Native Grass Burn Boambee Headland

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Native Grass Burn Boambee Headland

IF CONDITIONS REMAIN FAVOURABLE, THIS PREVIOUSLY POSTPONED BURN HAS NOW BEEN SCHEDULED TO COMMENCE FROM 8am WEDNESDAY 8 AUGUST 2018.

National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), Coffs Harbour City Council, NSW Fire and Rescue and Rural Fire Service will join forces with Gumbaynggirr firefighters from the Durrandar Wajarr team to conduct an ecological and cultural burn on Boambee Headland.

An earlier burn was carried out successfully on Macauleys Headland on 14th May 2018.

There will be officers present at the burn locations to ensure the safety of community members during the burn.

A map of the burn area can be seen below.

Boambee Headland:

BoambeHdlburnmap.jpg

For further information contact Council's Technical Officer on 02 6648 4541.

Further information about the burn can also be found on Council's News site here.