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Bulletin No 279

  • Conservationist and publisher- Vale, Patrick James Marius Thompson
  • Message from the Chair
  • A wilderness life
  • Chairperson's Farewell
  • A special thanks to Keith Muir
  • The Virus
  • Wombats, Wattle, Wilderness, World Heritage & Wellbeing
  • Returning to our roots: Corporate campaigning

Bulletin No 278

  • So many questions  
  • Colong and its future
  • Thank you for your support! 
  • Notice of AGM 
  • Keith Muir retires 
  • Run for Wild Places 
  • Native Fauna of the Gtr Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 
  • Destination Pagoda global showcase 
  • Crown Lands Rejects Airfield Proposal 
  • Can it get much worse for Kosci? 
  • Wilderness and the Lithgow incinerator 
  • Featured Wilderness: Levers 
  • Urban sprawl in Royal National Park wildlife corridor 

Bulletin No 277

  • Smokescreen
  • Gardens of Stone continues to receive attention
  • Lithgow’s Gang Gang Gallery supports Gardens of Stone
  • GIVE A DAM: a year in review
  • Feral horses, fire and drought – Guy Fawkes River National Park, October 2019
  • Snowy 2.0 attack on Kosciuszko National Park
  • Old growth forests in two states
  • Camping ban part of Light to Light bid for iconic walk status
  • Mining in catchments report finds on-going damage acceptable

Bulletin No 276

  • Moffitt's celebrated at Lithgow State Mine Museum
  • Meeting dates
  • Climate change responsibility
  • Nature needs half
  • Blue Mountains World Heriage in Crisis
    • The Colong Foundation brings Warragamba Dam before the World Heritage Committee
    • No Dams policy under threat
    • Consensus ban on mining in World Heritage Areas at risk
    • The 4Nature -v- Springvale Court battle 
    • Protecting natural quiet from aircraft noise
  • Testing times for Environment Minister Kean
  • Featured wilderness - Tuross
  • National Parks converted to plantations

Bulletin No 275

  • Destination Pagoda – wins support
  • Meeting dates
  • Rescuing the Wilderness, Book Review
  • How do you GIVE A DAM?
  • Raising Warragamba Dam wall has to be stopped!
  • Giving a dam - year 12 student viewpoint
  • Guy Fawkes - featured wilderness
  • Katoomba airfield development plans
  • Stop logging public native forests
  • Scientists stand firm on effective and humane culling of feral horses
  • Milo Dunphy on not compromising
  • Privatising national parks and the loss of wilderness

Bulletin No 274

  • Nature Report NSW
  • Lithgow’s conservation unionists remembered
  • How do you GIVE A DAM?
  • AGM & Launch of Destination Pagoda
  • Centennial Coal’s plan to fix the Wollangambe River
  • Singleton Army Base brumby cull
  • 21st Century Wilderness
  • Rescuing the Wilderness
  • Burning forests worse than burning coal 
  • Rainforest to racetrack, down the Illawarra Escarpment
  • Leak inquiry discovers water losses from Sydney’s drinking water catchments
  • Congratulations Harry Burkitt – our young environmentalist of the year

Bulletin No 273

  • Heritage Horse Act is causing suffering
  • Flooding World Heritage for floodplain development just plain dumb
  • Honouring wilderness 
  • Goodradigbee – Featured Wilderness
  • Lithgow can be the new Katoomba 
  • Grasslands in peril 
  • NSW Government’s record on the environment
  • Re-imagining wilderness
  • Falls-Hotham Alpine Crossing approved 
  • The Language of Fire

Bulletin No 272

  • The Call of the Wild
  • The First National Parks
  • Why Wilderness
  • Irreplaceable Benefits 
  • Morella Korong
  • Wilderness in Australia
  • Confessions of a Happy Troglodyte
  • Sign of the Axe
  • How the NSW Wilderness Act Came About
  • MJD (poem)
  • Progress in Wilderness Protection in NSW
  • Wilderness and the Future
  • The Famous Gangerang Trip
  • Join / Donate
  • Wilderness Timeline

Bulletin No 271

  • A Dad’s Army of unionists seek dialogue to protect Lithow’s Gardens of Stone
  • Monthly General meetings
  • Snowy-hydro 2 risks significant damage to Kosciuszko National Park
  • Wild Light exhibition – A celebration of Henry Gold’s photography
  • Kosciuszko National Park in peril
  • Saving the Great Barrier Reef
  • Saving NSW Forests – an on-going process
  • The Federal Government’s Tasmanian Wilderness abuse subsidy
  • Gardens of Stone (poem)

Bulletin No 270

  • Let's think about saving wild rivers...
  • Monthly General meetings and AGM
  • Colong turns 50!
  • Thank you for your support!
  • You're Invited - 50th Anniversary Celebration Events
  • Hon. Treasurer wanted
  • Please renew your support for 2018
  • Book Review: Upland Swamps in the Sydney Region
  • Australia Needs a strategy for nature
  • Hello Lithgow! Banner Day in the Gardens of Stone
  • Austerity for National Parks golden anniversary
  • Snowy 2.0 will prop up the coal industry
  • The Nattai - featured wilderness

Bulletin No 269

  • Wayfaring in Wollemi: stories of people in wilderness - Book Review
  • World Heritage gate unlocked for Royal National Park
  • Let’s make the Gardens of Stone a world-class reserve
  • NCC Annual Conference 2017
  • Dam Madness!
  • Tasmanian Wilderness Update
  • Featured Wilderness : New England
  • NSW timber industry wants to log national parks
  • Planners support open-cut mining of unique natural heritage

