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Wattle Day; a symbol of Australia’s national pride

Australians have always celebrated their nation with good humour, fairness, generosity, familiarity and equality. With spring right around the corner, its associated values of optimism, reliability, abundance and richness reflect Australia’s national pride and its love for new life. The

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Two eaglets have hatched!

Following on from the incredible news of two eggs laid in June, we are thrilled to share that two cute white fluffy little chicks have now successfully hatched! The first hatched at 8.30pm on Friday, 29 July, and the second

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‘Gotta catch em all’…tips for playing Pokémon Go at the Park

  Yes, that’s right; we are talking Pokémon Go, the craze that seems to have taken over the world at the moment. There are some real positive outcomes to playing this game where people are getting outdoors, exploring their surrounds

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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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Green light for kids’ cycle track

  The kids’ cycle track next to Concord West Playground in Bicentennial Park is now just a bit more fun with brand new line markings! The children can have fun pretending to participate in road rules with give way signs, traffic

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The ugly truth about cats

They’re cute, furry, cuddly and very lovable; however, cats are also natural predators.   Cats threaten our local environment The Park’s forests, wetlands and grasslands support over 200 species of native birds, frogs, bats, possums and lizards. Cats pose a

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One week away from Clean Up Australia Day

Next Tuesday we will be pulling on our gloves, donning the mosquito repellent and grabbing a bag ready to take part in the national event Clean Up Australia Day. The clean up will run from 8am to 9am, meeting at

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