Dromana Boomerang Bags
The Dromana Boomerang Bag group meet on Wednesdays at the house located at fifteen Gibson street, from 12 noon to 3pm.
We have machines and overlockers to use and plenty of fabric to choose from
Reduce the single use of plastic bags
Rescue cotton materials from landfill
Connect and socialise with others
Support the Dromana Food Share Project
We are activley seeking volunteers to work with us at the House or at home.
The Bedigo Community Bank Southern Peninsula - Dromana Branch
Foundation Foods in Pier street
The Lions Opportunity Shop in Pier street
Boomerang Bags ‘communities’ are areas in which groups of volunteers get together to make bags regularly for the wider community to use. We are committed to the philosophy of Boomerang Bags
"Boomerang Bags is a grassroots, community-driven movement tackling plastic pollution at its source".
Volunteers from all walks of life get together to make re-useable ‘boomerang bags’ using recycled materials, as a means to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic bags.
The bags are given away to friends, family, colleagues, bagless strangers and so on, as a plastic bag alternative that can be used and reused, or passed on to others in need.
The bags create a platform to start conversations, make friends, up-cycled materials and work towards shifting society’s throw away mentality to a more sustainable revolution of re-use – one community, needle and thread at a time!
We launched at the Sorrento Community Centre on March 8th, 2017 with the hard work and dedication of the Sorrento hub, and supported by Rosebud and district hub as well as Balnarring, Red Hill, Somers and Westernport.
We are indebted to the local volunteers who want to make a difference .
The name was updated to clarify that this new "collective" is for all hubs on the Mornington Peninsula and also for others supporters to join as interested followers.
In 2018 the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council supported the project through a Community Grant to the Sorrento Community Centre to develop sustainable models for the hubs by seeking support through the Neighbourhood Houses and with the particular focus on establishing new hubs on the Peninsula with an educational focus.