesley Fuller     (Southlake)

Youth:
On My Own    Ryan Blair/ Justin Flamer    (East Victoria Park)

Love:
Walking Over Sea    Sam & Ben Dunn    (Fremantle)

Political:
Georgie Boy    Andrew Horabin    (Leederville)

Songs For Kids:
Pirlpirltji    L Hazelton/ A Ovi/ S Stanford    (Hamilton Hill/ Kimberley)

WAM gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the State Government of Western Australia through ArtsWA.
 
   
 
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - NOMINEES
 
  With a record number of entries judges had a tougher time than ever before narrowing down highly competitive categories over the most diverse range of genres ever.
But of course there has to be winners. And anticipation is high for the Presentation Ceremony, where the announcement of not only the individual winners in each category will be announced but also the inaugural winner of the much touted Grand Prize – WAM Song Of The Year.

The Presentation Ceremony, a multimedia extravaganza, will go off with a bang at Fremantle’s Fly By Night Club on Thursday April 10 from 7pm. Tickets are available from Mills Records, or simply get them from WAM directly by calling us at 9227 7962/ 1800 007 962 (regional callers) or drop us an email at wam@wam.asn.au .

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE NOMINEES.

Country:
"Asbestos Fibro" ADM Powell (Perth)
"Beautiful" Katy Steele (Yokine)
"Like A Fire" A Ewing/ B Ewing/ C Chase (West Perth)
"Pale Moon" Pete Stone (Fremantle)
"Song For Kid" Kate Kelly (Fremantle)

Easy Listening Pop/ R'n'B:

"Back 2 those Timez" Chanelle (Noranda)
"I Don't Walk Alone" Paul Black (Leederville)
"Makes It No Better" Looweeze de'Ath (Maylands)
"Song For Adam" Johnson/ Vernie (Brentwood)
"When You're Gone" P Larosa (Currambine)

Electronic/Hip Hop:
"Boy X Girl Y" Johnson/ Vernie (Brentwood)
"Darko" L McCuish (Wanneroo)
"If The Truth Be Known" Jodie Tes (Melville)
"The Stitch" Matt Roesner (Harvey)
"We Need It Now" Fashion Prancer (Fremantle)

Hard Rock/ Metal/ Punk:
"Babe" Iain MacLeod/ Danny Jeater (Fremantle)
"Buy Me A Pony" Tony Pilt (Kenwick)
"Heritage Softail Original" Macano (Bayswater)
"Jumbo Mighty Ego" El Horizonte (Shelley)
"Reprisal" Simon Pilkington/ Aaron Smith (Dianella)

Indi Pop/ Rock:
"Andy Warhol" Little Birdy (Yokine)
"Babe" Iain MacLeod & Danny Jeater (Fremantle)
"Birds On The Bridge" D Crosbie (Dianella)
"Caught Me" Halogen (Northbridge)
"Demons" Paul Wood (Carine)

Jazz/ Funk:
"Brown" Jodie Tes (Melville)
"Eye For An Eye" Seahorse Radio (South Perth)
"Her Song" Nina Laitala (East Perth)
"Run and Jump" Myles Wright (Mosman Park)
"That Hurt" Myles Wright (Mosman Park)

Roots:
"Castlehall" Tane Currenn (Midland)
"Cloud St" Paul White (Floreat)
"Go With The Flow" Jeff Bruce (Myalup)
"Rum" Tim Dawes (Yearling)
"Sheba Lane" Lynn Hazelton (Hamilton Hill)

Soundtrack/ Filmscore/ Experimental:
"Black Current" Adam Ismail (Scarborough)
"Green Lantern" Johannes Luebbers (Mt Lawley)
"Movement Safari Leon Anon (Bayswater)
"Theme From Fingers" K Ikin (Greenwood)
"Uberdisschwasschlung" found:quantity of sheep (Noranda)

World/ Multicultural:
"Day Oh" Eloy Cardenas (Broome)
"Guitarra" Tim Andrew (South Lake)
"It All Started In Africa" Sonny Morgan (Victoria Park)
"The Dance" Janice Spoonheim (Atwell)
"Wundayo" Lynn Hazelton (Hamilton Hill)

Indigenous:
"Into the Night" G.Williams/T.Garvie (Bassendean)
"Jenang Man" George Walley (Mandurah)
"Natives Of The Land And Sea" Marsha Ware (Broome)
"Raining On Djilba" George Walley (Mandurah)
"Y" Billie Court (Nedlands)

