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Formation in March 2015

The Ginninderra Falls Biodiversity Working Group was formed in March 2015 comprising the

It was agreed that biodiversity surveys of the Ginninderra Gorge is urgent and this needs to be done before finalising any urban boundries.

Ginninderra Falls Biodiversity Working Group

The Ginninderra Falls Biodiversity Working Group will meet with Riverview to discuss the issues connected with a 300 metre conservation corridor, plans for a visitor hub, and the need for further work on endangered species.

Murrumbidgee - Ginninderra Gorges National Park: Information Note 34

Three events are coming up next week:

21 April 2015 from 9:00am

The Ginninderra Falls Biodiversity Working Group will meet with Riverview to discuss the issues connected with a 300 metre conservation corridor, plans for a visitor hub, and the need for further work on endangered species.

Presentation to Belconnen Community Council public forum

We will give a half-hour presentation at the April public forum for the Belconnen Community Council.

Note that this month's forum will not be held in the usual location for the Belconnen Community Council, instead, it will be at the Jamison Southern Cross Club, cnr Catchpole & Bowman Street in Macquarie.

Innovation in greenfield urban planning and design: the West Belconnen proposal

Feasibility, Practicalities and Environmental Outcomes

This is the first of the shared Frank Fenner Foundation and Conservation Council meetings. Please see the following map for the location of the Allen Barton Forum. Lunch provided.

PRESS RELEASE: Ginninderra Gorge and Falls - Current Consultations with Riverview Group regarding needs for Visitor/Tourist facilities

In February 2015, the Ginninderra Falls Association, together with other conservation bodies met the developer, “The Riverview Group” at Ginninderra Gorge to look at possible locations for visitor/tourist facilities. The area is only a few kilometres from West Belconnen and we hope it may be open to the public as soon as possible, perhaps by 2016 or 2017.

Conservation & Management of the Murrumbidgee Gorge: Woodstock Nature Reserve

Autumn Gathering

All Welcome!

22 March 2015, 2.00pm – 4.00pm Shepherds Lookout (see map)

Speaker: Darren Roso, Senior Park Ranger ACT Parks & Conservation Services

‘Conservation & Management of the Murrumbidgee Gorge: Woodstock Nature Reserve’

 (Bring a cushion and a drink)

Sheperds Lookout

300 metre wide river and creek corridors

The Association urges all community associations and the general public to make representations to the ACT and NSW Government authorities and Yass Valley Council to ensure that all river and creek parkland corridors extend at least 300 metres from the waterways and that urban development does not intrude into areas with significant natural heritage values.

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