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Lunch at Brickpit Park?

This is sure to be the question that lands on the lips of workers at Sydney Olympic Park with the launch of picnic tables at Brickpit Park. Brickpit Park is the newest town centre park, located behind 5 Murray Rose

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Wildlife recovers from injury

We’ve had two creatures recently recover from different injuries, an Eastern Spinebill from a window strike and a Green and Golden Bell Frog, which had a broken femur. The Endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog was captured and taken to

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Creature Feature – Fairy Martin

Not all birds make nests out of plant material and feathers. The Fairy Martin, a small bird species (~12 cm and 11g) in the same family as swallows, make their bottle-shaped nests with up to 1000 tiny pellets of mud

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Rare sighting: Bittern heron in the Brickpit

The Brickpit at Sydney Olympic Park is a haven for many protected and endangered species. While working with the vegetation in the Brickpit on behalf of Sydney Olympic Park Authority, Jessica Kingcott from Total Earth Care managed to observe and

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Unlocking the Park’s secrets for education

Sydney Olympic Park Authority literally holds the keys to some of the Park’s special access areas and the Education team is about providing access to these special areas – unlocking their secrets for education! And that’s what we did last

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