Audio tour

Audio tourPelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Landcare

Only in English

2 sights

  1. Audio tour Summary
  2. Audio tour Summary

    This tour was created by Lake Macquarie Landcare in celebration of 2021 National Landcare Week.

    For enquiries call 4921 0392  or email  lro@lakemac.nsw.gov.au

    The Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Landcare site is made up of predominately sand hind-dune. It stretches from Grannys Pool to the surf club, with Blacksmiths Beach to the east and Swansea channel to the south.

    To access the site, turn off the Pacific Highway at Gommera Street, Blacksmiths.

    Turn right at the roundabout onto Ungala Road.

    Take the first left off Ungala, and then the first right which will take you to the car park for Granny's pool.

    The audio tour goes for around 20 - 30 minutes, but please take your time to enjoy yourself while here. There is no rush!

    Ensure you are wearing enclosed, non-slip footwear and protective clothing. The route is taken mostly along established trails, with a short detour off track at one point. Please be careful of both yourself and the plants around you.

     

    Thanks to Greg Wales, Karin Steers and Georgina for generously sharing their time and knowledge with us to create this tour of the Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Landcare site.

     

    Music

    'Juneberry Junction' - Chris Haugen

    'Easy Seas' - Chris Haugen

    'Get in the Car and Go' - Unicorn Heads'

     

    Narrated by Meg Bruce (Lake Macquarie Landcare Communications Officer)

     

    www.lakemacquarielandcare.org.au

    Facebook.com/LakeMacLandcare

    4921 0392    lro@lakemac.nsw.gov.au

  3. 1 Welcome
  4. 2 Doing a good job.
  5. 3 Very weary, but very happy
  6. 4 While establishing...
  7. 5 High tides and eroding dunes
  8. 6 Islands washed up on the shore
  9. 7 Our pride and joy
  10. 8 Thumbs up!
  11. 9 The end.
  1. Audio tour Summary

    This tour was created by Lake Macquarie Landcare in celebration of 2021 National Landcare Week.

    For enquiries call 4921 0392  or email  lro@lakemac.nsw.gov.au

    The Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Landcare site is made up of predominately sand hind-dune. It stretches from Grannys Pool to the surf club, with Blacksmiths Beach to the east and Swansea channel to the south.

    To access the site, turn off the Pacific Highway at Gommera Street, Blacksmiths.

    Turn right at the roundabout onto Ungala Road.

    Take the first left off Ungala, and then the first right which will take you to the car park for Granny's pool.

    The audio tour goes for around 20 - 30 minutes, but please take your time to enjoy yourself while here. There is no rush!

    Ensure you are wearing enclosed, non-slip footwear and protective clothing. The route is taken mostly along established trails, with a short detour off track at one point. Please be careful of both yourself and the plants around you.

     

    Thanks to Greg Wales, Karin Steers and Georgina for generously sharing their time and knowledge with us to create this tour of the Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Landcare site.

     

    Music

    'Juneberry Junction' - Chris Haugen

    'Easy Seas' - Chris Haugen

    'Get in the Car and Go' - Unicorn Heads'

     

    Narrated by Meg Bruce (Lake Macquarie Landcare Communications Officer)

     

    www.lakemacquarielandcare.org.au

    Facebook.com/LakeMacLandcare

    4921 0392    lro@lakemac.nsw.gov.au

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