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Snow, surf and stunning scenery: the diversity of the Canberra region

Download the exhibition catalogue. A vibrant place in the heart of the city, Canberra Museum and Gallery celebrates the region's social history and visual arts with dynamic exhibitions and unique community programs and events. Close search Search input. Discover one good thing after another in Canberra.

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The nation's capital is nestled within the Australian Capital Territory and is the ideal base for exploring the wider region. Canberra is located within the Australian Capital Territory, which is surrounded by the Great Dividing Range to the east and the foot of the Australian Alps to the west. There's a good reason why Canberra is called the bush capital. Want to see kangaroos, emus and maybe even a koala? Make sure to add these experiences to your itinerary. Both are just a minute drive from the Canberra city.

Discover more about Canberra's national parks and reserves. The rural countryside offers the perfect backdrop — and the cool climate growing conditions — to create a true sensory experience. Visit: noplasticstofuel.

The Field Naturalists Association of Canberra aims to stimulate an interest in natural history through regular meetings and outings. Email: rosemaryvb gmail. They stock local, fresh, organic, sustainable, natural, Fair Trade, ethical, bulk and affordable products. Members own the Co-op, share the benefits of it and have the opportunity to work in it. The Co-op is managed with consensus-based decision making and all members are invited to participate.

The Co-op employs two part time managers. Members act as volunteer co-ordinators staffing the store, and perform the other tasks required to keep the Co-op operating.

Friends of Black Mountain is a non-profit voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving and promoting the biodiversity of Black Mountain. It is aimed at encouraging interest in the reserve, build a record of its biodiversity and values, and promote its uniqueness within and beyond the ACT region. Email: friendsofblackmountain gmail.

Snow, surf and stunning scenery: the diversity of the Canberra region

The Friends of Aranda Bushland is a park care group interested in conserving and promoting their natural bushland environment, and adjoining bushland areas. The Aranda Bushland is a ha reserve of eucalypt forest and woodland on the southern slopes of Aranda Hill, the north side being the suburb Aranda.

It adjoins Black Mountain Reserve to the east and The Pinnacle Nature Reserve to the west, and forms part of Canberra Nature Park, a network of urban open space reserves throughout the national capital. Email: FriendsofArandaBushland gmail. Friends of Grasslands FOG is a community group dedicated to conservation of natural temperate grassy ecosystems in south-eastern Australia. FOG advocates, educates and advises on matters to do with the conservation of grassy ecosystems, and carries out surveys and other on-ground work. Its members include professional scientists, landowners, land managers and interested members of the public.

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Email: info fog. Friends of Jerrabomberra Wetlands focuses on collaborating with local residents and conservation, management, heritage, education, Aboriginal and recreational groups in the restoration and maintenance of the Wetlands. This involves supporting the practical management of weeds and pest animals, conducting outreach programs to raise awareness, and fostering local involvement in rehabilitation and recovery campaigns. Email: friendsofjerrawetlands gmail.

Ginninderra Catchment Group is an incorporated umbrella group of community volunteers working in the water catchment of the Ginninderra Creek.

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The primary focus of the Group is advancing the health of the Ginninderra Catchment through effective engagement with government, agencies, business, schools and the catchment community. We have a strong commitment to community education and capacity building and seek to create diverse opportunities for people to become involved in catchment management, decision-making and on-ground action.

Email: landcare ginninderralandcare. Ginninderra Falls Association was formed in to lobby for public access to the Ginninderra Falls which have been closed to the public since when the then Falls Park was closed due to excessive costs of providing Public Risk Insurance. Their flagship projects target areas of global significance, and they offer not-for-profit services to people, businesses and Government right across Australia.

Herpetological Association ACT aims to promote the study and conservation of reptiles and amphibians, and to foster a positive community attitude toward this group of animals.

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The group provides grants to projects aimed at furthering herpetofauna protection and recovery, education, training, and research projects. Its major annual event is the Snakes Alive Exhibition at the Australian National Botanic Gardens, which attracts over attendees each year. Many of our endangered native animals are in a race for survival against invasive species as governments and conservation organisations struggle to keep them from becoming yet another statistic on the global extinction list. Kosciuszko to Coast K2C is a partnership of thirteen organisations and numerous businesses, landowners and individuals associate members working with landholders in South East NSW to conserve and recover the grasslands, woodlands, riparian and wetland areas, small bush birds, arboreal mammals and treasured forest communities and species. Email: geoffrobertson iPrimus. Living Streets Canberra is a for-purpose community group working for everyone in Canberra to enjoy public spaces and walk easily, safely and conveniently.

It wants to see walking as the natural choice for everyday local journeys, Canberra as an inviting, safe and comfortable place for walking, and provides support for people to choose to walk. Email: livingstreetscanberra gmail. The catchment groups act as umbrella groups for the many Landcare and other natural resource management NRM interest groups in their geographical area.

Email: programs molonglocatchment. Mt Taylor Parkcare Group is a small landcare group which works toward maintaining our local mountain. The mountain is both a significant landmark and a well used recreational resource in the south Canberra region. It commissions research and prepares independent reports and recommendations. It runs seminars on research topics affecting the environment.

Email: admin npaact. Its mission is to get more Canberrans riding, more often, for a better community. Pedal Power represents around 7, members, and represents the interests of all people who ride bikes, and those who would like to.