Bulletin No 268

  • Introducing Harry Burkitt – Kowmung Campaigner
    Don’t Raise the Dam
  • A Spring Day In The Gardens, Banner event
  • Building a strong and sustainable NPWS
  • Our National Parks Need Protection, Not Cuts
  • Book Launch: Wayfaring in Wollemi
  • Lest We Forget
  • Gardens of Stone campaign on track
  • Royal National Park disrespected
  • Royal National Park – A Birthing Place for the National Parks Movement 
  • Implementing the Murray Darling Basin Plan

Bulletin No 267

  • Will Warragamba be Sydney’s Lake Pedder?
  • Monthly General meetings 
  • Feral Deer remain ‘game animals’
  • Pillaging the Pilliga – Again!
  • Featured Wilderness: The Pilliga
  • Clearfelling the Coast
  • Alps feral horse control at risk
  • Biodiversity Conservation or Land Clearing?
  • 4nature takes Centennial Coal to the Supreme Court
  • Slow to Celebrate Parks’ Golden Anniversary

Bulletin No 266

  • A Tourism Plan to exploit the Blue Mountains
  • Burning plastics is worse than coal
  • Book Review - Repaying my debt: A conservationist's tale, Geoff Mosley
  • Thank you for your support
  • National Parks across Australia are being targeted for development
  • Protecting Barrington South's rivers and forests
  • Tale of two mines
  • Time to retire coal fired power plants
  • Featured Wilderness - Yengo
  • Monthly General meetings and AGM

Bulletin No 265

  • Just how good are the Gardens of Stone 2?
  • Fixing the Coxs River
  • Horse riding assault on protected wilderness
  • Dr Geoff Mosley - book launch and celebration
  • The Pilot - featured wilderness
  • Gardens of Stone Celebration: a stunning success
  • Southern Escarpment under threat again
  • Perisher Resort Deal stranded without a park bench, we hope!
  • Fairmont resort builds cabin without consent on the border with Blue Mountains National Park
  • Barrington, a well-loved, World Heritage listed, wilderness forest doughnut!
  • The exploits of the NSW Government

Bulletin No 264

  • You’re invited to our Gardens of Stone celebration!
  • Register today and win a $100 dinner at Rubyos in Newtown!
  • Celebration event program
  • Alex Colley Memorial Lecture
  • Plan to stop Springvale Mine polluting Sydney’s drinking water
  • Flooding wilderness, wild rivers and world heritage
  • A tropical wilderness
  • Wollangambe River clean-up
  • Kanangra to Katoomba Walk – Not for tourists or wilderness!
  • Don’t destroy the Gardens of Stone as you drive
  • Disappearing Thirlmere Lakes
  • Plan to stop feral horses degrading Kosciuszko National Park

Bulletin No 263

  • Giving Wilderness is due
  • The Baird Government's war against Nature
  • Pells report on coal mining and swamp damage
  • Kosciuszko National Park - the heat's on
  • Federal and NSW Governments approve National Park logging
  • Featured wilderness  ... Curracabundi
  • Book Review ... Wild Swimming
  • Thank you for your support
  • New Flora Reserves for the Far South Coast
  • No Western Sydney Airport ... campaign update
  • How Photography Can Save Wilderness

Bulletin No 262

  • Help 4nature protect the Coxs River
  • NCC Annual Conference 2015
  • Wilderness supporter survey
  • Western Sydney Airport proposal – polluting and unnecessary
  • The new Blue Mountains’ environmental plan
  • Mugii Murum-ban update
  • The Deua – Featured Wilderness
  • Annual General Meeting (AGM)
  • Victoria drops 5% burning target
  • Animal property rights
  • Vale Joe Glascott (1931-2016)

Bulletin No 261

  • Mugii Murum-ban State Conservation Area: management and mining madness
  • Who Burned the Warrumbungles?
  • In Focus Photographic Competition – Update
  • Please renew your support for 2016
  • Macleay Gorges – Featured Wilderness
  • Historic Bushwalking Maps by Myles Dunphy
  • On Track: Searching out the Bundian Way 

Bulletin No 260

  • The Gardens of Stone finally getting attention (view exhibition gallery)
  • Horse riding in wilderness trial a debacle
  • Centennial Coal’s waste heap collapse and bushwalkers investigate
  • Crown land must remain in public hands
  • Threatened heritage subversion… Centennial Coal’s swamp scam
  • Burning Forests for ‘Dead Koala’ Power
  • Sports fields in Berowra Valley National Park
  • Myles Dunphy – ‘Bushwalker Extraordinaire’

Bulletin No 259

  • The Gardens of Stone: In Focus
  • Wollangambe River, fighting for its life
  • Changes to online membership
  • Wolgan Walk
  • Great Forest National Park
  • Coal industry moves goal posts and succeeds in scoring own goals
  • Tasmanian wilderness forever
  • Horseriding abuse of national parks and wilderness
  • Thirlmere Lakes – World Heritage in danger 

Bulletin No 258

  • The NSW Government’s environmental record
  • Thank you 2014 Donors
  • More than just talk, the NCC Annual Conference
  • Backfire in the bush, an update on fire management in NSW
  • Tasmanian Wilderness at Risk: A Call to Action
  • Annual General Meeting (AGM)
  • Feral horses before conservation

Bulletin No 257

  • An adventure braided into a history
  • A history of the Blue Labyrinth
  • Early National Park Zoning Map Discovered
  • More plans to exploit parks
  • Please renew your support for 2015
  • Sydney's World Parks Congress
  • Combining Wilderness and World Heritage
  • It's Time

