What’s on this weekend in the Hornsby Shire?

September 26, 2019 |
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Wednesday 18 – Sunday 29 September

Visual Dialogues – Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre – 10:00am – 4:00pm
Visual Dialogue is a group exhibition, showcasing contemporary and traditional art in a variety of media. The work encompasses nature, the environment and personal expression in harmonious, yet individual and unique ways.

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Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 September

Cycle: Hornsby to Crosslands Reserve
Family overnighter, an easy cycle from Hornsby to camp at Crosslands Reserve. Suitable for children and families, there is a steep hill for several hundred metres out of the camping area.

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Saturday 28 September

Bird Survey *3 Events – Crosslands Reserve OR Hornsby Park OR Malton Road, Cheltenham – 8:00 – 11:00am
Join the annual Bushcare bird survey, this event is three events held at the same time at 3 different locations. Go onto the local reserves to monitor bird activities. This is your opportunity to improve your bird identification and receive practical hints on how to use binoculars.

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Sunday 29 September

Jerusalem Bay Free Guided Bushwalk 9:00am – 12:00pm *Fully booked, waitlist available
From the railway to the river, this challenging but rewarding walk starts at Cowan Station and follows a section of the Great North Walk down to the picturesque Jerusalem Bay. Descend through low-open forest, sandstone swamp and warm temperate rainforest before walking along the banks of the estuary. At Jerusalem Bay stop to take in the million dollar views before tackling the climb back to Cowan.

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World Citizenship – Hornsby Baha’i Centre – 7:00 – 8:30pm
This event is organised to raise awareness about the need to work towards world unity and to see ourselves as “Citizens of the World”. Professor Bijan Samali a lecturer at the Western Sydney University will be speaking on the night.

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