Final working bee 2017


Volunteers and National Parks staff made a huge 2-day bee to replace decking on western side, and oil and paint as necessary. You beauties!!!

Ada talks to the converted


Ada again gave an informative update to NPA members at their Friday Environment Forum

September over-night working bee weekend


Charlie and Jeff spent the weekend catching up with odd-jobs - there are plenty if you would like to join in.

Working bee stays overnight


Permission gained for some number of the working crews to camp in the accommodation to enable extended working bees. The first was very successful and enjoyable

Renovating continues at Kinaba

Paintings all done. Our wonderful team of volunteers are back busy oiiling boardwalks, viewing room floor, cleaning accommodation area walls, and attaching awnings to restored toilet windows.

You beauties!!!

Council Community Project Grant successful

Mayor Tony Wellington & councillors Frank Wilkie, Ingrid Jackson and Brian Stockwell being thanked by Charlie, for the Community Project Grant that purchased the outboard motor for the Kinaba Tinny.

13th November 2016 picnic and working bee at Kinaba

Meet at the Boreen Point boat ramp at 8am or at Kinaba from 8.30am. If you require transport, please contact Charlie


and if you have room on your boat for extra travellers, please contact Charlie, by Friday 11th November.


Bring your picnic lunch, and tea, coffee and barbeque will be available all day.


Wonderful combined picnic at Kinaba


On Saturday 9th July, 80 people met at Kinaba to celebrate NICA's 20th year, FOK's winter picnic and a grand get-together to enjoy the building and surrounding area, and hear from John Olds, Steve Price, Tony Haslam and Ada Medak. Great speakers with great information at a great spot. 

Remember - 9th July picnic at Kinaba

Just a friendly reminder for you to let us know if you will be able to attend the Special Event Kinaba picnic in association with Noosa Intergrated Cathcment Association (NICA) on 9th July 2016.

May Kinaba working bee


Working as hard as ever - this time to change to the new National Parks Colours
- not quite mission brown.


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