Bulletin No 256

  • A Century of Walking the Wild
  • Feral horses starving in Kosciuszko National Park
  • Environmental Policies for the NSW Election March 2015
  • The demise of the native forest sector
  • National Parks on Trial
  • Defending the Pilliga's Conservation Reserves
  • University research reveals extent of damage to World Heritage river

Bulletin No 255

  • Tribute to Jim Somerville, AM
  • Bob Carr our new Parton
  • Coalpac Energy Security
  • Feral horses ruining the high country
  • Experimental horse riding
  • Hello from John Robens
  • Thank you Elizabeth Elenius
  • Colong Wilderness Walk - Dunphy's Kowmung Adventure Sep 26-Oct6, 2014

Bulletin No 254

  • Death of our Patron, the Hon Neville Wran AC, QC
  • Sweeping changes threaten State Forests
  • Will multinational corporations be allowed to sue?
  • Myles Dunphy, Bert Gallop & their Kowmung Adventure – October 1914
  • Miners lay siege to the Gardens of Stone
  • Federal Government abandons the environment
  • A policy to bulldoze wildlife habitat
  • Raising Warragamba Dam Wall
  • Aircraft to clog the wilderness sky

Bulletin No 253

  • Alexander Gerald Colley. Friend. Bushwalker. Conservationist
  • “They always bring too much!”
  • Proposed delisting of World Heritage Forests in Tasmania
  • Alex Colley and early days of the Colong Committee
  • Cosmopolitan Conservationists, Greening Modern Sydney – book review
  • Blue Mountains, green or black?
  • Thank you Colong Foundation Donors
  • Riders on a storm
  • Time to better protect our Special Area catchments

Bulletin No 252

  • More development threatens Jenolan Caves
  • Coalpac defeated, bring on the Gardens of Stone Stage 2
  • SUBW Nude Calendar 2014 supports the Colong Foundation
  • Fires, facts and friction
  • Please renew your support for 2014
  • NCC Annual Conference Resolutions 2013
  • The Myles Dunphy Map Project
  • The 10th World Wilderness Congress

Bulletin No 251

  • Getting to the truth on the proposed NSW planning system
  • NSW Government’s ‘mine approval policy’
  • Horse riders push for the wilderness heartland
  • Don’t burn NSW forests for electricity
  • Climate Change thinker calls for divestment
  • The Blue Mountains – my home

Bulletin No 250

  • Oppose plans for horse riding tracks in wilderness areas
  • National Park 'bashing' continues
  • Shock at damage to catchment areas
  • Planning razzle-dazzle
  • Penrith a city of a flood plain
  • Hunting in national parks unworkable
  • Cape York savanah sojourn
  • Miners continue to deny protection for the Gardens of Stone

Bulletin No 249

  • A new Planning Act for NSW
  • Why Ben Bullen State Forest should be reserved
  • Don't raise Warragamba Dam and save our World Heritage listed wilderness
  • Shooters declare war on national parks
  • Blue Mountains Heritage Assessment on track
  • 'The First National Park'
  • Tribute to Jim Somerville A.M.
  • Time for a National Wilderness Act

Bulletin No 248

  • The PAC inquiry that did not pull its punches
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Colong Foundation Donors
  • NSW Hazard Reduction Review
  • Problems with OEH Interim Corporate Plan 2012-2013
  • Colong needs more Wilderness Champions
  • Bells Line of Road - on the road to suburbia
  • Let's not get emotional
  • Tracking down the Man for Snowy River's ghost ...

Bulletin No 247

  • Sixth National Wilderness Conference
  • Human Dependence on Nature
  • Message from the past
  • The Coalpac Inquiry
  • Flooding World Heritage
  • Planning for developers
  • Tourism vs Conservation
  • Editorial

Bulletin No 246

  • A strong Federal environmental defender is essential
  • 6th National Wilderness Conference
  • The Phoney Feral hunters
  • The Gardens of Stone – a threatened wonderland
  • World heritage under attack by Root Rot
  • The Divine Right of Access: A 4-WD tale
  • A Real Celebration of Conservation – 80th Anniversary of Saving Blue Gum Forest

Bulletin No 245

  • Pine Dale – total mining madness
  • Help stop Coalpac’s plan to open-cut mine the Gardens of stone – Write a submission
  • The CoAG deal to ‘do in’ environmental laws
  • Protest against the NSW Government’s plans for horse riding in wilderness areas
  • Antarctica Forum
  • Gardens of stone: A Personal story

Bulletin No 244

  • Rewilding Europe 
  • General Meetings 
  • Annual General Meeting (AGM)  
  • A new Planning Act for NSW 
  • The Biodiversity Fund - another missed opportunity? 
  • Cabin development OK in wilderness says parks chief 
  • We're all fossil fools  
  • Vale John Hibberd 
  • Monitoring National Park KPIs on the 'Executive Dashboard' 

Bulletin No 243

  • Power Plant clean up vindicates conservation group's determined stand
  • ALP opposes Coalpac open-cut proposal
  • Introducing Alan Dixon
  • Jim Somerville - still campaigning after all these years
  • Tasmania's historic forests agreement
  • The Newnes Plateau swamp saga
  • With a fog on the hill, use a compass and take a back bearing
  • Colliery escapes a guilty verdict but ordered to pay $1.5 million compensation for swamp damage
  • Strategic Plan for coal and gas development faulters
  • Saving the Kimberley
  • The population time bomb
  • SA significantly advances Wilderness Protection

Bulletin No 242

  • A mid-winter trip to the Gardens of Stone
  • Save the Gardens of Stone - Now! 
  • Join the Colong Challenge 
  • "Underfunding and neglect" - is this the NPWS park system we love? 
  • On the wrong bike track 
  • Wanted, a new Hon. Membership Secretary 
  • Fire hits and myths 
  • "The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating". Peter Ellyard, Australian futurist.

