Sydney Region Branch: Conservation Conversations

Sydney Region Branch: Conservation Conversations

You are invited to connect with NPA members and friends in a stimulating evening of conservation talks that celebrate our natural world and inspire new ways to experience our country.

This will be the second Conservation Conversations event hosted by Sydney Region Branch of NPA.

We have invited a panel of experts to share their understanding and experience of our oceans, bushland and Sydney national parks. We would be delighted to have you joins us for these talks and follow on drinks, nibbles and discussion. Bring along your friends, connect with old friends and make new friends as we learn from the experts and each other.

Date: Wednesday 20th November, 6:30-8:30pm

Venue: Manly Vale Community Centre, Lovett St Hall (272 Condamine St, Manly Vale)

Getting there

Driving: There is limited parking on side streets.

Buses: There are several bus options from the city, Manly, Warringah Mall and Northern Beaches suburbs. Plan your trip here.


Underwater Sydney, John Turnbull

Underwater Sydney, co-authored by John Turnbull and Inke Faulkner, celebrates a side of Sydney most of us rarely see. John will discuss the gems, the stories and the threats to this beautiful and fascinating environment.

National Parks not for Sale, Gary Dunnett, NPA Executive officer
National Parks are under threat from a range of commercial activities that will change boundaries and negatively impact the natural values of national parks.

Urban Bushland – Favourite walks in Sydney Metro, Peter Hay, Hornsby Shire Council

Do you want to know more about creating nature based experiences in the metro bushland? We’ll be in good hands with Peter Hayes who will share some gems. Peter was previously the manager of Royal National Park and has over 20 years experience in natural protected area and recreation management in 3 national parks agencies across Australia.


Members: Free

Non-members: $25

Donation appreciated.

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