Children:
"Allegro" Kevin Penkin (Dianella)
"Gina's Song" Kathy Sheilds/ Asha Cluer/ Emma Pisher/ Mia Spencer (Claremont)
"Life Is Like A Flowing River" M Kaye (Wembley Downs)
"Something More" Wesley Fullern (Southlake)
"The Stars From Above" Zoe Baines (Mt Lawley)

Youth:
"Adjective" Paige Trantham (Australind)
"Bounce!" Namesless MC's (Tom Price)
"Flight of Freedom" Nic Owen (Palmyra)
"Lady Simon" Okely (Hillarys)
"On My Own" Ryan Blair/ Justin Flamer (East Victoria Park)

Love:
"Back in the Daze" Fernandes/Fulton (Leederville)
"Don't Regret Love" Forrestal/ Miller/ Kealley/ O'Donoghue/ Rouse (Padbury)
"Hopes & Fears" Halogen/ Hewitt/ Parkin (Northbridge)
"Relapse" Little Birdy (Yokine)
"Walking Over Sea" Sam & Ben Dunn (Fremantle)

Political:
"Freedom Protector" Freak Radicals (Bayswater)
"Georgie Boy" Andrew Horabin (West Perth)
"Makes It No Better" Looweeze de'Ath (Maylands)
"Red Faced Man" Sarah Newman (Hillarys)
"The Race Card" Fascist Fair Go Party (Subiaco)

Songs For Kids:
"Bubbles In The Bath" Wayne Austin/ George Bouzidis (Scarborough)
"Ibu Ayu" Arshi Tope (White Gum Valley)
"Kangaroo Hop" Wesley B Snowball (Maylands)
"Pirlpirltji" L Hazelton/ A Ovi/ S Stanford (Kimberley area)
"Ring Around The Moon" B Stephenson (Woodlands)

WAM gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the State Government of Western Australia through ArtsWA.
 
   
 
 
 

The WAM Song Of The Year (formerly the WA Song Contest) is entering a new phase in 2003.

From humble beginnings in 1989, the contest has grown to become WA’s, and one of Australia’s, premier songwriting contests. Boasting a total of over $30,000 in cash and prizes, a bunch of new categories and a fresh outlook, 2003 looks to be the biggest and best yet.

Past winners include:
Lash - then known as Exteria (‘Youth’ - 1996)
Beaverloop ('Pop' - 1997)
Cartman (‘Pop’ & ‘Acoustic’ - 1998)
Ivan Zar (‘Blues’ - 2000)
Halogen (special theme category ‘Love’ - 2001)

The categories for the WAM Song Of The Year 2003 are : Country, Easy Listening Pop/ R'n'b, Electronic/ Hip-Hop, HArd Rock/ Metal/ Punk, Indi Pop/ Rock, Jazz/ Funk, Roots - Blues/ Folk/ Acoustic, Soundtrack/ Film Score/ Experimental, World/ Multi-cultural, Indegenous, Children, Youth, Love, Political, Songs for Kids and finally the prestigious WAM Song Of The Year.

Cartman"... the Song Contest money went straight into new equipment. It was extremely handy at the time... the award itself helped raise our profile. It was one of the major reasons the song "Drive" was picked up by JJJ, and was the start of national exposure and acceptance ..." - Joe Hawkins (Cartman)


Lash "... when we all look back now the members of Exteria were truly given a step up in the early days of a young musical career. By winning the competition our band was given free recording sessions at Gerico studios, which was our first ever professional recording together - to us we were the Beatles and we were recording at Abbey Road Studios ..." - Belinda Lee (Lash)

 
 
 
 
WAM MEMBERSHIP
 
 

:: MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS ::
Become a WAM Member and be the first to get info and merchandise for all that’s happening in WA music.
WAM’s membership packages come in all shapes and sizes, and are especially great value for all those entering WAM Song Of The Year in 2003. Here is a run-down of our 3 main packages - choose the one that is best for you!