Bulletin No 241

  • A national treasure or an industrial wasteland? You choose. 
  • The Pilliga Wilderness proposal - progress with the remaining half 
  • Gertrude Kallir O.A.M. 
  • Images of the Wild 
  • 'Climate Change Denial: Heads in the Sand' by Haydn Washington and John Cook 
  • Wilderness development oxymorons 
  • Survival of endangered upland swamps rests with us 
  • River Red Gums 

Bulletin No 240

  • NSW supports World Heritage listing for the Alps
  • New website debunks the myths about wilderness
  • General Meetings 
  • Images of the Wild 
  • Colong Donors  
  • Genowlan Mountain and Mount Airly reserved after a 30 year campaign 
  • Quarrying New South Wales must stop 
  • Yerranderie donated to the public 
  • A new threat to forests - open-cut coal mining

Bulletin No 239

  • Dunphy Wilderness Areas: Protected At Last 
  • General Meetings 
  • 2010 Colong Donors 
  • Curracabundi Wilderness recommended for protection 
  • Battle lines drawn over proposed open cut coal mine in the Gardens of Stone 
  • Spotlight on our National Environment Law

Bulletin No 238

  • Reviving the World Heritage Vision 
  • General Meetings 
  • Colong Foundation Strategic Intent 2010-2013 
  • Visitors Map for Gardens of Stone - Out NOw! 
  • Stop Press 
  • Mountain Biking in National Parks  
  • Curracabundi Wilderness 
  • New book on the Steady State Economy 
  • Wilderness and the 2011 State Election 
  • Tassie Forest Peace Plan shows the way 

Bulletin No 237

  • Captertee - Our 800th National Park 
  • Replacing Endless Economic Growth with a Viable Alternative...The Steady State 
  • Logging Endangered Ecological Communities 
  • Wild Blue Mountains 
  • Action needed to Protect the Dunphy Wilderness Areas 
  • Global Biodiversity Outlook 
  • Don't burn native forests for electricity  
  • Alpine Wilderness freed from Grazing impediment

Bulletin No 236

  • Tourist Development Bill becomes Law 
  • Red Gums Saved from Logging 
  • General Meetings 
  • Financial Report 
  • Logging devastates last koala colony 
  • Mining impact report launched 
  • Colong Report Provokes Local Anger

Bulletin No 235

  • Keneally Caves In On River Red Gum National Parks 
  • Japanese buyers could halt old-growth logging  
  • Garrett Sells Out Labor's National Park Credentials 
  • Board vacancies 
  • Don't Sell Our Parks to Cut Your Deficit 
  • Mining the Bulli Coal Seam 
  • Nullarbor Wilderness Success! 
  • Thanks to our loyal donors 
  • The first national park

Bulletin No 234

  • River Red Gum National Park 
  • Shooters' Megacomplex Thrown Out Of Court 
  • End Of Shooters' Party Push 
  • Saving The Antarctic Wilderness 
  • The Gardens Of Stone Campaign Gathers Pace 
  • Growing Opposition To Development In National Parks  
  • Wilderness And Conservation Priorities 
  • The State Plan Review, A Blueprint For More Blunders 
  • Climate Change, Biodiversity Conservation, And The Role Of Protected Areas  

Bulletin No 233

  • Last Chance for River Red Gum 
  • Hilda makes a new friend 
  • General Meetings 
  • Wood-fired power plants are not green 
  • Yengo vegetation Survey 
  • The Golden Gumtree Postal Run 
  • Helensburgh - urban sprawl flashpoint
  • Coalition defends National Parks

Bulletin No 232

  • Alex 100… his Colong Life  
  • Atmospheric Brown Clouds 
  • Tourism Bill - Ominous Cloud Over Parks 
  • Progress on wilderness protection 
  • Global warming Acidifying Oceans 
  • Seeing the Gardens 
  • Monitoring Cliff Falls? 
  • Rejection of new hunting laws could mark a political watershed
  • Carbon Smoke and Mirrors 
  • 'Vision'... What is that? 
  • Car rallies before conservation 
  • Understanding the Scenery 
  • Morton national Park and the Coast: nowra to Batemans Bay
  • Straight shooting

Bulletin No 231

  • RTA keeps rolling on 
  • Wilderness giving 
  • Colong donors 
  • Carbon Polluters reward Scheme? 
  • General Meetings 
  • Gardens of Stone undermined 
  • Sandstone plateaus, upland swamps and catchment integrity

Bulletin No 230

  • The RTA's billion dollar by-pass
  • EditorialL
  • Financial meltdown
  • Review of Federal Environmental Laws
  • Discovering Mt Yengo
  • Private development of National Parks - a losing strategy
  • Kakadudded
  • Retrospective Wilderness Posters by Henry Gold 

Bulletin No 229

  • Shoalwater Wilderness Saved 
  • 40 Years campaigning 
  • NCC Annual Conference 2008 
  • Australia's outback wilderness 
  • Support wilderness and stop the loss  
  • Bring on a Wilderness Resurgence 
  • 4 degrees 
  • Green is Good 
  • Greenland melt 
  • J G Mosley Honoured 
  • Our not so proud record 
  • Tourism versus nature

