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Category Archives: Restoration
CLEAN UP THE CREEK DAY – SUNDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2013 9.00 am to noon approximately We’re holding our annual creek clean up day this coming Sunday, 10th November. The assembly point is Fiocchi Avenue footbridge. Work will be undertaken north … Continue reading
THE SCHEDULED WORKING BEE FOR THE NORTHERN GROUP ON THIS SUNDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Thanks and apologies to KCA friends who were intending to help.
The next working bee will be held on Sunday 8th September, 9 – 11 am. Meet at Fiocchi Bridge. This will be a general clean up day.
CENTRAL GROUP WORKING BEE Sunday 14th July – 9am – 11am Lots of help is required for a LAST CHANCE special effort with 500 plants to be planted north of Boonong Ave. Park as near as possible to the pumping … Continue reading
Special thanks to our hard working volunteers. Pictured, some of our very active and much appreciated southern team at work on Sunday July 7. What a great way to warm up, get some fresh air and exercise, meet your neighbours and … Continue reading
National Tree Day – Planting Day July 28 Event details for your diary: Sunday July 28 10.00am till 12 Noon Kananook Creek, corner of Gould St and Nepean Hwy. Free BBQ for participants! We’d love to see you there! Register … Continue reading
National Tree Day, Sunday 28th July – a special date for your diary KCA will be involved in National Tree Day on Sunday 28th July . Council and nursery volunteers will be assisting us in planting the Mile Bridge to … Continue reading
Working Bee – Sunday May 19th Time: 9 am – 11 am Place: Cnr of Overton Rd & Boonong Ave (north of the pumping station) Tasks: Removal of the last (hopefully) of the agapanthus and any other non-indigenous plants. ALL … Continue reading
The 24 hour period between 8.00 pm on Monday and the same time on Tuesday was a Red Letter Day for Kananook Creek. Please see the News Page for further details.
In 2012 Kananook Creek Association launched a visual campaign featuring five pieces of a jigsaw coming together to create Kananook Creek Corridor Regional Park. The five pieces comprised – Private Property, Water Frontages, Waterway, Town Centres, Public Nature Reserves, Management … Continue reading