Many of us have
been involved in community actions to protect areas with natural
and cultural significance. We have significant links within the
Warringah community and elsewhere and we aim to inform and educate
others about the importance of properly protecting and managing
are our aims?
of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment aim, through advocacy and education:
(a) To preserve
the Narrabeen Lagoon catchment, its bushland, creeks, flora, fauna
and cultural sites and to seek to reduce pollution and degradation
(b) To help
preserve, restore and improve bushland and wildlife corridors connecting
the Catchment to Garigal National Park and other nearby bushland.
(c) To gather
scientific and other information relating to the past and present
condition of the Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.
(d) To support
fund raising to achieve a sustainable natural environment in this
(e) To support
the identification of all Aboriginal, cultural, ecological, historical
and recreational artefacts, places, rock carvings, trails and other
items consistent with the natural and social values of the Catchment.
(f) To use this
information to consult and co-operate with all relevant authorities
in all matters affecting the welfare and beauty of the catchment
system and environs.
(g) To raise
a greater public awareness of the need to maintain the Lagoon and
bushland in a healthy state.
(h) To communicate
with and seek affiliation with other environmental protection organisations.
(i) To seek
rehabilitation and regeneration work in the Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.