The Sustainability Centre is being developed as an educational, community based centre for interactive, environmental learning. It aims to inspire through hands-on activities, empowering people to ask “what can I do for the environment?”
What You Will Find at the Centre:
Volunteers work 3 days a week, doing seed propagation, cuttings, seed collection, tending stock, selecting orders.
Heritage poultry displays – New Hampshires, Silkies, Buff Sussex – all breeding!
Native revegetation areas
Water recycling and water efficiency signage
Photovoltaic cells – educating for a renewable energy future
Artwork for environmental awareness
Leah’s Trail – follow the path to different sections of the Centre
Rain Garden – sponsored by Healthy Waterways
Grass Display Garden
Small bird and reptile habitat garden
Nestboxes for microbat, lorikeet and rosellas
Native bee hives
Ecosystems Services Unit Depot
Equipment storage area
Maintenance area for small machinery
Hub for field crew – meet here at 7 am Monday to Friday
Monthly Presentations and Community Workshops:
Open Days are held on the first Saturday of the month from 9am til 12 noon and include
morning teas (free for members, gold coin donation for others).
Learn about different, new and interesting activities from an expert presenter
Guided tours of the Centre
OFFICE: 8 – 4pm: Weekdays.
NURSERY: 7.30 to 2 pm Tues and Wed; 7.30 to 12 Friday. Open to B4C Members, bushcare groups and volunteers.
Nursery – Presentation: 9am – midday, first Saturday of each month
Please contact the B4C office on (07) 3398 8003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org