When

March 14, 2021
11:30am - 1:30pm

Contact

Cat Sheely
Email

Where

Rosedale Beach carpark
Rosedale Parade
Rosedale, NSW 2536
Australia
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When

March 14, 2021
11:30am - 1:30pm

Contact

Cat Sheely
Email

Where

Rosedale Beach carpark
Rosedale Parade
Rosedale, NSW 2536
Australia
See Google map »

THINK GLOBAL, ACT LOCAL with the newly minted ACF Eden-Monaro Community group.

The ACF Eden-Monaro Community Group is inviting you to a walk and picnic for fun and discovery. 

North Rosedale, like Cobargo and Mogo, was severely affected by the bushfires with nearly 75% of homes in the area being destroyed.  

Fifteen months on from the devastation, it is worth taking a walk around the area to see how recovery is going both in terms of the beautiful bush setting as well as the rebuilding program. It is a story of hope and resilience.

Come and meet some of the members of the ACF Eden-Monaro Community, discuss what is happening in and around the region in terms of bushfire recovery and environmental projects as well as enjoy a lovely Autumn walk and picnic.

Local resident,  Jack Egan, who unsuccessfully defended his home will describe the fire’s dynamics.

Rosedale Landcare coordinator, Jane Enright, will guide us on local bush regeneration. 

Virginia Young, of Great Eastern Ranges (ger.org.au), will talk about the Great Eastern Ranges integrated conservation vision with options for how ACF Eden-Monaro Community could pitch in.
*** BYO Picnic ***  See you there!


When: Sunday March 14 2021

Time:   11:30 - 1:30pm

Where: Beach carpark, Rosedale Parade, Rosedale NSW

ACF Community Eden-Monaro is part of a network of independently organised, volunteer-run groups in the ACF community. ACF will pass on your contact details to the host for the purpose of running the event.

It's up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Please stay home and do not attend this event if you feel unwell or if you are showing any COVID symptoms (fever, shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms such as coughing, sore throat or fatigue). Additionally, do not attend the event if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, or have had direct contact with an individual diagnosed with or suspected to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Stay up to date with public health guidelines from australia.gov.au.