Sunday 28th March was a lovely sunny day after a long period of torrential rain across the Sydney basin. Sharyn Cullis led the walk and 18 enthusiastic people had a great day out. We visited a bushland reserve in Campbelltown that has a resident small population of Koalas, but unfortunately luck was not on our […]
OFF Research Grant recipient, University of NSW postgrad student, Jingyi Ding will discuss how the structure of Australian trees and the soil fertile islands formed under vegetation change as environments become drier.
Our committee is proud that OFF has achieved so much in 2020 despite COVID restrictions.
Well we have come to the end of an eventful year.As we heard in Liz’s report, OFF has covered a lot of territory not only in terms of issues but also ranging from local to state and national. We have had to put in a huge effort towards delivering on our mission.And all within the […]
Sunday 28th February was a beautiful day, inviting all OFF members outdoors to enjoy the natural beauty of Ku-ring-gai National Park. Adrian Buzo led the walk which followed the Bairne Track out to some stunning views overlooking Pittwater, Scotland Island and Sailors Bay. The bush was serene and decorated by wildflowers of various kinds, a large (one metre-plus) goanna raised […]