Biodiversity & Vegetation Posts

Bird Viewing Platform and Adventure Playground, Blayney

It would be hard to imagine a park more exciting for children than the Heritage Park Adventure Playground in Blayney. Built next to the Heritage Park Wetlands it’s not hard for a child’s imagination to soar when nature is so close by. On the serious playing front, there is a climbing gym, swings, flying fox, […]

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Tussock Tamer Project, Upper Lachlan Shire

Serrated Tussock is Public Enemy¬† Number 1 in the Upper Lachlan Shire. Mayor John Shaw is delighted that the Jerrawa Creek Landcare Group has recently won a Federal Government grant to reinvigorate the community’s war against serrated tussock. John was one of some 120 locals at a public meeting in Gunning last year which declared […]

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Lachlan Shire “City to Soil”

Lachlan Shire Council has been working with the Wiradjuri Condobolin Corporation and a range of other organisations¬†in a “City to Soil’ campaign to promote the idea that what we do in urban areas has importance for the wider environment, and it is this wider environment which then sustains urban life – hence “City to Soil”. […]

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