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In the aftermath of the recent bushfires (and other extreme weather events) the Blue Mountains community have come together to support one another. Various events are being held across the Blue Mountains. See the Recovery Tab to find an event near you.

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Recovering Our Backyard: How you can help

29th February, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

  • What can you do in your own backyard?

  • Are you interested in volunteering to:
    • Help wildlife impacted by the bushfires in the Blue Mountains region?
    • Assist with recovery of our natural environment?
    • Join a local wildlife or conservation group?
  • What skills can you offer to our community?
    • Can you sew or knit;  make things from wood;  write grants;  draw or take photos;  have skills using social media;  enjoy gardening;  have a car to help with deliveries etc?
In addition to our speakers, tables with representatives from local groups and organisations will be set up on the day with more information, and opportunities to voluteer.

Afternoon tea will be provided (Gold coin entry to assist with catering)

For further enquiries contact:  Kris Newton, MCRN ( )


29th February, 2020
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Event Category:


Blue Mountains Resilience and Preparedness Group
Blue Mountains Recovery Wellbeing Committee


Phillips Hall
Gardiner Cres
Blackheath, NSW 2785 Australia
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