Click here to see updated info 6/4/2021
Endeavour Energy will soon commence post bushfire vegetation management works within proximity of powerlines on Bendalong and Nerrindillah Roads. For more information click here.
In an effort to reduce the duration of general meetings, the RHVA executive has resolved that reports from executive committee members and the Yulunga Reserve Committee will be placed on the website one week before the next general meeting. This will allow people to familiarise themselves with the issues in advance and ask questions at the meeting, without time having to be spent on presentation of the report. Click here to view all reports
A team of researchers at The Australian National University are conducting a survey to understand the past and present impact of bushfires and smoke on health, wellbeing, and lifestyle. We need to hear from as many Australians as possible, both with and without bushfire experience. Your participation will help identify how to support and protect the well-being of Australians when faced with future bushfires. You could also win a $50 Prezzee card!
For more information, and to take the survey, please head to the Australian National University website.
3pm April 3rd Manyana Hall. For more details click here
Thanks to everyone for taking part in our community survey. Click here to see a snap shot of the results. We are still compiling the final details for the open ended questions (we will have them to you asap) thanks again for everyone that took the time to participate!
The Learn to Ride Circuit in the park is due to start this coming Monday, 8th February and will take approximately 2 weeks to complete. The park will be out of bounds during the construction period.
Their generous donation will go towards the purchase of a back up generator for the Yulunga Hall Click here to read the full letter from Paddy Crumlin
Click here for full plan
click here to read all the details
It’s at Cunjurong Fire Shed.
Red Head Village Association is putting together a PICTORIAL HISTORY BOOK OF THE 5 VILLAGES.
The book will include information, pictures from Aboriginal settlement till now,including chapters such as –
commercial outlets/shops in the area, fundraisers, functions, fires, cyclones, sport, environmental protests, scenery shots noting the beauty of the area.
In the near future we will reach out for old photographs/newspaper clippings of the unique history of the Villages.
More details to come.
Below is the opening of the Manyana shop, cnr Curvers drive and Inyadda.
After the summer fires ripped through and wiped out the access to Flatrock and Dee Beach we are happy to let you guys know, the beach is back and open for business. Stairs and access to both beaches are now complete.
The new speed zone on Bendalong road has come into play.
This came about from a motion put forward buy Lex Frew about 3 years ago and supported by those present as he was concerned about the devastation of wild life on the road. Sadly still happening today as the dead wombats laying on the side of the road are a testament to that.
STEPS AT DEE BEACH AND FLAT ROCK
Council has informed that these will be replaced with work scheduled to begin this week.
A message from Manyana Matters
YOU ARE INVITED TO STAND UP FOR THE ENVIRONMENT THIS SATURDAY,
Yulunga Reserve, Sunset Strip, Manyana – 10am
We have a plan so humor us and BRING A SURFBOARD. Alternatively, bring a push bike and bike lock. (Trust us on this, okay?) All will be revealed on the day. We’re going to have some fun.
This is a Covid-cool and family-friendly event. It goes without saying, wear or bring a protest sign. Dress the little ones in characters from the Aussie bush.
Why are we holding this event? Just take a look at the map of how little unburnt land surrounds Manyana! It’s time to stand up and send a loud message to our Government that we won’t tolerate any further destruction to the environment.
The developer’s consultant has advised Council that, “site set up (fencing, site sheds etc) has been provisionally programmed for 4 May 2020 and commencement of vegetation clearing on 7 May 2020.”
Senior management notified Councillors to make them aware of the imminent commencement of works.
May the 4th be with us…..
At 8 am the local community were lining up to get their clean up Australia Day bags. After the devastating fires came through I was unsure how much rubbish would actually collect. The kids and I first started at the Green Island track and I was happy to say we only found 5 pieces of rubbish and a pair of old broken crutches… With our empty bag we drove back to Bendalong to North Inyada Beach where there were already volunteers picking up rubbish. After the fire ripped through we were able to go quite deep into the bush and we filled bags and bags of empty beer bottles. On behalf of the RHVA Thanks to everyone who filled a bag (or bags).