Bulletin No 228

  • Catchment Protection Code Red 
  • Parks not just "tourism assets" 
  • Wilderness Nominations... Sandon & Wooli River  
  • Only you can protect national parks... Letter writing appeal 
  • The Passes of Narrow Neck 
  • More Plans for a Newnes Expressway 
  • Climate Change... The Defining Moment

Bulletin No 227

  • Shoalwater Wilderness Saved 
  • 40 Years campaigning 
  • NCC Annual Conference 2008 
  • Australia's outback wilderness 
  • Support wilderness and stop the loss  
  • Bring on a Wilderness Resurgence 
  • 4 degrees 
  • Green is Good 
  • Greenland melt 
  • J G Mosley Honoured 
  • Our not so proud record 
  • Tourism versus nature

Bulletin No 226

  • Washpool milestone  
  • A word from the Chair...  
  • Alex Retires as Colong Director 
  • Working with Alex  
  • And Geoff Mosley writes... 
  • Bleak prospects for National heritage protection 
  • Apathy - A Time for Action  
  • Dorothy Butler 1911- 2008

Bulletin No 225

  • The battle for Deua 
  • Meeting Dates
  • 2008 AGM  
  • Introducing the Colong foundation's Draft Policy on Wilderness and fire 
  • Petition calls for "In Danger" listing  
  • 2007 Donors  
  • Net zero immigration  
  • The Truth About Wilderness Protection - Making Context Count 
  • Black Diamond Raiders 
  • It's Time 
  • New Survey - The Native fauna and Pest Species of Greater Southern Sydney 
  • Why We Need Wilderness 
  • Stand made for last Rock Wallabies on the Shoalhaven 

Bulletin No 224

  • Mining to spread across the Woronora Plateau 
  • Colong Bulletin to have new format 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Fire management gone berserk? 
  • Kossie, a long paddock no more 
  • Colong supports new policy on Aboriginal interests and nature 
  • Capertee helicopter joyflights 
  • Finding the wilderness in Tantawangalo's forests
  • Vale Vince Serventy AM 
  • Dingos control feral animals 
  • Snow job on cloud seeding
  • Book Review: The Ways of the Bushwalker 
  • NCC Annual Conference 
  • Development overrides conservation 
  • Selling off crown lands 
  • Appropriate philanthropy 
  • Trees going cheap 

Bulletin No 223

  • The Wilderness Act turns 20 
  • Kevin Rudd's Mistake 
  • RIP - Kakadu Wilderness Area (1986-2007)
  • Letting down the marshes
  • Taxing Greenhouse Emissions Boosts Economy
  • Meeting Dates 
  • NOTICE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
  • Rivers of Recovery 
  • Back from the Brink
  • Privatisation of National Park tourism facilities 
  • Threat Alert
  • The Southern Wilderness Project
  • Bring back the dingo
  • Securing World Heritage Listing For Antarctica 
  • NCC Draft Aboriginal Policy

Bulletin No 222

  • Connect to protect 
  • Can wilderness survive climate change?
  • Vale: Charles Culberg, Anna Dybka
  • Crisis? What Crisis?
  • Positive negotiation outcome for Emirates Resort 
  • Book Review: Sustainability 
  • Wilderness on Cape York Peninsula
  • Greenhouse emissions subsidised 
  • Meeting dates 
  • Bushfire in a Heating World
  • New plan removes Kakadu's Wilderness protection

Bulletin No 221

  • Emirates Resort 
  • The Leaking Catchment 
  • Colong's new chairperson
  • 20 years of Wilderness Act
  • Blue Mtns Sewage Strategy 
  • Grazing, blazing and science 
  • Two new wilderness areas
  • The Murray must flow 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Where have all the native animals gone 
  • Grose Valley Fire Forum 
  • Remembering Louise Mecallef
  • No need to assess sewage impacts says Sartor 
  • Bring back the dingoes 
  • Book Review: Habitat Fragmentation and Landscape Change
  • The Helicopter Menace  

Bulletin No 220

  • Environmental performance of Political Parties in NSW
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Lessons from the Grose Valley Fire
  • The Cause of the Symptoms
  • Aboriginal Co-management Strategy of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area 
  • Book Review: BURN 
  • A Gorilla of a Sea Rise 
  • Evidence mounts against longwall mining in catchments
  • Goobarragandra Wilderness, a haven for horses, pigs and pines?  
  • It can be done 
  • Categories review poses threat to wilderness 
  • The Emirates' smoke and mirrors accountability 

Bulletin No 219

  • A trip down memory lane
  • Independent Inquiry is needed into the Grose Valley Fire 
  • Environment Minister Bob Debus moves on 
  • Political thunderings against wilderness 
  • Book review: Terania Creek, Rainforest Wars 
  • Heritage Denied 
  • World Heritage Land Grab 
  • Damage to drinking water catchments exposed 
  • Celebration of two wilderness gifts 
  • NCC Annual Conference
  • The State Plan
  • Plans of management could be sidelined 
  • The Blue Mountains Feral Horse Control Plan 

Bulletin No 218

  • Fifth National Wilderness Conference 
  • Budget Surplus Boosted 
  • Wilderness Management in the NSW Outback 
  • Wilderness (Poem) 
  • Botanical/Ecological Significance of Newnes Plateau 
  • Friends of the Hacking River
  • Celebrating Wilderness 
  • Upper Blue Mountains Sewerage 
  • The Marshes Drying Up 
  • Position Vacant
  • Donors 
  • Far South Coast Escarpment Parks
  • Our New Office 

