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Be Aware. Be Active. Be Prepared

In these times of uncertainty, it’s important to find peace of mind in the things we can control. Empowering every person to deal with any emergency and take control is what SURVIVAL is all...

SURVIVAL Hygiene Pack on sale online

https://survivalfirstaidkits.net.au/collections/first-aid-kits/products/survival-hygiene-pack As the Covid-19 situation evolves, we have been receiving an influx of enquiries from our customers regarding procurement of large amounts of hand sanitiser to comply with current regulations. As many of you...

Lessons via Zoom video conferencing

Mitchell Conservatorium will be offering ALL one-to-one lessons via digital video link from Monday 23rd March. In the light of the continuing COVID-19 health restrictions, the Con has begun using the Zoom app to...

Bondi to Manly – spectacular walk

The Bondi to Manly Walk is a project, supported by local, state and federal governments to link all existing coastal and harbourside walking tracks between Australia’s two most famous surf beaches, Bondi and Manly....

Music at Home Tour – Fiona Joy Watkins

Fiona Joy Hawkins is helping those of you stuck at home with a free Music at Home Tour Location: THE WORLD via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fionajoyhawkinsmusic/ 27th March SYDNEY at 10am & 12noon Watch and listen...

Eclectic mix of Exhibitions at BRAG

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery presents a variety of exhibitions over March and April from interior design and fashion to links between Los Angeles and Hill End to investigating concrete as a material and the...

Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail

Come into the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and meet the Hello Koalas. Due to popular demand three of the Hello Koalas are staying at the Garden a little longer following the much-loved Hello Koalas...

Take a guided tour of Hambledon Cottage

Discover Secrets of HERITAGE PARRAMATTA Cradle City of Australia Come on a guided tour of Hambledon Cottage and discover more about the achievements of James Cook in the display in the Lucas Gallery of...

New growth ahead

Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah shows signs of recovery. Article by Greg Bourke Although summer fires are common and can have an important regenerative role in some vegetation communities, the extent of this...

Free workshops for green thumbs

Green thumbs can learn about food growing, gardening and water saving using new techniques and technology A Series of free workshops at Bullaburra on March 1. Hosted by award-winning sustainable Now & Zen Landscapes,...