Author Archives: Tim
Help stop the “New M5”! Make your voice heard! Make a submission by Friday 31 July 2015, 5pm. Continue reading
The Sydney Fungal Studies Group will be collecting again in Wolli Creek on 9 May. The fungi foray will commence promptly at 10am from the picnic tables at Girrahween Park. Email email@example.com to book your place or for more information.
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
Public meeting Wednesday 25 Feb 2015 7:30 – 9:00pm Will houses go? How many new emission stacks? What’s the latest plan? What alternatives are there? Where do local candidates stand? Senior Citizens Hall, cnr Homer St and Hartill-Law Ave, Earlwood. Admission free. … Continue reading
Help save the Wolli bush, before it’s too late. Watch this video: And contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org www.wollicreek.org.au http://twitter.com/wollipossum Mob: 0431 914 553
Guest speaker at the Wolli Creek Preservation Society annual dinner on Friday 17 October will be bird expert and scientist Richard Major from the Australian Museum, who will talk about the charismatic and vulnerable white-fronted chat, a bird of saltmarsh areas, … Continue reading
Read the September update featuring photos and stories “inspired by Wolli”.
Discover the hidden treasures of the Wolli Creek Valley during national biodiversity month – September 2011 Kayak Wolli Creek Saturday 3 September, 10am to 2pm (bookings essential) Walk Wolli’s Wildflower Wonders Sunday 4 September, 9am – 11am (bookings essential) … Continue reading
Peter Stevens, the treasurer of the Wolli Creek Preservation Society, has won the 2011 Westpac Community Treasurers Award in the small organisations category. We honour Peter’s tremendous contribution to the work of the Society and congratulate him on this well … Continue reading
Congratulations to the Cooks River Valley Association/Mudcrabs, winners of the Urban Landcare award at the 2011 Sydney Metropolitan Catchment Management Authority Regional Awards. See this video made as part of the award process.
March 22, 2015
‘Bats and Plants’ afternoon walk on Saturday 11th April – from Girrahween Park to Turrella Reserve -NOW BOOKED OUT