Individual Membership - $40
+ Mailing list for emails and newsletters
+ Voting rights
+ Kiss My WAMi Season Pass
+ Kiss My WAMi CD
+ 3 entries for the price of one in WAM Song Of The Year (formerly WA Song Contest)
+ 20% discount on music equipment insurance w/ Marsh Pty Ltd
+ $5 discount on Australasian Music Industry Directory
+ Discounted services with related industry service providers and other benefits offered from time to time

Band Membership - $80
(Includes merchandise & special offers for up to 4 band members, $10 for each extra member)
+ Mailing List for emails and newsletters
+ Voting rights (Entire band counted as 1 vote)
+ 1 Kiss My WAMi Season Pass per band member
+ 1 Kiss My WAMi CD per band member
+ 3 entries for the price of one in WAM Song Of The Year (formerly WA Song Contest) for up to 4 band members as well as those paying additional $10
+ 20% discount on music equipment insurance w/ Marsh Pty Ltd
+ $5 discount on Australasian Music Industry Directory
+ Discounted services with related industry service providers and other benefits offered from time to time

Icing on the Cake Membership - $150

(Individual Membership)
+ Mailing List for emails and newsletters
+ Voting rights
+ 2 Kiss My WAMi Industry Dinner Tickets
+ Kiss My WAMi Season Double Pass
+ Kiss My WAMi CD
+ 3 entries for the price of one in WAM Song Of The Year
+ Newsletter Infotorial / Advertising Space to the value of $150.00
+ 20% discount on music equipment insurance w/ Marsh Pty Ltd
+ $5 discount on Australasian Music Industry Directory
+ Discounted services with related industry service providers.

You can join WAM by completing the membership section on your WAM Song Of The Year entry form.

 
   
 
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - CATEGORIES & PRIZES
Country
Award presented by
The West Australian & Music Today
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Revolver
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Boyup Brook Music Festival, City Muster.


Revolver has recorded many country artists over the years, from the Magnificent Seven to The Sleepy Jackson. The studio has also had an association with the Boyup Brook Country Music Club for over a decade, recording their award winners.
Easy Listening Pop/ R’n’B
Award presented by The West Australian & Music Today
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Witzend
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Denmark Music Festival, City Of Perth.






Witzend Recording Studio has both 25 years experience and professional quality equipment. Modern digital or good old analog, it’s a great place to record.
Electronic/ Hip Hop
Award presented by RTRFM
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free production by Gavin Tempany Sound Engineering Services
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Delirium, Cooker Promotions.

 

 

Gavin offers many sound related services, from studio recording, mixing, producing and mastering to live sound for bands and theatre sound design.

Hard Rock/ Metal/ Punk
Award presented by Pressure I.T.
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Survival Studio
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Supersonic Enterprises, SLAM.

 

Survival Studio’s sound engineer and producer, Adam Keane, puts his best refl ection into everything he records and is dedicated to artist development. The studio features the Yamaha O2R Digital Mixing Console.

Indi Pop/ Rock
Award presented by APRA
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording by James Hewgill Music
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Sunset Events, Supersonic Enterprises.

 

James Hewgill - Producer, Concert Sound Engineer, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer, Composition/Arranging, Post Production. James Hewgill Music is offi cial sponsor for all WAM Song Of The Year 2003 CD Mastering.

Jazz/ Funk
Award presented by X-Press Magazine
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Loop
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Delirium, Cooker Promotions, Perth Jazz Society.









Jazz it up in our huge live room with a Hammond Organ and Leslie Cabinet or inject some funk with a Fender Rhodes. Record direct to analogue then complete your musical vision with the amazing editing capabilities of ProTools HD192.

Roots - Blues/ Folk/ Acoustic
Award presented by Papercut media
[ design \ photography \ web \ cdrom \ video ]
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Abmusic Studios
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Bridgetown Blues Festival, Denmark Music Festival, Fairbridge Music Festival, Perth Blues Club.









Abmusic is an Aboriginal community based organisation that provides support and promotion to Indigenous artists throughout Western Australia. Phil Bailey is recording engineer at Abmusic’s state of the art Studios.
Soundtrack/ Film Score/ Experimental
Award presented by Brainestorm
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Bergerk!
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Luna Outdoor, Totally Huge New Music Festival.








Bergerk! Studios - recordings for artists on the cutting edge of music.
World/ Multicultural
Award presented by Kulcha
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Groovehead
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Perth International Arts Festival, Quarry World Music Festival, Nannup Music Festival.






Groovehead musician’s resource centre has an acoustically designed Digital recording studio featuring a full ProTools suite.
LIMITED ENTRY CATEGORIES
Indigenous
Award presented by The West Australian
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Gibsonic Sun Studios
On behalf of the winner, WAM will approach the following events and organisations in order to secure potential Performance Opportunities - Komba Kedala, Nindji Nindji Festival, Goolarri Media, Christmas Rock, Mundjah Festival.






