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Check out these outdoor activities on the Lagoon or in the catchment and book yourself in for one of them.


Ecopaddle

Kayakers

Eco Paddle on Narrabeen Lagoon - 1pm, Saturday Mar 10, 2018

Black Swan have returned to the lagoon after 20 years - come and see these majestic creatures! This paddle will visit the Western Basin, Deep and Middle Creeks. Beautiful Deep Creek attracts migratory birds from as far away as Russia and Middle Creek has been the subject of a substantial remediation programme. A relaxing 2 to 3 hour afternoon paddle. No previous kayaking experience required, tuition given. BYO boat or a hire kayak can be arranged for you at cost.
Bookings essential
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Phone 0417 502 056 or email:

Catchment Bushwalks Bushwalkers





Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment Traverse
10am - Sunday Dec 3


This walk is a hidden gem and offers the most amazing variety of vegetation. Also  lovely scenic views and sometimes rare fauna. Plant ID as we go and a brief lunch break BYO.
Start 10am finish 2:30pm. LImited numbers.

Carpool back. Bookings essential. Phone or text Conny on 0432 643 295.

Greenhood orchid
Greenhood orchid



Wildlife Walks
Led by Jayden Walsh

Owlet Nightjar
Owlet Nightjar

Spotlight Walk - 8:15pm Monday Nov 27

This walk will take place after Jayden Walsh has shown pictures and talked about amphibians and reptiles in Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment.
8:15pm Meet at Katoa Close. Spaces limited to 45 people but all spaces taken.

Spotlight Walk - 8pm Friday Dec 15

Spotlighting walk - meet at start of Slippery Dip Trail. Spaces limited to 20 people

Wildlife Walk - 7:30am Friday January 19, 2018

Meet at end of Deep Creek Carpark. Spaces limited to 30 people

Email:
to get a ticket and book a place for one of these fascinating Wildlife Walks led by Jayden Walsh.

Diamond python
Diamond Python
Bush Regeneration

Bush regeneration

Boronia serrulata
Boronia serrulata
Bush Regeneration - Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment 

This is a wonderful way to become connected to nature and contribute to the health of the environment.  Over the weeks and months you can see positive changes as you give native species a better chance to thrive.  Wildlife appreciate the improvement in their habitat.

Belrose area - Thursday mornings
Belrose area - Weekend mornings by arrangement
Contact: Phone or text Conny Harris on 0432 643 295

Wheeler Creek - Wednesday mornings 9-11am
Contact: Phone or text Judith Bennett on 0402 974 105

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Bush regeneration

Fringed Lily
Fringed Lily
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Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment,
P.O.Box 845, Narrabeen, NSW 2101

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