As devastating bushfires continue to cause unprecedented destruction across the country, the need to protect our precious green spaces and mature trees for communities and wildlife is even more important.
The Andews Government’s arrogant commitment to uncessarily raze the entire park (Gandolfo Gardens) in the context of a bushfire and climate emergency is unconscionable.
Will you come to our Community Festival and Camp In at Gandolfo Gardens from 4pm, Saturday 18 January?
We’re thrilled to announce that local comedian and activist, Rod Quantock, will be speaking at the festival, plus politicians (TBC), and locals.
We’ll also have musical performances from local musos, plus kids’ activities, including twilight story telling.
And we’ll be running a range of workshops and info sessions for people to find out more about the project and campaign.
Download the Community Festival Flyer
This event will be safe, family-friendly and open to everyone from young to old.
Both council and the police have been advised of the festival and camp-in. The police will stop by every now and then to make sure everyone is safe and well.
We have organised toilets, which will be located close to the site, so no need to worry about this.
What to bring
Tents! Bring a spare. The more tents erected, the better the media pictures will be!
Sleeping bag and pillow
Torches (or bike lights)
Picnic (for the festival)
We need you there!
What: Community festival and camp-in (Facebook Event)
When: from 4pm Saturday 18 January 2020 (plus an overnight camp)
Where: Gandolfo Gardens
For more info and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event page.
Note: strictly a non-alcoholic event