Sydney Water have confirmed two gross pollution traps are planned for Bardwell Creek

ARTICLE – St George and Sutherland Shire Leader:
Sydney Water have confirmed two gross pollution traps are planned for Bardwell Creek.
By Kahlia Bechert, Feb. 11, 2016  
Win in Bardwell Creek mess | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader (1)Mess: Michael Mohan and Peter Schneider with dead eels after waste flowed into Bardwell Creek last year. Picture: John Veage.

Residents have claimed a victory with gross pollution traps planned for Bardwell Creek.
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Landing Lights Wetland Planting Birthday

MARCH 17, 2016:
Landing Lights Wetland Planting Breakfast
Thurs 8:30 · Landing Lights Wetland, 88 Bestic Street, Banksia
Hosted by Rockdale City Council

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Aboriginal stories of sea level rise preserved for thousands of years

Aboriginal stories of sea level rise preserved for thousands of years
The Age, February 14, 2015
By Nicky Phillips, Science Editor

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The sea level around Australia was much lower during the last ice age. Graphic: Monique Westermann.

Long before Botany Bay became Sydney’s main cargo seaport, and long before Captain Cook directed the HMS Endeavour to sail through its shallow waters, the iconic cove was a wetland used by the first Australians.

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