For a sound job, Andrew Gibson, with his vast experience, will do his best to get you sounding your best.
Children (aged 12 and under)
Award presented by ArtsWA
Prize
  • $500 Cash
  • 1 day free production by Ben Chase Productions
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Fairbridge Music Festival.






Ben Chase Productions - Creative music production, arranging/cowriting, programming, recording and remixing of bands and individual artists. www.blaam.com
In addition, WAM and The Youth Arts Network WA will provide networking and information support to the winner of the Children’s category.
Youth (aged 13-17)
Award Presented by Westlink Multimedia/ MGM
Prize
  • $500 Cash
  • 1 day free recording by Blackbird Sound Studio
On behalf of the winner WAM will approach the following to potentially secure Performance Opportunities - Fairbridge Music Festival, HQ, Area COC Youth Festival.






Take your production to the next level with producer Dave Parkin. Facilities include 128 track fully automated studio, excellent range of solid state and valve gear and the convenience of digital editing.
In addition, WAM and The Youth Arts Network WA will provide networking and information support to the winner of the Youth category.
SPECIAL THEME CATEGORIES
Love
Award presented by The West Australian
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Satellite






Capture the magic of live performance in an acoustically purpose built recording facility on the world’s leading hard disc recording system - ProTools.
Political
Award presented by The West Australian
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Rhythm Records





Eddie’s return to Perth was sparked by the desire to record and produce talented local bands and artists. He now devotes his time to it through the newly established Rhythm Production Company.
Songs For Kids
Award presented by ArtsWA
Prize
  • $1,000 Cash
  • 1 day free recording at Bonzai








Bands, artists: work with awarded engineer & producer Tom Thorpe using the latest ProTools HD system. Need music arrangements etc.? - no problemo!
GRAND PRIZE - WAM SONG OF THE YEAR (Judged from the first prize winners in each category)
Award presented by The West Australian

In addition to the $1000 cash & free recording time already won, the WAM Song Of The Year winner will receive more than $5,000 worth of prizes featuring...
  • Pressing of 1,000 Promotional CD singles with barcode - thanks to Westlink Multimedia/ MGM (value: $2000)
  • CD Artwork designed by Papercut media (value: $600)
  • A Gold Delegate Pass to Australian Music Week and a Delegate Bag insert (value: $1,200)
  • 2 additional day’s recording time at Studio Couch (value: $900)
  • CD mastering by James Hewgill Music (value :$200)
  • Free consultations with WAM and Westlink Multimedia/MGM (value: $200)

Shaun O’Callaghan - winner of ‘Best Sound Recording Engineer’ and ‘Best Record Producer’ in the 2002 Kiss My WAMi Awards.
In Addition...
Each category winner will be included on the WAM Song Of The Year 2003 Compilation CD (mastered by James Hewgill Music) and will receive airplay on RTRFM!
There is also the opportunity to be published by Festival Mushroom Records and to receive airplay on Triple J!
Song Evaluations
Like to have your song professionally evaluated? The WAM Song Of The Year offers written professional evaluations to all entrants. Evaluations are cheap at $10 each, the fourth and subsequent song evaluations are free! Sign up on the entry form.
 
ASA Bonus Prize
The Australian Songwriters Association is offering a free 12 month membership to the winner of each category of the WAM Song Of The Year 2003, valued at $66. If the winner is already a member, then their membership will be extended for the full 12 month period.
 
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - JUDGES GUIDELINES
  Voting: Each song is to be given a vote between 0 and 4 with '0' being a song you don't believe deserves to be considered and '4' being a song you believe strongly deserves to be considered. Once all songs have been listened to votes are to be tallied & divided by the number of judges scoring (see Conflict Of Interest below), with a combination of the top scoring songs and all songs receiving at least one '4' from any judge to make an original shortlist. Further shortlists of 10 and then 5 are then to be reached via voting and discussion (keep this documented on attached sheets). Finally, please order the panel's top 5, with the first being the category winner.

Discussion & Debate:
As you're listening no doubt discussion will be entered into about individual songs, particularly when deciding on the final shortlists. This is an important and natural part of the process. As all judges are encouraged to have an equal say, please don't be afraid to speak your mind, and conversely, try not to dominate opinion on your panel.

Conflict Of Interest:
Naturally none of you should have entered this category. However, along the way you may come across a song you recognise as belonging to an artist you have some sort of association with (either favourable or otherwise). It is important that this is declared immediately to your co-judges, and should it be deemed a conflict of interest, you may be required to leave the room and not score on that song.