Bulletin No 217

  • Alex Colley enrolled in the Allen Strom Hall of Fame 
  • New hope for the River Redgums
  • Freedom from Information 
  • Henry Gold, OAM 
  • Extraordinary General Meeting 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Guy Fawkes Wilderness faces a volatile future 
  • Celebrating Wilderness, 5th National Wilderness Conference 
  • Randwick Association's World Environment Day Donation
  • Finding Common Ground
  • National Parks in the Western Division 
  • Fire Strategy for Kanagra Boyd Wilderness 
  • The case against integrated logging for woodchips
  • There is sand in other places 

Bulletin No 216

  • Government fails critical World Heritage Test 
  • Colong Foundation Moving
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Australia is Drying Up 
  • Don't Eat Your Pet 
  • Book Review: Crimes Against Nature by Robert Kennedy
  • Kakadu No Longer a Park 
  • High Fire Grazing...A Furphy?
  • An Unresponsive Lithgow Council Rejects Gardens of Stone Stage Two 
  • Sale of Snowy Hydro Corporation means an end to environmental flows 
  • RALLY to stop woodchipping of our southeast native forests
  • Antarctica is NOT for sale 
  • Celebrating Wilderness, National Wilderness Conference 2006 

Bulletin No 215

  • New Kakadu Plan reveals serious defects with leaseback parks 
  • Wilderness bushwalking illegal in Commonwealth National Parks 
  • Exhibition of Henry Gold Photographs 
  • Gift creates a Wilderness Legacy 
  • Meeting dates 
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Global Warming 
  • Don't Criticise the Government 
  • Threats to Namadgi Wilderness 
  • NGOs Count 
  • Conservation Hunting or Hunting for Preferences 
  • New Parks Announced 
  • Penny Figgis AO
  • Shooters' resort to replace Blue Mountains reserve
  • Rainforest in Crisis
  • The Purpose of Parks 
  • The Superstupid Bells Expressway proposal get dumped again 

Bulletin No 214

  • Gardens of Stone Park Proposal Stage 2 
  • Launch of GOS Stage 2 
  • Saving wilderness depends on voluntary funding
  • IUCN global mammal assessment 
  • Habitat before agriculture 
  • Action towards wilderness protection in Australia 
  • Lands Dept ignores environmental responsibility 
  • Port Hinchinbrook development axed
  • No cattle in the alps
  • Meeting Dates
  • Capertee heliport rejected 

Bulletin No 213

  • 8th World Wilderness Congress
  • Alps/Forests World Heritage Campaign 
  • Cash for Compliments 
  • Federal Govt Proposal for a Greater Alpine NP - A Critique
  • Kosciuszko Region Wilderness Nominations 2005 
  • Vale Denis Kevans
  • Wilderness Protection in South Australia 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Gardens of Stone Stage 2
  • Kosciuszko NP presented to the Premier 
  • Tallowa Dam Plan Threatens Ettrema Wilderness 

Bulletin No 212

  • Bob Carr's Legacy 
  • Southern Wilderness Nominations 2005
  • Rural Fire Services Bulldozes Six Foot Track 
  • Alpine Resorts, Not Just Perisher 
  • Park Activities Must Be Accountable
  • Rainforests Revisited
  • Sand Resource for Sale
  • Welcome Back Elizabeth
  • State of the Parks 2004 
  • Moving Pictures
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No 211

  • Wilderness in trouble in Southern NSW 
  • Only growth matters 
  • Dr J.G. Mosley AM
  • Appointment to board
  • Interference with law puts Kosciuszko under planning dictatorship
  • Lessons from geese 
  • Potoroos Matter
  • Euphemism for destruction 
  • Quarrying threat to Newnes Plateau
  • Horses out of parks 
  • Community voice muzzled 
  • Helicopters over World Heritage and Middle East oil money
  • Meeting Dates
  • The Pilliga
  • Tasmanian World Heritage on the move 

Bulletin No 210

  • Wilderness Reality
  • Dozer Watch 2003-04
  • Tourism Plans for National Parks
  • Foundation Accounts
  • Going Native
  • Unprotected Rivers
  • Saving the Whales
  • Blue Mountains Guide
  • Wilderness Misconceptions
  • Pumping Out the Newnes Plateau

Bulletin No 209

  • Geoff Mosley Targets Growth
  • Radiata Plateau Threatened Again 
  • April 22 Deadline for SE Forests
  • Expensive FOI
  • Lifestyle: Wilderness More Important Than Ever
  • In Search of Sustainability 
  • Submission: Living Parks 
  • Blue Mountains Groundwater Threatened 
  • New National Parks for South Coast
  • Vigil at Franklin Square 

Bulletin No 208

  • Saving the Southern Parks
  • Oppose Snow Clearing of Roads in the Perisher Range 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Climate Change, Worse than we thought
  • NCC Resolutions 
  • "Tales from the Wild" lunch
  • Environmental Law - A case study 
  • SE Forests National Park given a plan for its future 

Bulletin No 207

  • Tales from the Wilds 
  • Planning for profit
  • ACTION ALERT... Kosciuszko developer land grab begins 
  • Sustaining the Blue Mountains
  • MEETING DATES
  • Poisoning pristine rivers 
  • Somewhat Perilous
  • Kakadu - The making of a national park 
  • Conservation champions 
  • Science, Story and Song 

Bulletin No 206

  • Blue Mountains World Heritage 
  • NSW Land Sale 
  • The Trouble with Farming 
  • Legacy for Wilderness 
  • Criticisms of Wilderness 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Changes to Government Policy and Legislation on Threatened Species
  • With Every Step 
  • Conservation on Private Lands: The Australian Experience 
  • Additions to Blue Mountains Parks 

