Kumbartcho Sanctuary, Brisbane, Australia
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Posted on May 6, 2009 by Kumbartcho Sanctuary in interesting links The ABC’s Scribbly Gum column has a great new post about rainforest plants with edible - and very healthy - fruit.
Posted on May 1, 2009 by Kumbartcho Sanctuary in Volunteer news One of our hard-working volunteers, Lisa, recently headed north to begin her studies at James Cook University in Townsville.
Kumbartcho Sanctuary was probably one of the best choices I ever made.
Posted on August 30, 2009 by Kumbartcho Sanctuary in Coming events Event Kumbartcho Festival When Sunday, August 30, 200911:00am - 3pm Where Kumbartcho (map) Kumbartcho Sanctuary 15 Bunya Pine Court
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Kumbartcho Sanctuary is a community forest reserve located on a six-hectare stretch of the South Pine River, on Brisbane's north-side. The name Kumbartcho comes from the local aboriginal word for Hoop Pine', which you'll find scattered throughout the sanctuary.
* Kumbartcho Sanctuary open this site in another window - Includes an environment centre and native plant nursery. * Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary open this site in another window - In Brisbane, Australia.
Kumbartcho Sanctuary President Kim Pantano hoped that by taking on board the "absolutely beautiful" parcel of land the organisation would further nature preservation and flora and fauna identification in the area.
acquisition would allow Kumbartcho Sanctuary, which is overseen by the Bunya Community Environmental Association, to provide "more interpretive, environmental and community activities".
Kumbartcho Sanctuary President Kim Pantano said the workshops, funded with a $50,000 Federal Government grant through its Caring for our Country program, would help people to not only give their yards a facelift but also save money.
EATONS HILL: Kumbartcho Sanctuary at Eatons Hill and Osprey House in Griffin have received a $5000 grant to construct two new exhibits. The centres will share the NRMA grant to build two new interactive solar energy displays demonstrating how solar energy is captured and converted into electricity.
Kumbartcho Sanctuary is a 6ha parcel of rainforest with 6km of walking tracks beside the South Pine River. The sanctuary is located at 15 Bunya Pine Crt, Eatons Hill. Phone 3264 3953.
Kumbartcho Sanctuary, which is set on 6 hectares of natural habitat, including a boundary with the South Pine River. Other facilities at Kumbartcho include a community hall, playground and barbeque. Volunteers are welcome at Kumbartcho.
* Kumbartcho Sanctuary open this site in another window - Includes an environment centre and native plant nursery.
Kumbartcho Sanctuary cross over to the northern side of the river using the second concrete causeway. The return on this side of the river to Cash's Crossing.
Eucalyptus forest (toilet accessable at Kumbartcho Sanctuary, rest of pathways back to Cash's Crossing through Casuarina and Eucalyptus forest. Keep an eye out for platypus.
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