Black Gully Music Festival 2022
10am SAT NOV 9th

Every year Armidale folk gather at Black Gully (behind NERAM) to celebrate community, music and biodiversity
Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
Lightbulb Moments
Take control of your electrical use & costs with this Resource Guide Online PDF and Print PDF for welfare agencies to assist clients, colleagues and community.

Habitat

Wildlife Habitat Group (WHG) was initially formed to preserve wildlife habitat through a focus on iconic species preservation, initially the koala, within the urban and peri-urban areas of Armidale and across the Armidale Regional Council area. Recently our concerns have come to include groundwater management and river-care and nature play.

As pressure increases on native populations through climate change and land-clearing for housing and agriculture, WHG plans to work with relevant bodies to inform and educate about the importance of conserving our native fauna and flora using a range of strategies and to develop productive links with other like-minded groups.

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2024 Wild At Art competition

2024 Wild At Art competition

We’re excited to announce the 2024 Wild At Art threatened species art competition for kids opens on 17 June! Australia’s biggest threatened species art competition is a fun opportunity for children aged 5-12 to use their creativity to raise awareness and help protect the unique plants and animals they love. Since its inception, Wild At Art has [...] full article »

NCC: Regional Conference 2024

NCC: Regional Conference 2024

[ Saturday, 1 Jun to Sunday, 2 Jun. ] It is soon time to get together for our Regional Conference. Each year we organise a big convergence for those who care about nature and climate in a different region of NSW. We are excited to announce that this year’s conference will take place in the Hunter and Central Coast – a place known for beautiful beaches, [...] full article »