Working in two groups, our band of happy volunteers managed to plant 150 shrubs and grasses along the WCWT. Hopefully we didn’t disturb the resident wombat from its slumber.
A small flock of White Headed Pigeons enjoying a feast of ripe olives in a Tambo Bluff grove. Their normal habitat ranges from Cooktown to southern NSW. There have been […]
A great photo and video by some of our members of the Dolphin Lagoon overflowing into Lake King. GREAT IMAGES For the second time in the past 3 months, Dolphin […]
With our ever shrinking natural environment and threats on several fronts to native flora and fauna, it is imperative to protect remnant parcels of land. On Tambo Bluff we are […]
During lockdown many of us are entertained by our feathered friends.
Currawongs are back, feasting on Blueberry Ash and Lilly Pilly berries, followed up with a relaxing bath. Oh, for the freedom of flight. [see all…]
Photos taken recently along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track
Due to Covid restrictions our planned planting day with GJ Gardner Homes has had to be postponed. However, our diligent crew worked on a roster over four days to get […]
Oh what a difference an auger makes, 350 holes in double quick time. Sure beats digging with mattocks and shovels.[…]