Present Day

Bluebird Replica has a new home.

July 2016 Over the past 18 months the Shire of Dumbleyung and community members have been strived towards to development of a shelter for the Bluebird replica, which will form part of the attraction when visiting Dumbleyung. The Bluebird replica was built in 2014 by Mark Motzouris of Statewide Boating, Jurian Bay, and was a huge undertaking […]

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Bluebird Replica arrives in Dumbleyung

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Celebrate with Us.

Come and remember Donald Campbell and the Bluebird. Celebrate the amazing achievement of the the World Land Speed and World Water Speed records broken by Donald Campbell in 1964. Something for everyone with a gala dinner, unveiling of the replica full scale Bluebird, two bands for music , food, exhibitions and fun for all ages.   Event Information […]

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Celebrate New Year with Us

We’d love to see you in Dumbleyung at the end of the year!

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Bluebird Fundraising Update

Our replica build commencement is just around the corner! Dumbleyung Events Committtee (DEC) have decided to help raise funds for the Bluebird replica build. There has been a fundraising letter sent out to community members. You can see and read the full letter here. It is with great excitement that we congratulate DEC and thank those […]

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The Moment of Truth

PEOPLE came from far and wide to meet atop Pussycat Hill on the northern side of Lake Dumbleyung on New Year’s Eve to witness the ‘active’ memorial tributing Donald Campbell’s success of achieving the World Water Speed Record in 1964. 
Designer and builder of the memorial, John ‘Jack’ Fewson, travelled from Perth for the day […]

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Bluebird Replica and Interpretive Centre project moves forward

The Dumbleyung Bluebird Interpretive Centre project is moving forward with new and enthusiastic committee members appointed to the committee at last week’s Dumbleyung Shire Council meeting. The council agreed to three nominations to sit on the committee, appointing  new committee members are Rod Frost,  Chris Bairstow and Marion Haselby, who replace retiring committee members Don […]

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