McCauley’s Beach

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Last beach front lots expect to fetch big bucks at McCauley’s

STOCKLAND will release the final beach-facing lots at its McCauley’s Beach residential estate at Thirroul on Saturday July 21. The final five east-facing lots are located along the closest boundary to the ocean and Stockland’s general manager of NSW residential development Matthew Mears said the oceanside location of McCauley’s Beach has attracted a broad range … Continue reading

Bushcare volunteers soldier on despite guerrilla campaign

By MICK ROBERTS. THE Sandon Point Bushcare Group gather at Sandon Point this Sunday as the guerrilla campaign against more than 15 years of voluntary work in the area continues unabated. The group will gather this Sunday on the southern side on Sandon Point from 10am, finishing around midday and later gathering at McCauley’s Beach … Continue reading

Environmental terrorism declared on Bushcare sites

By MICK ROBERTS. ENVIRONMENTAL terrorism has been declared on Bushcare sites in the Bulli area with a determined assault on beachside plantings, threatening sensitive coastal vegetation and destroying years of voluntary work. The Bulli Times can reveal that a coordinated assault by a group of local residents has been underway on bushland restoration work from … Continue reading

Wetland Bushcare plantings this Sunday

BUSHCARE will be held at Sandon Point and McCauley’s Beach, Bulli this Sunday from 10am until midday. Weeds, such as morning glory, lantana and cape ivy, that are strangling native plants on the embankment near the trig station and boatsheds, will be removed. Later in the day at 2pm native grasses, rushes and sedges will be planted … Continue reading

Bushcare at Sandon this Sunday

BUSHCARE at Sandon Point and McCauley’s Beach will be held on Sunday at 10am and 3pm. The day will involve weeding, including removing coastal morning glory away from native plants near the ‘trig’ station at Sandon Point. At McCauley’s Beach there will also be weed removal from vegetation near Hewitt’s Creek.

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