CAPE PATERSON

RESIDENTS AND RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION

 

 Workiing bees have been cancelled until further notice in response to the COVID 19 Virus outbreak.

Weather Forecast

Iuk Eel Season [Mar]

Hot winds cease and temperatures cool.  Iuk (eels) are fat and ready to harvest.

Binap (Manna Gum) is flowering.

Days and nights are of equal length.

Lo-An Tuka, the Hunter, is the star Canopus, seen almost due south at sunset.

Seven Seasons of the Kulin People

Artist - Karina H McInnes
Source - Museum Victoria

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Working Bee 13 October 2018

FrontAbout 20 enthusiastic volunteers (some first timers too!) came out for a fun morning removing sea spurge from around "F" break beach (end of Wilsons Rd) and towards 2nd Surf.

We were mindful of the hooded plovers around, either staying close to the water line, or staying up in the sand dunes.

 

Click on the title to read more and look at the photos.

 


 Thankfully the sea spurge management we have implemented over the last 4-5 years is paying off. We were only finding seedlings, and they were for the most part few and far between.

A successful working bee, when everyone is smiling you know you are onto a winner!!!

 

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CPRRA Members

Membership is open to any person who supports the purposes of the Association is eligible for membership, provided they are:
a) a resident of Cape Paterson; or,
b) a ratepayer of the Bass Coast Shire owning property in Cape Paterson; or,.
c) support the purpose of the Association.

To join, simply fill in the Membership Application on the left and pay the membership fees.

You can download the Rules of Association by clicking here

CPRRA is a not-for-profit
incorporated association