On the Old AACo RoadsiriusFri, 14/03/2014 - 10:15am
A walk along the recently heritage listed old Australian Agricultural Company road from Karuah to Tahlee
The 13th April 2014 will see the fourth Walk to Karuah from Tahlee on the northern shore of Port Stephens.
The Old AACo Road dates back to 1826 when convicts used the track to walk to work on the first AACo Farm. Since then it has been a bush track, the main road between Karuah and Tahlee and now, once again, a bush track.
Dr Karl K. (ABC) discusses a research finding that some people can have a delayed reaction to a paralysis tick bite. An allergic reaction to meat can occur one to six months after being bitten. As paralysis ticks are endemic to the east coast this may be of interest.
Information Session 26/9 4-6pmsiriusWed, 18/09/2013 - 4:29pm
Great Lakes Council is undertaking a comprehensive Stormwater Management Plan for North Arm Cove in conjunction with Consultant BMT WBM of Newcastle. The study area is shown below.
The village is situated on an historic subdivision designed in 1917 by Walter Burley Griffin of Canberra fame. In the past strategic planning and development has been impeded by factors including government policy, transport, infrastructure, and social and environmental conservation considerations.