Anti-violence campaigner Rosie Batty to visit Broome

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Rosie Batty will visit Broome next week.
Camera IconRosie Batty will visit Broome next week. Credit: The West Australian, Simon Santi The West Australian

Anti-violence campaigner Rosie Batty will visit Broome and the Dampier Peninsula next week as part of a whirlwind three day Kimberley trip.

The former Australian of the Year and high profile advocate for victims of domestic violence will guest speak during a special poolside fundraiser at the Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa next Thursday from 6-8pm.

Tickets cost $50 each which includes canapes and drinks.

The event has been organised to raise vital funds for the Dampier Peninsula Safe House located in Djarindjin.

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The safe house provides short-term secure accommodation and support services for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence.

Batty will also drop in at local schools before visiting the Dampier Peninsula.

For more information on Rosie Batty and the Luke Batty Foundation, visit www.lukebattyfoundation.org.au.

To purchase tickets, visit www.stickytickets.com.au and search Rosie Batty.

For further information call 0408 722 168 or 0429 477 144.

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