Monthly Archives: September 2012

Annual Dinner – book now for the Society’s 25th Annual Dinner coming up very soon on Friday 19th October

ABC Science Broadcaster Bernie Hobbs and transport planner Dr Michelle Zeibots will give us the latest on the current challenges and breakthroughs in sustainable transport, including the proposed M5E extension that threatens the Western Gateway of Wolli Creek Regional Park … Continue reading

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Indulgence Walk Sunday 7 October

Indulgence walk, with option to start with a light lunch. Experience our wonderful bushland in its full spring colours. Starting from Earlwood Bardwell RSL, walk through to the western gateway and return by train from Bexley North.  Contact info@wollicreek.org.au or … Continue reading

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Bush Tucker Walk 1 October

Walk from Bexley North to Turrella Reserve with Les McLeod and Ben Khan of NPWS. Free to members. This event has been booked out.

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Annual Dinner – book now for the Society’s 25th Annual Dinner coming up very soon on Friday 19th October

ABC Science Broadcaster Bernie Hobbs and transport planner Dr Michelle Zeibots will give us the latest on the current challenges and breakthroughs in sustainable transport, including the proposed M5E extension that threatens the Western Gateway of Wolli Creek Regional Park … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Walk 16 Sep

Come and join us in the second Reconciliation walk on Sunday 16 September – to show you care for this country and celebrate spring the bushland at the same time. Details here – http://www.facebook.com/CooksRiverValleyAssociation

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September: Spring into Wolli events during Biodiversity Month. Five great events coming up very soon.

  Starting with a Wildflower Walk (8th) and Wonderful Wolli Picnic (9th) this weekend, we are again this September, in Biodiversity Month organising some events which we hope will encourage people to shake off the winter cold and come on … Continue reading

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