Kissing Point - September CITO Week 2018 [Putney]
Acknowledgement of Country
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which the event is located, the Wallumedegal (Wallumattagal) people of the Darug Nation. We also would like to pay our respects to their Elders - past, present and emerging.
The entire stretch of land along the northern side of the Parramatta River was occupied for many thousands of years by the Burramattagal, Toongagal, Wallumedegal, Wangal, and Wategora Aboriginal peoples. The river was an important source of food and a place for trade.
For the 2018 September CITO Week, the geocaching community is invited to take part in a Cache In Trash Out (CITO) Event at Kissing Point Park in Putney.
- Location: Kissing Point Park
Waterview Street, Putney NSW 2112
- Date: Sunday, 23rd September 2018
- Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Bring: strong gardening-type gloves, sunscreen, water and enclosed shoes. It is also recommended you wear a long sleeve shirt, pants and a hat. Wet weather gear is also suggested in case of inclement conditions.
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We will meet at the posted co-ordinates and split into groups to tackle the park and stretch of the Parramatta River. The CITO Event should last for about an hour and we will take a group photo at the end. You are welcome to continue cleaning up the site after the official event ends.
This event is supported by Clean Up Australia and it has been registered on their site as a private event.
Arrangements have been made with Ryde City Council to pick up and dispose the trash we collect on the day.
Please post your 'Will Attend' log if you are able to lend a hand and we look forward to seeing you at the CITO Event. All are welcome.
||Did you know, NSW has a geocaching association? Geocaching NSW aims to enhance and improve the activity of geocaching and holds regular events where geocachers meet to enjoy their common interests. Visit the association website.