Bulletin No 205

  • Campaign Objectives 
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Institute Established 
  • Kosciuszko Plans for Public Comment
  • Kossie Crisis Meeting 
  • Sound Familiar? 
  • Wilderness Resurgence
  • Keith Receives Award
  • Blue Mountains NP Draft Fire Management Strategy
  • DEC's one-eyed vision for Far South Coast Escarpment Parks 
  • To save species, Save their habitat 
  • Filming Approval Bill Passed 

Bulletin No. 204

  • The Wilderness Resurgence Seminar
  • Environmental Policy Fragmented
  • Meeting Dates
  • Climate Change Technofix - Too Many Risks, ignoring the law, and no public process
  • Premier is Turning a Paler Shade of Green
  • Wilderness Threatened by Stealth

Bulletin No. 203

  • Wilderness Resurgence for the Greater Blue Mountains
  • Order Of Australia Awarded to Keith Muir
  • Feral Horse Action Alert
  • Authorities Confirm Colong’s Concerns
  • Sydney Catchment Authority Review
  • Tasmania’s Choice - Tourists or Wood Chips? 
  • NCC Annual Conference
  • Our Blinkered Economists
  • Control of Flights Over Parks
  • Visit to Southern Forests and Kosciuszko 
  • Clarence Colliery Expansion

Bulletin No. 202

  • How to Save Wilderness
  • Book Review Wild Blue
  • Real Concern or Just Another Form of Self Gratification
  • Hunters and Protectors
  • Plan of Environment Protection and Restoration of Kosciuszko National Park 
  • Inevitable Climate Change
  • Paradise Lost
  • Far South Coast National Parks Update
  • Burnt Out Parks Useless
  • Saving the Brush-Tailed Wallaby 
  • Saving the Southern Forest Icons

Bulletin No. 201

  • Indigenous Co-Management in the Blue Mountains
  • Meeting Dates
  • Giving the Lie to Lomerg
  • Few Fires Burn in Parks
  • Anti-Wilderness MP Ousted
  • Bush Massacre at Glenbrook
  • The Kosciuszko Amusement Park 
  • The Department of Environment and Conservation 
  • Miners Respect World Heritage
  • Colong Foundation Old-Fashioned
  • Don't Ruin World Heritage 
  • Keeping Tourists Happy in Kakadu
  • Berowra Valley Should Be a National Park

Bulletin No. 200

  • 200 Bulletins Honour Wilderness
  • Colong Bulletin 200
  • Profit at the Expense of Conservation 
  • Tasmania Destroying its most Valuable Asset
  • Funding Environmental Preservation 
  • Concreting the Coast
  • Griner Policy Pulled from Bottom Drawer
  • Coolangubra
  • Quarrying Valuable Scenery 
  • Mountain Journeys

Bulletin No. 199

  • The Colt from Old Regret has Got Away Again
  • Meeting Dates
  • Environmental Science Ignored by Ski Resorts
  • Restoration of the Natural Environment 
  • The Collapse of Civilisations
  • Submission on Bushfires
  • Great Barrier Reef Rezoning
  • BHP’s Dendrobium Mine
  • Donations
  • The Deua Revisited
  • Bushwalk in Green Gully 
  • Management of Special Area Catchements
  • Canberra’s Parks Under Pressure

Bulletin No. 198

  • Australia’s Attack on World Heritage Repulsed
  • Meeting Dates
  • Action Well Overdue on the Alps/SE Forests World Heritage Nominations
  • Enviro Ups and Downs
  • Namadgi National Park Risks being ‘Reinvented’
  • River Red Gums
  • New Park Additions and Forest Icon Announcements
  • Time Flannery Isn’t Helping to Save the Planet
  • Wilderness Essential for Endangered Species

Bulletin No. 197

  • Environmental Achievements of NSW Politicians
  • Green Gully Wilderness
  • Democracy Diminished
  • Paying for Conservation
  • Political Ravaging of National Parks
  • Scientific Review of Kosciuszko’s Fire Management 
  • Yengo Planning Principles and Precincts 
  • Consolidating Blue Mountains Parks
  • On the Road to Nowhere Widespread Fire Hazard Reduction Burning NOT the Answer
  • Annual NCC Conference

Bulletin No. 196

  • Reserves or Resorts
  • Parks for Mining 
  • Feral Dogs, Horses and Pigs
  • Meeting Dates
  • Fifty Million and Bust
  • Resorting to Abuse and Malpractice
  • Plans Within Plans
  • New Town Plan for the City Within a World Heritage National Park 
  • Management Plans for World Heritage Parks in Northern NSW
  • The Bells’ Superhighway
  • The ALpine Cities
  • Donations
  • Writers Against Logging
  • Myall Lakes PoM
  • Protecting Kosciuszko’s Ecology

Bulletin No. 195

  • 2002 Wilderness Decision 
  • Last Refuge for Endangered Species
  • New National Parks for Western NSW
  • The Dissolution of Wilderness
  • Wilderness Goes to NSW Ombudsman
  • State Opposition Opposes Wilderness
  • Meeting Dates
  • Book Reviews
  • Living With the Dingo
  • A Sense of Wonder
  • Black Christmas Bushfires
  • Horse Riding in World Heritage Areas
  • Return to Eden

Bulletin No. 194

  • The Dingo - Friend or Foe? 
  • State of the Environment
  • Changing of the Guard 
  • Kosciuszko Suffers as Feral Horses Put into the too Hard Basket 
  • The Dingo is Fading Away
  • Meeting Dates
  • Game and Feral Animal Act
  • Major Millenium Malfunction 
  • World Heritage Rules Defended
  • Reducing Greenhouse Emissions

