Kinaba News

great-team
17 Feb 2016

A great working bee replacing louvres, adding insect screens, and removing cobwebs, with guest worker Councillor Joe Juresevic assisting and enjoying the cameraderie and morning tea.

22 Nov 2015

A picnic with a difference. After tea coffee and breakfast, Steve, Kieran and Blair from Parks took us for a guided tour of the new upgrade to the Figtree Point camping and day-use area. It's worth a visit.

20 Oct 2015

The result of all their careful preparation and painting - a really nice display area. Thanks Friends of Kinaba

19 Oct 2015

On Monday 19th October, Ada spoke to NICA members about the progress of the Friends of Kinaba project, and their continuing enthusiasm to have the Centre re-opened as an Information and Visitor Centre. She spoke eloquently and accompanied her talk with a slide show of the project and the surrounds.

06 May 2015

A small group of volunteers have changed this room into a bright space for displays in one morning at Kinaba. 

kinaba-picnic-spot
06 May 2015

Sunday is the perfect day for a picnic at Kinaba. Please come and enjoy the beauty.

Our next byo Kinaba breakfast picnic will be on Sunday 17th May, meeting at the Boreen Point boat ramp rugged up and ready to depart at 7am.

The February Bee
25 Feb 2015

At last after the third attempt, the valiant volunteers wielded their paintbrushes in the direction of the ceilings and verandah posts.

November 2014 picnic poster
12 Nov 2014

Our next byo Kinaba breakfast picnic will be on Sunday 30th November, meeting at the Boreen Point boat ramp rugged up and ready to depart at 7am.

If you have a boat and can take a few extras click here.

If you need a lift click here.

mission-brown-again
16 Oct 2014

The latest working bee was held on Thursday 16th October.  6 busy workers....painting, repairing and flashing....(that's roof flashing ). Mike Breid mentioned us on Community radio - thanks Mike.

27 Jul 2014

More cleaning, scrubbing and painting at Kinaba, and every working bee makes such a difference to the feel and look of the building.  It's wonderful to see the building being looked after.  

The volunteers have so far replaced all timber joists, facias, posts and railings that were needed, and with more elbow grease, the building is looking more clean and tidy and spruced up at each visit.  Well done!!!

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