On a wet and windy day, we thought this might make you smile […images]
Due to wet and windy conditions over the past few weeks, the challenge has been to keep the Wallaby Creek Walking Track open. Because of fallen trees and branches, the […]
How fortunate are we on Tambo Bluff that we can take photos of native birds from our back doorstep. The yellow tail black cockatoos, like many other birds, have been […]
A substantial number of agapanthus were removed when the 100 Steps project was commenced. This plant invades and out-competes native plant species habitat, reducing vital food sources for native fauna. […]
Whirring whipper snippers and weeding magicians took on the 100 Steps […]
The crew carried out minor repairs as well as some general maintenance in the gully after the recent heavy rains .
Several weeks ago a broken heron’s egg was found on the ground in the vicinity of the nest, so it was pleasing to see this young White-faced Heron patiently waiting […]
European honey bees have commandeered a local wildlife nesting box […]
A regular unwanted visitor to the Wallaby Creek Walking Track.
Thank you to the Shire for promptly attending to a sinkhole along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track and to the washout debris on the lower section of the steps leading […]