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Art in the Forest

The popular Kids Time Art in the Forest will be held at The Hut on Thursday 14 December from 9.30 - 11.30 am. Children (5 -11 years) will participate in art activities using natural materials, and inspired by the forest environment at The Hut. Art works will include Christmas gifts, decorations or cards. Bookings are essential, and the booking form will be uploaded shortly. For more information, ring Rachel on 0439 093 899. 

Art in the Forest

The popular Kids Time Art in the Forest will be held at The Hut on Thursday 14 December from 9.30 - 11.30 am. Children (5 -11 years) will participate in art activities using natural materials, and inspired by the forest environment at The Hut. Art works will include Christmas gifts, decorations or cards. Bookings are essential, and the booking form will be uploaded shortly. For more information, ring Rachel on 0439 093 899. 

Foxes that Fly - School Holidays

KIDS TIME ACTIVITY: FOXES THAT FLY

The September school holidays Kids Time event focused on 'Foxes that Fly'.  The children learned about their anatomy, diet and behaviour.  They even created the environment that Flying Foxes need to continue their valuable work of pollinating and propagating our native forest trees.

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KIDS TIME ACTIVITY: FOXES THAT FLY

It's time to book for our upcoming Kids Time activity Foxes that Fly, to be held on 29 September from 9.30-11.30 am. 

Learn about the natural history of flying foxes and their important role in preserving Australian native forests. Through role play, explore the impact of human activity on these animals, and how we can help to conserve them.Come and see the Queensland Museum exhibits on Flying Foxes and learn of why they are so important to the health of our forests.

See the calendar for more details.

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Taringa Tricare Development

Taringa Tricare Development

Below is a link to details on the large Tricare development at Taringa (the former Sullivan Nicolaides site). If clicking on it does not take you to the site automatically, copy and paste the address into your browser.

http://www.yourneighbourhood.com.au/residentialcare-retirementfacility-taringa/

You can also look at the Development Application in detail on the Council's website - address below.

https://pdonline.brisbane.qld.gov.au/MasterViewUI/Modules/ApplicationMaster/default.aspx?page=wrapper&key=A004685563’.