Enough is Enough supports your rights as a victim of crime. We understand what you are going through and we can support you through it. We have partnered with the Department of Justice and Communities to provide you with the support that you need.
Contact our office on 9542 4029 to seek how our staff can help you
It is with a lot of sadness that unfortunately, Enough is Enough, under the directive of all authorities, have had to cancel our Harmony Day event.
Please be conscious of the small businesses who have generously been a part of our event. It’s in times like this that Enough is Enough would like everyone to remember to shop locally and support the small businesses that will suffer considerably due to COVID-19.
Enough is Enough and the partners of the event would like also to remind everyone of the intended aim of the event, which was to link diverse communities together. It is now more than ever that we need cross-communication and support.
A big thank you to all the support we have had from local businesses, food vendors, those who donated, performers and our volunteers for the day.
If you have any issues, please feel free to contact the office on 9542 4029
Enough is Enough is proud to invite you to our Harmony Day Food Truck Festival on 21 March 2020 located at Shelly Beach Cronulla. The event will be held from 12pm – 6pm and will include a range of delicious food trucks sure to please everyone’s taste buds. The Festival will also feature a showcase of local artists and performers as well as provide an opportunity to connect with local services providing support to the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) community.
We are also pleased to announce a raffle throughout the day, filled with amazing prizes to win! Our top prize has been generously donated by our friends Vuly Play, Australia’s most trusted manufacturer of outdoor play equipment and quality trampolines. One lucky entrant will win a brand new Ultra Medium Trampoline valued at $849 plus free delivery. The Ultra Medium Trampoline includes a comprehensive range of built-in safety features and is an awesome year-round source of family fun. Thank you to Vuly Play for your kind donation.
Enough is Enough would not be what it is today without
the ongoing support of our local community. Thank you to everyone for your
contribution, and we look forward to celebrating our wonderful community on
Enough is Enough is collaborating with St George and Sutherland Community College, Kurranulla, Plastic Free Cronulla, Gymea Community Aid and the Sutherland Shire Council to bring you a day filled with fun, food, entertainment and local services.
Nick and Ken started their relationship when Ken’s son Michael died in 1984, and it wasn’t a very pleasant start to their relationship……Listen to Ken talk about this interesting and complex relationship in the wake of Nick Cowdery’s new book ‘Frank and Fearless’.