Monthly Archives: June 2016

Not one, but two eggs laid by Sea-Eagles

Some very egg-citing activity occurred last week at Sydney Olympic Park as two White-bellied Sea-Eagle eggs were laid. The first was around 9pm on 19 June and the second at 1.15am on 23 June. Our resident male has produced these

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Get in the groove with the Hi Life Horns

Take a break in the fresh air this Friday for the final lunchtime music session of this season featuring the Hi Life Horns. This roving band plays funk, jazz and pop and has even been known to belt out a

Posted in Our social life, Shaping our place

Highest King Tide recorded in the parklands

We are all well aware of the heavy rainfall faced over the past few days. At Sydney Olympic Park this rainfall led to the Highest King Tide we have on record at 2.38m on Sunday 5 June. This is by

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