Monthly Archives: March 2015

Amazing Wolli exhibition at Tempe House open days: April 11 and 12

The Wolli Creek Preservation Society will be present in the St Magdelene Chapel, Brodie Spark Drive, Wolli Creek, at the Discovery Point Heritage weekend on April 11/12 (10am -4pm each day).   The Chapel is a very short walk from … Continue reading

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‘Bats and Plants’ afternoon walk on Saturday 11th April – from Girrahween Park to Turrella Reserve -NOW BOOKED OUT

Join us for a guided walk from Girrahween Park to Turrella Reserve on Saturday 11th April. The focus will be on the Grey-headed Flying-foxes that roost in a camp by Wolli creek at Turrella, and some of the plants that … Continue reading

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Save Wolli Creek bushland – protest rally Sat 14 March

  The western gateway to the Wolli Creek bushland could be destroyed by WestConnex. So join us this Saturday 14 March at 3:30pm (sharp) and add your voice to the protest. It’s only for half an hour but it could … Continue reading

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Walk the Valley on Sunday 22nd March – the full (4.5 km) Valley walk from Bexley North to Undercliffe

  This is a leisurely guided walk down the Wolli Valley with  historical and environmental commentary, starting at 8.45 am at Bexley North, and finishing around 1.30 pm at ‘The Bluff’ at Undercliffe. The Wolli Valley is easily accessible by … Continue reading

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Sunday 15th March – visit threatened Wolli bushland. Join us on a walk from Bardwell Park to Bexley North

On Sunday 15th March, come and walk with us along this short, (1.6 km) section of the TVT (Two Valley Trail) route in the Wolli Valley.   Come along and see important bushland threatened by WestConnex. Find out more about … Continue reading

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  • Bat night | Leonora Long said 4 years ago: [...] is also bat day. The Wolli Creek Preservation Society counts grey-headed flying foxes in the Wolli Creek Valley once a month. In May the kids ... » Bat counting