Improvements destined for Commonwealth Park

MEDIA RELEASE

Wednesday 5 December 2018

Improvements destined for Commonwealth Park

Works underway to ensure the bells ring on!

 

The National Capital Authority (NCA) is delighted to have experts from John Taylor and Co visiting from the UK to commence works in preparation for the restoration of the iconic Carillon Bells.

Control Burn at Yarramundi

 

The National Capital Authority (NCA) advises that a controlled burn will occur between  10.00 am and 4.00 pm, Saturday 6 October 2018 at the Yarramundi Grasslands, adjacent to Lady Denman Drive (weather dependent). 

Interpretive works on Blundells Cottage to provide insight into the past

TODAY, the National Capital Authority (NCA) announced that landscaping and conservation works had commenced at the historic Canberra attraction, Blundells Cottage (the Cottage).

Illegal fishing enforcement blitz begins on ACT waterways

TODAY, the ACT Government in partnership with the National Capital Authority (NCA) and the Canberra Fisherman’s Club urged Canberrans to report sightings of illegal ‘opera house’ style fishing nets in ACT lakes, rivers and streams as ACT

Partial road closure – Lady Denman Drive

The National Capital Authority (NCA) wishes to advise motorists and other road users of temporary lane closure and pedestrian path at Lady Denman Drive to finalise works on Scrivener Dam.

 

Marking Canberra’s first Reconciliation Day

The National Capital Authority (NCA) will be marking Canberra’s first Reconciliation Day with ‘A New Day at Reconciliation Place’ community event, which will include a traditional welcome, a smoking ceremony and an Indigenous dance performance.

Redevelopment set to revitalise one of Canberra’s favourite attractions

TODAY, the National Capital Authority (NCA) announced that works had commenced on the redevelopment of the National Capital Exhibition (NCE) at Regatta Point. Works to the site began late last month and doors are expected to reopen in September 2018.

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