Recently we were fortunate to have our new friend Jayme conduct a biodiversity survey as part of her studies at Macquarie University. Jayme conducted the survey in November 2017 under the auspices of the University, supervised by her professor and with some local help from Charlie, Colin, Gary, Noeline and Darryll. Jayme sent the survey […]
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A valuable day for those interested in bushland regeneration activity in the local area. What has $250,000 been spent on in the last 6 six years of regeneration effort? What are the ongoing projects? How can you help? Join experts in the field for a sequence of presentations and discussions. A BBQ lunch is provided […]
Common Name: Lillypilly ￼Description: Tree Flower colour: Cream / white Flowering Time: Summer Where to see it: Tilligerry Habitat Reserve and Tilligerry Peninsula Height: to 20m Width: to 10m Sold as: tube stock Click for Price Check for availability, seasonal items are not available at all times of the year.
Common Name: Myrtle Wattle Description: Shrub Height: 50-100c Width: 50cm Flower colour: Pale Yellow Flowering Time: Late winter Where to see it: Tilligerry Habitat Reserve and Tilligerry Peninsula Vegetation Type: Coastal Sand Wallum Woodland-Heath Sold as: tube stock Click for price Check for availability, seasonal items are not available at all times of the year.
On Friday 10th Nov at Marina View in Newcastle over 200 people came together from across the state in this year’s NSW Government Regional Achievement and Community Awards sponsored by the Commonwealth Bank, Prime7 and Marina View. The gathering was addressed by the Minister for Lands and Forestry. We are proud to say that, Tilligerry […]
August sees a lot of native flowers in the Habitat in full bloom. A walk around the trails is very rewarding. The golden wattle is extensive in certain areas and particularly vibrant in colour.
It is not only humans that get knocked around by magpies in the nesting season. On a recent walk around the Tilligerry Habitat we found a koala had settled in a tree a bit too close to where a butcherbird was building a nest. He came under attack from a bird who typically are very […]
With the shortest day only just behind us you would think that there would not be too many plants and trees in bloom but that is far from the case.
Nights draw in and the cooler, fresher days are welcome. A good amount of rain this month has helped the flora whether it is in the process of flowering or dormant. We are seeing the first flush of Flannel flowers for which Tanilba Bay is named. It is the “place of white flowers” in the […]
Many thanks to Charlie Bell, our resident expert botanist who took most of these pictures of what is in bloom in this month of April. After the previous month recovering from the extreme heat of the summer we have been experiencing consistent rain over a period of weeks. Firstly, as part of Ex-cyclone Debbie (An […]