Work on the Camden area’s first synthetic football field, at Nott Oval in Narellan, is now complete.
Residents are being urged to keep an eye on their ponds, dams, lakes, rivers and creeks after Frogbit (Limnobium laevigatum) was discovered in the Camden area for the first time recently.
Beryl Rofe can officially say she has the best garden in Camden, after being crowned grand champion of Council’s Garden Competition.
Community sport has received even more assistance, with a number of facilities receiving recent upgrades.
Constructing high quality sporting facilities for the health and wellbeing of the community has led to Council being awarded the 2020 Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity (UNSW) Annual...
Residents are reminded to refrain from feeding wildlife at local parks and lakes and build their own natural ecosystems at home instead.
Seeking information on what you can build on your land is one step easier with Camden Council creating a website solely focused on the local Development Control Plan (DCP).
Residents can become one with nature and take up birdwatching to celebrate National Bird Week, starting from today.
Protecting and enhancing Camden’s natural habitat is high on the agenda, with Camden Council developing the Caring for Cobbitty Hills Landholder Guide recently.