Kinaba

Great working bee 19th August 2020

What a great way to spend the morning!!!

Four boat crews headed across the Lake and one walk-in all painted, window cleaned, and did minor fixups here and there. 

Back to work at Kinaba

Back at Kinaba again last Saturday with 6 new volunteers, and a crew of 14 workers altogether, and 4 vessels to get them all to Kinaba. Painting, oiling and cleaning are always on the menu, as welll as tea and coffee and interesting conversation.

An oiling day at Kinaba

The final working bee at Kinaba for 2019 was a glorious day of oiling, painting and keeping the Information Centre clean and invitiing.

9th October 2019 working bee

birdhide-oiled

After a wet, windy crossing, intrepid volunteers oiled the new boardwalk and bird hide, painted parts of Kinaba, and cleaned windows and generally made the building look loved and refreshed.

Kinaba picnic 1st September 2019

darryl-kinaba

With guest speaker Professor Darryl Jones informing us of connections between birds, us and our environment, more than 40 people enjoyed a trip to Kinaba for the opening of the new boardwalk to the bird hide.

2019 working bees happening

Volunteers have been busy cleaning, polishing, oiling, protecting the beautiful Kinaba Information Centre. A delightful place to visit, a great  place to work. Come and visit.

Last working bee for 2018

Our wonderful team of volunteers have cleaned and maintained their way through another year. What a great bunch!!

3rd October 2018 working bee

presentation-of-dustpan

Another great day of maintenance at Kinaba, with a new highly specialised member included for window washing. Another constant volunteer donated a brand new dustpan and brush, as she has been on the end of the old one, and saw the need - terrific Sylvia - thanks.

Winter working bees in July

Over 2 week days, plenty of finishing off work has been completed at Kinaba - the display room, and the outside kitchen

Parks Principal Ranger visits Kinaba Information Centre

Ross Belcher, Principal Park Ranger visited Kinaba and spoke about National Park's current activities in the region, and also answered some interesting questions from those attending, on Sunday 3rd June.

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