Events

Eco Discovery workshops are for children, their families and volunteers. The workshops are fun and practical…a great day out for the whole family and a good way for grandparents to introduce their kids to our natural environment.

This year we’re linking up with other conservation groups in the area to explore new and exciting topics. [Click to read more…]

Please click on the weblink below to access the latest newsletter ‘Jetsam’ for Coolum and North Shore Coast Care for June 2014.

 

2014 CDCCG Newsletter for June FINAL PDF

A call for help from new volunteers by the Twin Waters Dune Protection Group for their working bees on the third Monday morning of each month. All are welcome. For more information please contact Sue by email twinwatersduneprotectiongroup@hotmail.com or MS 0402113375. A big congratulation to this group having had their first weeding held on Monday 16th June.

A note from Sue (11 June 2014) [Click to read more…]

Group Weed Yerranya April 2014 Diane G   Weekly working bees are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.   To find your local Dunal Regenerators and Bush Care Group please see the following:   [Click to read more…]

Coast Care has worked with other international students but these are from the farthest part of the world!! 18 kids plus their 6 chaperones from the African Children’s Choir and members of Cool Harmonies joined with Coolum Coast Care volunteers, Peter Brown, Birte Spenser and Diane Goodwillie to plant trees on the dunes behind Lions Park on Wed. August 28th. AFter a short talk about coastal animals and protecting the dunes, group Leader Abraham put a tray of plants on his head and led his tribe to the planting area which has been nicknamed the Africa site. The kids and adults all loved the activity but when the trees were planted they raced down the beach for a swim.  Coolum District Coast Care has donated the 2013 Coast Care calendar and spinifex stickers to take back to Africa!

The African Children’s Choir is touring Australia for five weeks to raise funds and awareness of the needs for educational support for African children.Its their first visit to Coolum and all performances have been sold out. Together with Cool Harmonies the choirs have been holding workshops and doing performances for the community and for Coolum Primary School and also they are doing a short presentation at the Christian Outreach Centre in Noosa on Sunday September 1st.

At Coolum State Primary, over 1,000 kids plus teachers and parents thundered their support for the group and raised about $800.00. One child brought his piggy bank and dumped its contents into the collection tin!! Diane worked with the Sunshine Coast Council Community Environment Staff, Nadia Joyce to organise the tree planting. Di has been hosting two girls Sarah and Alice (aged 10 and 11) plus their chaperone Jessica all from Uganda.

 

2013-05 CDCCG Newsletter – Issue 7