Oaks Estate Progress Association, supported by Queanbeyan Landcare, and Greening Australia invite all lovers of plants and rivers join us on the morning of the 12th January for the annual ‘watering of the plants’ – your participation will ensure the grasses, trees and shrubs planted along the Molonglo and Queanbeyan Rivers continue to thrive.
Be active, support your [...]
Oaks Estate Progress Association is very pleased to announce that stage 2, of Molonglo River rehabilitation is to continue in Oaks Estate.
A recent announcement by TAMS has confirmed the continuation of the Restoration of Waterways Project. The project will see the removal of willows and other exotic species including blackberry and pyracantha along a section of the Molonglo, [...]
The Canberra Times has an article that touches lightly on the life of Bede Tongs.
The OEPA, on behalf of the residents of Oaks Estate, would like to recognise Bede for his significant contribution and support given to Oaks Estate.
Bede is a committed long time resident of the Oaks Estate community, returning in the immediate post war period where he [...]
Weed identification workshop Sat 27th October 9.30-11.30am
Oaks Estate Progress Association, is pleased to support the Molongolo Catchment Group in their ongoing work along the Molongolo River.
For those who want to help with landcare/rivercare in our area, the Molongolo Catchment Group will conduct a Weed Identification Workshop, 9.30-11.30am Saturday October 27th,
Location is at the Oaks Estate Community Hall, [...]
Would you feel good about industrial factories been built on contaminated land in your suburb – and across the road from a childrens playground. Well it seems to be happening in the village of Oaks Estate.
A recent unopposed decision by Queanbeyan City Council (QCC) has meant just that.
As part of a recent LEP process, Railcorp through the QCC sought to have [...]