Ro -Trees


This project is jointly sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chatswood, Sunrise and Willoughby City Council ,UGLA and Gwydir Shire Council and is a continuation of the Friendly City Relationship.

The 25th May was the date set for the second round of planting for this Project. Councillor Catherine Egan joined members of Bingara Lions Club and the wider community to plant 55 trees on All Nations Hill. Council staff prepared the holes and laid water, the planting went off without a hitch. I am happy to report the trees are doing well. The preparation done by GSC staff will enable further plantings to happen with ease. These plantings will further enhance All Nations Hill, a wonderful open space on the southern entrance to Bingara.

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Case Studies of Recently Completed Projects/events

Case Study - 'Let's Bust It'

Case Study - Mythbusting Organics

Case Study - Upper Bingara Riparian Restoration





   Farms in Focus


The farms in focus brochurs have been developed to showcase some of the interesting and unknown activites that families and businesses have undertaken throughout the Gwydir region. Take a look at what has been going on in our area...




 Increasing Carrying Capacity: Ian and Debora Armstrong, 'Arabanoo', Bingara NSW >> PDF




  Rejuvenating Beaufort: John and Jill Herring, 'Beaufort', Bingara NSW >> PDF 




  There Has To Be a Better Way: Ran and Jenny Mitchell, 'Leyland', North Star, NSW  >> PDF




  Maintaining The Balance: Don, Gay and Jason Mack, 'Mitiamo' and 'Berrybank', Bingara, NSW  >> PDF




A Showcase of Future Agriculture: The Living Classroom, Bingara, NSW >> PDF

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