2008

Sediment Traps

Five sediment traps were constructed along Bullara st. to help prevent pollution from entering the billabongs at Panboola from storm water after rainfall. Thanks to the Community Water Grant program and the Bega Valley Shire Council for helping to protect these wetlands.
Five sediment traps were constructed along Bullara st. to help prevent pollution from entering the billabongs at Panboola from storm water after rainfall. Thanks to the Community Water Grant program and the Bega Valley Shire Council for helping to protect these wetlands.

The Vegetation Corridor

In 2008 a vegetation corridor was established across the floodplain at Panboola. Over 3000 wetland species from locally sourced seed stock were planted to restore 3 ha of wildlife habitat. A maintained walking track takes visitors through the Corridor and links with the Pambula River and Old Pambula Racecourse. This project was funded by the Australian Government Envirofund.
In 2008 a vegetation corridor was established across the floodplain at Panboola. Over 3000 wetland species from locally sourced seed stock were planted to restore 3 ha of wildlife habitat. A maintained walking track takes visitors through the Corridor and links with the Pambula River and Old Pambula Racecourse. This project was funded by the Australian Government Envirofund.

The Shed

The Shed at Panboola was officially opened in November 2008. A wonderful community celebration brought together all of the volunteers and workers who had participated in the construction. Thanks to all those who helped with this long awaited project and to the generous donor, the Wood Family Foundation, which made the project possible.
The Shed at Panboola was officially opened in November 2008. A wonderful community celebration brought together all of the volunteers and workers who had participated in the construction. Thanks to all those who helped with this long awaited project and to the generous donor, the Wood Family Foundation, which made the project possible.