A draft Conservation Management Plan for Ninney Rise has been released, describing the history and significance of the place and proposing policies for its conservation and appropriate development. Ninney Rise is the heritage-listed Bingil Bay home of reef and rainforest conservation pioneers the late John and Alison Busst. The draft plan can be viewed at www.ninneyrise.com and Wongaling Library. Comments are invited and should be emailed to email@example.com by 15 April.
In other news, FoNR are honoured to accept Queensland Government’s offer of trusteeship of Banfield’s Grave on Dunk Island, following JCU’s relinquishment of the role.
Ninney Rise is not currently open to the public for visitation.
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.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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