Events

Events run or supported by B4C.

  • Spotlighting Night Walk in Minnippi

    Thursday, Dec 13, 2018 6:30pm
    Minnippi Parkland
    Join B4C's Stefan Hattingh for a night walk through Minnippi Parklands (exact meeting spot to be confirmed closer to the event). We have some new equipment to help us spot wildlife that we're very excited to show you! We'll use a spotlight along with a red filter, heat sensor camera and a night vision camera. We will use a GoPro to inspect a glider nest box. Whatever vision we see will be able to be viewed on our ipad too. This event is strictly limited to a maximum of 15 people so that we can limit noise and disturbance and make sure it's a quality event for all attendees. Light refreshments will be served. Please wear insect repellent and closed in shoes suitable for walking. Not suitable for children 11 and under. Children 12 and over must be accompanied by an adult. $20 per person. Book and pay via above link.
  • Whites Hill Reserve bushwalk

    Sunday, Jan 27, 2019 8:00am
    Whites Hill, meet cnr Jones Rd & Kildare St
    kookaburra on bushwalk8-9am. Walkers will see lots of wildlife on this easy one-hour walk around Whites Hill Reserve, guided by members of the Whites Hill – Pine Mountain Community Group. Please wear covered shoes, a hat and sunscreen. Meet at the reserve entrance, corner Jones Rd and Kildare St, Carina. Contact Heather Barns heather.barns@bulimbacreek.org.au / 0410 840 343.
  • Sustainability Centre Open Day

    Saturday, Feb 2, 2019 9:00am
    Sustainability Centre, Cnr Wright St & Old Cleveland Rd, Carindale
    9am-12pm. First Open Day for 2019! Presentation at 9.30am. Have a tour of the community gardens and native plant nursery. Learn about our recent projects and activities and chat to our friendly team. We also have a book swap stand. We're also selling Boomerang Bags, natural honey and jam! But no need to buy anything - just come along and take a look and have a chat over a cuppa. Morning tea provided (gold coin donation or free for B4C members).

Comments are closed