• Tomorrow

    Rockpool Ramble - South Maroubra

    SOLD OUT

    Discover the marine creatures of the South Maroubra rock platforms and inter-tidal zone. As the ocean retreats it leaves an abundant array of sea creatures on display which our local marine biologists Will Jones and Murray Cook will identify and discuss, explaining how each of us ...

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  • Tomorrow

    A discovery of coastal birds — walk & talk

    SOLD OUT

    A fun exploration of the beautiful birds in and around Maroubra Beach with BirdLife educator Renée Ferster Levy.
    From waterbirds to bush birds and some high in the sky, we hope to see lots of activity - calling, feeding, wading, chasing … maybe even nesting! Learn to ...

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  • Jan. 23, 2019

    Rockpool Ramble — Vaucluse

    Learn about some amazing life in the harbour by exploring rock pools with marine biologist guides. You will get a chance to get close to the animals that live in the intertidal zones along the Nielsen Park foreshore and learn about their habitat. 

    This family-friendly activity is not ...

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  • Jan. 30, 2019

    Tote bag upcycling workshop

    Wed 30 Jan — 6:00-8:00pm — Waverley Library

    Waverley Library welcomes you to join Dallene Ng from Courturiere Craft for a reusable fashion workshop that will
    add new life to your preloved clothes this new year.

    Reduce, reuse and recycle this holiday season with this fantastic workshop introducing ...

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  • Feb. 1, 2019

    Friday in the garden - volunteer PermaBee

    Friday 1 February — 9:30am-12:30am

    Kitchen garden, forest garden, wild food and native plant garden, aquaponic and vertical garden or seed saving — what appeals? Those gardens are the choice on our regular Friday Permabee volunteer days. They're a chance to do, to learn, to get a ...

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  • Feb. 2, 2019

    Strategic Questioning

    Runs over 2 Saturday afternoons — 2 & 9 Feb

    The questions you ask determine the answers you get. That’s why asking the right questions is so important.

    In this course, Grahame Collier is going to teach us how to ask those right questions. It’s called Strategic Questioning ...

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  • Feb. 6, 2019

    Going Local - The new economics of place

    An inspiring and timely Masterclass with Michael Shuman USA, attorney, economist, author, and one of the world’s leaders in the re-localisation and local finance movement. Michael and his colleague, Gilbert Rochecouste, will help participants formulate a plan for community revitalization by introducing the latest tools of economy ...

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  • Feb. 9, 2019

    Intro to modern cloth nappies

    Sat 9 Feb — 10:00-11:00am — Margaret Whitlam Recreation Centre

    Curious about cloth nappies? Want to ditch disposables? If so, this workshop is for you. Join us for an informative (i.e. no selling) session all about cloth nappies, or Modern Cloth Nappies (MCN) as they are often ...

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  • Feb. 10, 2019

    Organic gardening course

    A participatory, practical course over seven Sunday afternoons, starting 10 Feb

    Organic growing is a matter of putting first things first. We start with building a healthy, nourishing soil for our home or balcony garden. Then we propagate our plants which and plant them into our nourishing soil ...

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  • Feb. 11, 2019

    Creating a Permaculture Orchard

    A course run over seven Monday mornings starting 11 February

    It's a win-win offering — attend the food forest design course and take away the knowledge to create our own food forest in our home or community garden, no matter how small, while your learning helps us design ...

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