• Sutherland Shire Environment Centre has a number of older webpages with information about issues and campaigns we’ve focused on in previous years.
  • Some of our other older webpages feature information about different Sutherland Shire bioregions:
    • Hacking River Catchment: this site was a joint project of Port Hacking Protection Society and Sutherland Shire Environment Centre, and was funded by Hacking River Catchment Management Committee. It includes issues of a quarterly newsletter, “The Port Hacking Protectorate”, which was produced by The Port Hacking Protection Society: issues online here cover the period from 1993 – 2000.
    • Kurnell Peninsula, and a more recent account of the sandmining at Kurnell here.
    • Towra Point: this Nature Reserve is protected under the Ramsar Convention as an internationally significant wetland, it features mangrove, saltmarshes, rainforest, lagoons and beaches. A diverse range of species inhabit the area, including endangered and critically endangered migratory shorebirds.
  • One of our other old campaigns was the Great Kai’mia Way, a vision of over two hundred kilometres of sustainable pathways linking Botany Bay, the Woronora valley, parts of Southern and Western Sydney, and the Illawarra Escarpment. Although the route has not been implemented in full, some sections have been enhanced due to the ideas the project inspired. For more information on the Great Kai’mia Way, and to download the final report as a pdf please see this webpage.

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