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Unwin Green Street

Linking Wolli Creek Regional Park and Waterworth Park is Unwin St, Earlwood. WCPS has an exciting new concept for enhancing the link. It needs support from local residents, Canterbury-Bankstown Council, State Govt and the general public. To see the concept … Continue reading

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Annual Dinner – Thursday 20 October – Bardwell Valley Golf Club

Bookings are now open for the 33nd Annual Dinner to be held at the Bardwell Valley Golf Club, 2A Hillcrest Ave, Bardwell Park.  From 6:30pm enjoy some drinks and dips at sunset overlooking Bardwell Valley followed by dinner and guest speakers.  … Continue reading

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Complete the Park!

We’re opening (yet another) campaign to have the Wolli Creek Regional Park completed after decades of delays. There’s an Open Letter you can sign here and for background you’ll find a copy of the letter here with links to further … Continue reading

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Sydney Water trashes Wolli bushland

On June 8 a WCPS volunteer Bushcare team was horrified to find that  bushland at the Bexley North end of the Wolli Creek Valley had been cleared by a Sydney Water contractor. Many native trees and shrubs have been cut … Continue reading

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OCU put on hold

There has been a dramatic development in relation to Sydney Water’s Proposed Odour Control Unit in the Wolli Creek Valley. After a frequently extended consultation period and further review, Sydney Water had narrowed the choice down to three options (see … Continue reading

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March 2022 Bat Watch Picnic postponed to 2023

Unfortunately, while we had hopes of organising a bat watch picnic this year during Australian Bat Month, we have made the decision to postpone it to March 2023.  If you would like to volunteer to help with activities and other … Continue reading

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WCPS Nov. AGM guest speaker

was Dr Joanna Haddock. Joanna spoke about her PhD research work which looked at the effects of various types of artificial lighting on various types of micro-bats. Joanna also gave us a great introduction to micro-bats, including which species have … Continue reading

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OCU Petition tops 5,000; now closing

We reached our 5,000th signature on Sunday 14/11.21. The petition will be taken down this week as we are about to enter a new phase of the OCU process. Our thanks go to all those who have signed to oppose … Continue reading

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OCU information for Residents

Sydney Water recently distributed a leaflet about the Odour Control Unit to some residents in the Unwin St area and along Bayview Avenue. WCPS found the information provided unsatisfactory and distributed a leaflet of its own. You can read both … Continue reading

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Watch this inspiring slide show of the Wolli Creek Valley

During these difficult times in Sydney with a Covid lockdown limiting our ability to go far from home, contact with nature is something that can help us get through the stress and isolation. So the Wolli Creek Regional Park has … Continue reading

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  • Bat night | Leonora Long said 7 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