Day: 24 October 2017

Equipment for loan to members

400L trailer-mounted spray unit – 4m boom, 50m hand spray line.
2 x Kidney tree seedling buckets with straps
2 x Potti putki tree seedling planters
2 x Georges tree seedling planters
60L motorbike-mountable spray unit, fits most quad bikes
1 x Rabbit burrow smoker

Further info, talk to Trevor 5265 6126

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Equipment for hire

We have various equipment available for use by Members.

They include:
400 L Trailer-mounted spray unit
2 x Kidney tree seedling buckets with shoulder straps
2 x Potti putki tree seedling planters
2 x Georges tree seedling planters
60 L motorbike mountable spray unit
1 x Rabbit burrow smoker

For further info talk to Trevor 5265 6126

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Books of the Barrabool Hills

Books of the Barrabool Hills

 

The publications listed below were not necessarily written about the Hills, but some reference is made in all of them to the Barrabool Hills and their surrounds:

Barrabool, Land of the Magpie” by Ian Wynd, 1992, published by the Barrabool Shire.

Intimate Landscapes” by Fred Kruger (photograher), 2012, published by National Gallery of Victoria.

Minnie, Memoirs of a Squatters Daughter” , by Mary Emily Susannah (Minnie) Brewer. 2005, published by Lois Dean 2005.

Gnarwarre History and Recipe Book“, by Nola Noble and Flora Weaven circa 1998.

Early Murgheboluc“, by Irene Sarah Venters 1990, published by John Garner Bookcrafts, Geelong.

A Changing Landscape, Celebrating Landcare in the Barrabool Hills“, Booklet by Kaye Rodden 2010, published by Corangamite Catchment Management Authority.

John Muston, Draper, Squatter, Speculator in Colonial Australia“, by Robert Wuchatsch 2017, published by Stony Rises Run Corangamite Catchment Management Authority.

Barro-abil, Our Beautiful Barrabool Stone”, by Jennifer Bantow and Ros Lewis 2017, published by the authours.

We are attempting to compile a list of publications which contribute to building an historical picture of the Barrabool Hills. If anyone has books or photos to add to this list, I would be very pleased to hear from you.

Brent Rodden, e:  barraboolhillslandcare@gmail.com

 

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