2022 in review
Friends of Ninney Rise
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The Friends of Ninney Rise are very saddened at the passing of our President, Suzie Smith on 27th December.
Suzie will be greatly missed.
A memorial will be held at Ninney Rise at a date to be announced.
Thanks to Wildlife Queensland for this tribute to Suzie.
This is the second edition of the Different Drum, a periodical newsletter to capture the unique features of the Cassowary Coast and points of interest or concern to the residents.
DO YOU HAVE A STORY TO TELL?
In celebration of our diverse natural environments within the Cassowary Coast, we would love to hear your stories
It could be what contributes to your sense of place or to your community identity; or it could be an activity that contributes to an eco sustainable future.
After the meeting, members of Ninney Rise along with invited guests toured the rooms of Ninney Rise and had afternoon tea on the verandah.
Special thanks to Ilse Matheson, Margie Flaherty and Chris Hunter for their volunteer work, ensuring Ninney Rise looked its best on the day.
By Professor Iain McCalman, Co-Director of the Sydney Environment Institute
Published 26 September 2018
Sydney Environment Institute's Iain McCalman, shares the story of how poet Judith Wright’s small community coalition helped win the First Reef War, and reflects on what lessons we can learn from that victory, for today’s fight for the Great Barrier Reef.
Ninney Rise is for hire for limited functions. All enquires to
the secretary, Sandal Hayes
T. 0418 508 349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FoNR is run entirely by volunteers and we endeavour to answer your enquiry as promptly as possible.
Ninney Rise is not currently open to the public for visitation.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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