History of City South Association
1994 – City South Association was incorporated
2004 – City South provided vital support for the reopening of the Sturt Street Primary School.
2006 – City South hosted an IT Expo in the Sturt Street Christian Centre in May.
2006-2012 – City South hosted the Annual Whitmore Square Arts Fair events, attracting up to 1500 people.
2008 – The Association played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Walyo Yerta Community Garden
in the South Parklands.
2009 – City South produced a History Exhibition of images from the Precinct’s past (late 1800s, early 1900s)
at the South West Community Centre in April.
2009-2018 – City South produced the popular Whitmore Square Festive Lights installation
from November to March each year for 10 years.
2010-2011 – City South hosted a number of Business Breakfast networking events in various local eateries.
2013-2014 – City South produced the pop up Family Day events in Field Street in Dec 2013 and Jan 2014.
2014 – City South secured funding to have a sea-themed painted on the road surface of Field Street in June.
2014 – City South hosted the bee-themed Pollination event at the Market Shed on Holland in June.
2015 – City South hosted a free Movie Night in Whitmore Square in March.
2015 – City South produced its first Monthly Email Newsletter in August.
2015-16 – City South held three Beans & Sprouts Family Day events. Two of them at the Princess Elizabeth Playground in Sept 2015 and April 2016, and the last one at the Glover Playground in October 2016.
2015 – City South did its first Yarn Bombing of Whitmore and Hurtle Squares as part of the Christmas in the City program.
2017 – City South held another exhibition of their collection of Historic images of the Precinct
as part of History Month at the Pulteney Grammar School in May.
2018 – City South hosted its first Zig Zag City South event in 5 hospitality venues along King William St in July.