CAPE PATERSON

RESIDENTS AND RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION

 

Working bees are held on the second Saturday of the month. The next working bee will be on - SATURDAY 9 February 2019.

Meet at 9am at the Wonthaggi Lifesaving Club.  All welcome.

 

Weather Forecast

Kangaroo-apple Season [Dec]

Changeable, thundery weather.  Bundjil (Wedge-tailed Eagles) are breeding. Bunjil, the Creation Being, is also referred to as the 'eaglehawk'.

Fruits appear on Kangaroo- apple bushes. Bali (Cherry Ballart) is fruiting.

Dhuling (Goannas) are active.  Buliyong (bats) are catching insects in flight.

Days are long and nights are short.

Seven Seasons of the Kulin People

Artist - Karina H McInnes
Source - Museum Victoria

 

 

Who's Online

We have 18 guests and no members online

2010-11 Coastcare Community Project

The 2010-11 project combined community volunteer labour with a $22K DSE Coastcare grant to leverage some $60K of equivalent expenditure.

The work is centred on six locations (see gold stars on image at right) in the central portion of the Cape Paterson Foreshore Reserve.

 

Project partners are CPRRA, WLSC, BCSC and DSE Coastcare (see image below right)

    It is funded from the Coastcare Victoria Community Grants Program, a partnership between the Victorian and Australian Governments.

    CPWG-Signage-2011-300x400-10Signage InstalledThe project objectives are:

    • Removal of 19 mature pine trees
    • Conduct training for volunteers in weed identification involving local experts.
    • Conduct community education on eradicating noxious weeds from residential gardens. Distribute pamphlets on weed identification and indigenous plants.
    • Erect educational signage at the site. Encourage the community to become involved and educated about the natural values.
    • Community weeding days to control weed infestation
    • Revegetation with indigenous plants sourced from local nursery

    A series of 12 working bees have been undertaken, supported by resources from the Council and from tree removal specialists for the cutting down of large pine trees.

    You can see more about the completed working bees by clicking on the 'completed' dates below:

     

    Grant partners200a

      1. 8-May-2010 - Completed
      2. 22-May-2010 - Completed
      3. 19-Jun-2010 - Completed
      4. 17-Jul-2010 - Completed
      5. 14-Aug-2010 - Completed
      6. 11-Sep-2010 - Completed
      7. 8-Oct-2010 - Completed
      8. 9-Apr-2011 - Completed
      9. 14-May-2011 - Completed
      10. 11-Jun-2011 - Completed
      11. 9-Jul--2011 - Completed
      12. 13-Aug-2011 - Completed
         

        Powered by Joomla! v2.5
         

        Want to help?

        If you want to help restore our local bushland, or if you have any questions, you can contact us by email by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

        CPRRA Members

        Membership is open to "residents of Cape Paterson or ratepayers of the Bass Coast Shire owning property in Cape Paterson" (Constitution §4.3).

        To join, simply fill-i the Membership Applicationon 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