Who We Are.
The Killcare Wagstaffe Trust Inc. seeks to preserve the natural values of the area and its general ambiance, and to promote a sense of community and place .Wagstaffe Hall
To get a MAP of the area, go to the Whereis
select Bouddi as the suburb/town.
The KWT normally holds four general meetings per year.
The meetings in 2013 will be on the first Sunday of February, May, August and November at 9.30am in the Maitland Bay Centre.
Meetings sometimes include a visiting speaker. At the end of the meetings we have refreshments, giving everyone a chance to talk to members and visitors..
A committee of management meets on the intervening months.
CommitteeThe committee for 2012/13 is:-
President Mark Attwooll
Vice President Kay Linton-Mann
Treasurer David Legge
Secretary Jenette Bringolf
Committee Deb Holloman, Alan Stott, Steve Teasdell
If you would like to join the KWT (a) please fill out the
membership application form(PDF)
and post it to our secretary
Box 4009 Wagstaffe NSW 2257), or (b) email this Microsoft
or (c) come to our next general meeting and join
on the day. Current membership is a little over 200. The committee has
decided that 2, 3, and 5 year memberships will be offered.
The Maitland Bay Centre
Many of the members of the Killcare Wagstaffe Trust volunteer
Maitland Bay Centre on weekends and public holidays (11am to 3pm)
providing information about the region. For more information .......
The answers to the answers to the Killcare Wagstaffe Trust Worksheets can be found HERE.
The constitution of the KWT was revised recently and may be VIEWED
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Nature Watch Diary
The Nature Watch Diary gives community members the opportunity to record what is happening in the natural environment around us, day by day, throughout the year.
It also gives the community an opportunity to rediscover the seasonal changes and co-happenings in nature which the Aboriginal people observed and understood so well in the thousands of years prior to European impact. They will also be keeping tabs on the diversity of plants and animals within the Central Coast region.
The diary can be obtained from the Maitland Bay Centre, from the Community Environment Network (CEN), from Gosford Council by contacting the Environmental Education Officer on 4325 8175 or by downloading the diary.
The Atlas of NSW Wildlife is the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) database of fauna and flora records. It contains over one million recorded sightings, and covers all areas of NSW. It has existed in various formats since 1980. Data entry, maintenance and distribution are managed by DECC. It can be used to do a search in a local area.
If you are interested in supplying records to the Atlas, please contact the Wildlife Data Unit. If you want to submit records electronically, you can fill in the Atlas spreadsheet. Completed spreadsheets, or any queries about how to complete the spreadsheet can be forwarded to the Wildlife Data Unit.