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Next Forum at

The Coastal Environment Centre
Pelican Path, Lake Park Road,
North Narrabeen

7pm Monday, Nov 26, 2018

Transport issues
 in the catchment

Speakers:
Richard Michell and
Malcolm Raymond

Richard Michell from Manly , Warringah, Pittwater Historical Society will outline the historical development of transport options for the Narrabeen Lagoon catchment and their impacts on the environment

Tram
The tram line opened in 1913

Malcolm Raymond will inform us about future transport options - some of which are already available but perhaps not yet affordable.

Entry free but a donation
is requested to cover expenses.

Bookings essential.


Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment
seeks
permanent environmental protection
for bushland in Narrabeen Lagoon catchment.

Only 17% of the catchment is protected within Garigal National Park.
16% is Crown Land needing more permanent environmental protection.
This is an aerial view of
Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.

Click here to see
an enlarged version.
A large area is owned by Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council.
Read the current proposal for Gai-mariagal National Park

Click here to learn about landcare work being done by the
Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council


After years of lobbying, on 1/4/2014 the Narrabeen Lagoon State Park
was declared and in May 2017 the Park was extended.

Click here for the 2017 map of Narrabeen Lagoon State Park.





There was a launch at Mona Vale of the first Aboriginal Heritage Sign
in the Northern Beaches on April 9th 2018.

The Budawa Aboriginal Signage Group has been working with Northern Beaches Council and the Aboriginal Heritage Office to create appropriate signs that depict Aboriginal history, archaeological significance and contemporary achievements across the Northern Beaches.

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Aboriginal Heritage Sign
Aboriginal Heritage Sign

Thysonotus tuberosus
Boronia serrulata
Boronia serrulata
Phyllota phylicoides
Phyllota phylicoides
Grevillea caleyii
Grevillea caleyii
Eucalyptus robusta
Eucalyptus robusta
Tetratheca glandulosa
Tetratheca glandulosa
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Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment,
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