Bulletin No. 193

  • Kosciuszko 
  • Green Renaissance
  • Wilderness Under Threat
  • Power of the Wild
  • Mountain Scenic Road
  • Meeting Dates
  • Weak Links in Heritage Protection 
  • Protection for Sydney’s Catchements
  • Paving Our Coastal Paradise
  • Donations 
  • The Kaputar Kafuffle

Bulletin No. 192

  • Global Warming
  • Introducing Fioan McCrossin
  • Western Woodlands Emerge from the acronym Thicket
  • What’s in a Name? 
  • Wilderness Protection on Private Land
  • World Heritage Achievements
  • Cooloola Sandmass
  • Trail Blazing in the Woila-Deua Wilderness
  • Water Conservation Saves a Wilderness
  • Gas Find a Major Threat to the Pilliga
  • Hunters and Shooters Give more Power Under “Game Bill”

Bulletin No. 191

  • Wilderness for Wildlife
  • Buying Back the Bush
  • Open Air Essays
  • Wild Rivers
  • The Dingo
  • Living with Fires
  • Revealing the Pilliga
  • A New Management Plan for the Border Ranges
  • Vehicles on Beaches

Bulletin No. 190

  • Ski Resort Laws Will Aid Developers
  • On the Boyd- 27 Years Ago
  • Southern Forests for Charcoal
  • Restructuring Park Laws 
  • Alex Colley OAM
  • Pathways to a Green Economy
  • Dendrobium approved
  • Yengo Wilderness Identified

Bulletin No. 189

  • Decibel Park
  • The Eternal Frontier
  • Meeting Dates
  • Myall Lakes Draft Plan 
  • Blue Mountains Wilderness Additions
  • Ecological Pioneers
  • Park Input into Regional Economy 
  • Parkland Acquisition Programs
  • Walking on the Far Side
  • Horse Riding and National Parks
  • Action for the Environment 
  • Multiplication of Land Clearing 
  • NCC Annual Conference Resolutions

Bulletin No. 188

  • More Good News
  • Environment Movement View on Tourism
  • Dunphy Memorial Lecture
  • Coastal Planning
  • Protection of Six Foot Track 
  • Protection for Grose Wilderness
  • Dendrobium Mining Inquiry
  • Forests for Australia
  • Northern Wilderness

Bulletin No. 187

  • Celebration and Dedication 
  • Will Bob Debus Save Wilderness? 
  • Blue Mountains Sewerage 
  • Men of Clay
  • The Valley of the Giants 
  • Donations
  • Dunphy Wilderness Fund Raising
  • Walking for World Heritage
  • Enemies of Catchment Conservation 
  • Henry Gold Photographic Exhibition

Bulletin No. 186

  • Wilderness on Show
  • Cultural Brumbies
  • High Impact Recreation Exposed
  • Profit and Loss Statement
  • Off-Road to Ruin
  • Aboriginal Wilderness Claims
  • Bushwalking Without Cars
  • Wild Willows
  • Hawkesbury-Nepean Trust Disbanded
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains Planning Controls

Bulletin No. 185

  • The Economic Benefits of Parks
  • Southern Forests- The Deal
  • Wilderness 2000 Exhibition 
  • Meeting Dates
  • The Green Vote
  • Undermining Newnes Plateau
  • Australian World Heritage
  • Fury in the High Country 
  • Slaying the Giants
  • Millennial Vision 
  • Sydney’s Catchment Dementia
  • A Dismal NPWS Southern Wilderness Report

Bulletin No. 184

  • The Cost of Winning
  • Wildlife Sacrificed to Ferals
  • The MOU Menace
  • Blue Mountains Granted World Heritage Honours
  • Lithgow Smelter Approved
  • Honours for Alex
  • Donations
  • So Long and Thanks for All the Trees
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 183

  • Wilderness 2000 Protection Plan
  • Parks for Dirt Road Driving 
  • Fires Burning
  • To Save a Species, Save a Habitat
  • Clearing Continues
  • A Wilderness Without a Core
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Surges Ahead
  • Meeting Dates
  • A Picture of Wilderness
  • Western Forests Still Cop Second Class Treatment 
  • The Anzac’s Incense
  • Environmental Smokescreen 

Bulletin No. 182

  • Liberating Our Environment 
  • Fighting for the Forests
  • Meeting Dates
  • There are Votes in Greenery 
  • Forestry Reform
  • The Wollemi Pine
  • Public Support for Forest Protection 
  • Upper Blue Mountains Sewerage Debate
  • Students and Sustainability Conference
  • The Colong Bulletin 
  • North East Wilderness Inspection 
  • The Burning Season

Bulletin No. 181

  • Southern Forest Decision 
  • Paying for Park Management 
  • Underground Wilderness
  • Parks for Stakeholders
  • Meeting Dates
  • Oyster Point Inquiry 
  • The Pure State of Nature 
  • The Earth Must Come First 
  • Donations
  • Recreation Planning

Bulletin No. 180

  • Debus Stands Firm on Horse Riding
  • Meeting Dates
  • Royal National Park Management 
  • Trading Trees for Pollution 
  • Great Unnatural Catastrophes
  • Cox’s RIver Flows Again 
  • Kinchega the Disappearing Wilderness
  • Working for the Colong Foundation 
  • Regulation of Sydney’s Catchments
  • Bulletins at War
  • Water Management 
  • Marine Wilderness Marooned 
  • CERRA Forever

Bulletin No. 179

  • Forests in the Furnace
  • