• Nelson Heather Community Centre (map)
  • 5 Jacksons Road
  • North Narrabeen, NSW, 2101
  • Australia

Want to learn how to encourage wildlife in your own backyard?

Chris Smallbone of WildThings and Narawan (Nara) Williams - wildlife surveyor and ecologist will introduce us to all to all of the terrestrial families in Sydney;'s north - including their life history and status. Learn how to promote and protect wildlife in your own backyard.  You will be helping to preserve the biodiversity of our urban wildlife.

Learn about two projects which focus on the use of “Artificial” hollows and “Natural” hollows for native wildlife that is facing huge habitat loss caused by such things as the removal of trees from properties, including old growth trees, clearing of bushland for development, etc. To date, more than 80 residents of the Ku-ring-gai Council area have obtained one of the “Natural” hollows for their gardens. 



enjoy a number of eco stalls at our meeting which includes another way of helping our wildlife, beaches and environment - promoting Plastic Free July.

Hollows will be on display and for sale. The aim is to install hollows across the Northern Beaches to help preserve our native wildlife.  The cost of an installed Hollow is $110. 

SWAP TABLE  Bring plants, seeds, pots, books, DVDs, bring a plate of food to share on the night.

Doors open at 7:15 pm for a 7:30 start.  Entry by donation.  All welcome!!