Library Lovers’ Day, 14 February 2019, is an opportunity for libraries and library users to celebrate all the ways that love can be found in the library. Organised by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), this annual event involves hundreds of libraries and thousands of library users.
Australia Day will be celebrated across the region on Saturday 26th January with free activities and entertainment for everyone. The Ambassadors Address to be given by notable TV personality Scott McGregor.
Even today, with technological aids such as mapping and digital survey equipment, caving is an inexact science. Cave exploration is still a case of wriggling down a hole and hoping to find something! In 1860 it was far more dangerous!
All of Jenolan's caves are spectacular. Some are huge, some feature water or unusual history, some take you very close to the crystal, some are full of variety. But The Orient Cave is undeniably Jenolan's most beautiful.
At Jenolan, the main activity is exploring caves. So as visitors are often in a hurry, the enormous array of wildlife in the area around the caves tends to be overlooked. However, recently, Jenolan hosted a BioBlitz, organised by K2W Glideways, a local environmental organisation. In the full weekend of exploration, over 100 nature enthusiasts managed to spot and record a whopping 200 and more species.