Production Quality:
As WAM Song Of the Year is a song contest (and not a recording one) it is important to listen beyond any fancy production qualities a song may have and focus on the song itself. We have gone to great lengths to assure artists of this and it's your task to guarantee it's the case. Remember that professional recording time is the prize!

Listening Time:
Judging of this sort is a long process, however it is important that each entry is given a fair go. Songs do not have to be listened to in their entirety, but they should be 'searched' through to enable judges to get a more overall impression of the artist's vision. Lyric sheets and song times should prove useful to this end.

Qualities To Look Out For:
As a general rule you will come to your own conclusions of what makes the grade according to your category. Originality through music, melody and lyrics (where applicable) are the only artistic guidelines WAM request you to adhere to.
 
 
 
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR 2003 - OFFICIAL RULES & CONDITIONS
 

WAM Song Of The Year is open to all residents of Western Australia. The song must be the original work of the entrant.

Song Categories include:
Genre Categories: Country; Easy Listening/ Pop/ R’n’B; Electronic/ Hip Hop; Hard Rock/ Metal/ Punk; Indi Pop/ Rock; Jazz/ Funk; Roots; Soundtrack/ Film Score/ Experimental; World/ Multicultural. Special Theme Categories: Love; Political; Songs for Kids. Restricted Entry Categories: Indigenous (open only to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander songwriters), Youth (aged 13 to 17) and Children (aged 12 and under). Instrumental music may be entered into all categories. If more than one song is being entered, the same entry form may be used. The same song may be entered into more than one category but a separate entry fee, lyric sheet (where appropriate) and recording must be provided.

To enter, send the following to:
WAM SONG OF THE YEAR: PO BOX 171, NORTHBRIDGE, 6865
A. COMPLETED ENTRY FORM. The entry form may be photocopied. Up to ten entries can be recorded on the same entry form. Be sure to indicate the category that you wish to enter the song into. By signing the form the entrant agrees to accept the terms and conditions of the contest.
B. ONE CD / AUDIO CASSETTE RECORDING PER SONG PER ENTRY. Please include song title, contact name, email address and telephone number on each cassette/CD. Where entries are sung, they may be in any language. C. SONG LYRICS. If there are lyrics in your song, you must provide the words to each song entered, typed or printed legibly in English (songs sung in languages other than English must have an English translation). No responsibility will be taken for illegible entries. Please include song title and contact name.
D. ENTRY FEE (PER ENTRY) non-refundable Adult Entries: $30 each for the first three entries, $20 each for the fourth and subsequent entries. Youth entries: $15 each for the first three entries, $10 each for the fourth and subsequent entries. Children’s entries: $10 each for the first three entries and $5 each for the fourth and subsequent entries. WAM Members get first three entries for the price of one, the fourth and subsequent entries are $20 each (Associate Members excluded). Cheques or money orders should be made payable to the ‘West Australian Music Industry Association Inc.’.

The closing date for entries is 5.00pm, Friday March 14, 2003 (entries postmarked March 14 2003 will be accepted). Under no circumstances will late entries be accepted. WAM holds no responsibility for entries that are late, lost, misdirected, or mailed with insufficient postage. Nor is it responsible in any way for entries that are stolen or misappropriated. Five songs will be nominated for each category. The nominees will be notified by Thursday 27th March 2003.

Recordings and lyrics will not be returned but may be collected by the entrant from the WAM office between 14th April and 14th May 2003. Thereafter, all recordings will be destroyed. WAM takes no responsibility for material not collected within this period.

All copyrights remain the property of the songwriter. No contestant may infringe upon existing copyrights and in signing the entry form the contestant agrees that the West Australian Music Industry Association Inc (WAM) is not held responsible for any such infringement which may occur, and will indemnify WAM against any legal action which may arise as a result of such breaches of copyright.

Winners will be announced at the presentation ceremony on Thursday April 10, 2003 at The Fly By Night Club - 1 Holdsworth St, Fremantle. Presentation Ceremony Entry Fee: $15 Adults, $10 concession & under 18’s. Children under 6 are free.

Cash prizes will be awarded at the Song Contest Presentation Ceremony. Recording Studio time will be available upon arrangement with WAM and each category studio sponsor (contact WAM for details). Performance opportunities are not guaranteed and are subject to availability and suitability. Arrangements to be made via WAM only.

ALL FURTHER ENQUIRIES RING WAM: (08) 9227 7962 or 1800 007 962 (WA regional callers only)