Bring your children, or grandchildren on an excursion to see fossils of the Perth basin during the next school holidays. The Earth & Planetry Manager at the WA Mueum, Geoff Deacon, will show us how to collect our own fossils from Tim’s Thicket and visit Living Fossils of Clifton Lakes and Lake Walyungup whilst visiting and learning about the Pinnacles of the Southwest. This is a family event so bring a picnic and make a special day to remember.
Date Tuesday 11 October 2011
Time at 8.30am for an 8.45 start
Location Dawesville Bypass and Tim’s Thicket Road West
RSVP Monday 10 October telephone 9427 2719 or email
Just thought I would let you know what is happening at the Herron Quarry.
Work has started on the bunds, on which WA Limestone, have just knocked a whole lot of large trees.
I got some photos sent them off to DEC.
They have allocated a number for investigation.
I contacted a Mal Wright this morning, he is waiting for information, from SAT and the Appeal Convenors office before organising an inspection of the property in the next couple of weeks.
By then all the trees will be knocked over.
This is message for everyone living around the Herron Quarry.
Today, Wednesday 7 September, a very large bulldozer was delivered today. We think activity may start on Monday. Keep an eye open to see they are not causing too much noise and dust.
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