Excited anticipation came to a head at 2pm on Saturday 29 February, with the start of our fourth family bush camp. More than 70 happy children and parents set up tents, greeted old friends, made new ones, were welcomed and, while enjoying afternoon tea, were given an outline of proceedings. Some were new to camping, … Continue reading Another wonderful family camp
Most of the plants in Centennial Park are native. This means they are plants indigenous to a given area in geologic time. This includes plants that have developed, occur naturally, or existed for many years in an area. Native plants find their way to the spots they most enjoy - just like us. Some plants like the dry ridges and others … Continue reading Dry ridge plants
We have now run 4 family camps in the park. Watch out for the next one in 2021.
The Hibiscus and Bays Local Board recently honoured volunteers in our community. Max Thomson received an award for his contribution to the Campbells Bay Community Association and community planning. The Centennial Park Bush Society received an award recognising the ongoing work and commitment to the Campbells Bay environment. From left Max Thomson, Joe Greig, Stan … Continue reading Campbells Bay features at awards night