Weddin Landcare’s Wattle Walk
Come for a wander amongst the wattles on Saturday, August 20 as part of Weddin Landcare’s annual Wattle Walk with special guest presenter Professor Mark Adams.
Bookings are required. To book contact Melanie Cooper on 0417 963 475
The Wattle Walk, which is hosted in the lead up to Wattle Day on September 1 will allow participants to identify a range of local flowering wattles and learn about their unique role in the environment, the valuable production benefits gained by planting wattles and their importance for wildlife.
Professor Mark Adams from Swinburne University of Technology will speak on his ground-breaking research about the ability of Acacias to increase their carbon capture efficiencies and contribute to rainfall, which has major implications for climate modelling.
There will also be some wattle seed inspired culinary delights and a free wattle for each participant!
Morning tea and lunch provided.
Please BYO chair and water. Bookings are required. To book contact Melanie Cooper on 0417 963 475
Go on a virtual (video) tour of ‘Rosemount’ wattles near Grenfell NSW with Mikla Lewis and Melanie Cooper:
This informative and colourful video runs for about 40 minutes.
Across the country, there are many community events to showcase wattles this week, and Georges River Council has organised one to mark the start of spring.
Wattle Walk with the Georges River Council Bushcare
Wattle Walk at Carss Park this Thursday 1 September
The Council’s head Bushcare Officer will be taking locals on a guided Wattle Walk through the park to speak about the four wattle species onsite.
Carss Bush Park
Carwar Avenue, Carss Park
9.00am – 11.00am
Bookings and fees
Booking is essential. Please register via the Eventbrite link.
All events will adhere to the NSW Public Health Orders.
For further information, please contact email@example.com.
Wood Works Gallery
Sat. 27 Aug to Sun. 4 September
9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Hand-crafted wattle woods turned or cut into unique Australian gifts and world class blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) furniture will be featured at this award-winning gallery on National Wattle Day.
Blackwood pieces – from benches, chairs, coffee tables to mirrors, bowls, chef platters, serving trays, chopping boards, trinket boxes and coasters will be available.