Come join us for our first Picnic for Nature
NSW nature Conservation Council has a bold plan. Communities across NSW will come together to host and hold picnics to celebrate nature.
In Dubbo we are holding it by the beautiful Wambuul Macquarie River where we can sit amongst the ancient 500 year old red gums and celebrate the life of the river. There will be live music, cultural dancing, jumping castle, and a river walk and talk. Bring your friends and family, rugs and chairs, your lunch, and a plate to share if you like.
Date: Sunday 16 October 2022 Time: 11am to 1pm at Regand Park – Facebook event
Environmentally friendly event: Bring your own non-plastic non-disposal cutlery, plates and cups for your chance to win some great prizes!
Please RSVP: https://www.nature.org.au/dubbo_picnic_for_nature
You must RSVP to get your free icecream voucher
Coming soon – Second draft Regional Water Strategy
Consultations for the next draft of the Macquarie-Castlereagh Regional Water Strategy will be happening this month. The draft strategy will be published on Tuesday 4th October.
Is the Wambuul Macquarie River more than just an irrigation channel?
Look out soon for an email from Healthy Rivers Dubbo, making it easy to have your say.
Tuesday, 11 October
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Dubbo RSL Cnr Brisbane Street & Wingewarra Street
Webinar – Tuesday, 24 October 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – register for webinar
Healthy Rivers Dubbo – AGM
Wednesday 19th October at 6pm.
email email@example.com to get the zoom link
Healthy Rivers Dubbo is a grass roots community network dedicated to providing a strong voice for our local rivers, aquifers and wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin for the benefit of wildlife, plants and people. We pay our respects to Traditional Owners past and present and acknowledge that this land was never ceded.