A Guided Bushwalk in Waterfall Gully 10.00am July 21st, 2019
Join Dr Conny Harris and local Bush regenerators for a one hour guided walk in Waterfall Gully, Duffys Forest.
Waratah Park Tree Planting Day
Please join us this coming Sunday July 7th to help clear the weeds around the tubestock and on Sunday July 28th to help plant trees at Waratah Park.
Date & Time- 9am -1pm July 7th and 28th, 2019 ,
Lunch and morning tea will be provided.
Location- 13 Namba Road Duffys Forest. Drive through the main gates and proceed to carpark then meet at the picnic area near Rangers building to sign on.
What to bring- Protective clothing is a must. Long-sleeved shirts and pants, protective footwear, sunhat, gardening gloves, water.
Next General Meeting with Guest Speaker- July 3rd at 7.00pm
"Reducing and Avoiding Waste" - Matina Psaltis the Waste Education Officer of Northern Beaches Council will be discussing ways to Reduce waste. If you are unsure which items to recycle, bring them along. There will be a short General Meeting afterwards covering Bush Care in Duffys Forest, Anembo Arena issues, 58 Laitoki Rd, Bridle Trail issues, Northern Beaches Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS) LEP DCP and Newlinds Reserve news. Refreshments are available.
Bushcare Big Day Out - Supervised Bushcare in the KCNP, Duffys Forest, August 4th, 9-12 noon. Details to follow. Save the date!
Next Bush Regeneration
Duffys Forest Rural Fire Brigade is asking residents to 'Adopt a Hydrant' to ensure access to the hydrant in the case of an emergency. For more information, please download the information sheet.
Terrey Hills & Duffy's Forest Community Page was established to keep residents informed of local events & news. Please search for “Terrey Hills Community Page” on Facebook to apply to join.
Bush Fire Survival Plan
Have you completed your Bush Fire Survival Plan? Download yours today and start preparing your property today.
A new trails page is currently in development which aims to provide a detailed list of all the trails and features in the Terrey Hills & Duffys Forest area.
Community Resource Library