Mesh vs Corflutes

Planting and maintenance has resumed along Pemar path at the southern end of Broadlands Road. TBLC along with another Landcare group has been asked to trial the suitability of two […]

Chain of Ponds

The gullies on Tambo Bluff contain ephemeral streams that flow dependent on rainfall. In all but the driest times underground spring water can still make its way to the lagoons. […]

Very Uplifting

How beautiful to see areas of water along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track once again. The chorus of frogs is very uplifting and invigorating. Tambo Bluff is a special place […]

Giving back for a second time

TBLC were the fortunate recipients to receive this large pile of eucalyptus mulch when local Bluff residents had permission to remove a tree. It grew here for a long time […]

Who made them

The small native animal totems are being replaced after they were temporarily removed when the Wallaby Creek Walking Track was being realigned. The Hebel sculptures were made by the ‘Green […]

Wandering Wombat

Great workout for the Crew on the Wallaby Creek Walking Track this week. Small artworks replaced, another fifty nine plants and most importantly, a small rock wall installed hopefully to […]

Great Team Effort

Braving the slopes and cold morning, seven folk planted 109 native plants adjacent to either side of the 100 Steps. It’s a pity the resident rabbits don’t dig their holes […]

Patience and Passion Pays Off

These photos show the transformation in four years from a Kikuyu-infested area along the Wallaby Creek Walking Track (junction of Lagoon and Jacaranda Roads prior to the Tambo Bluff restructure […]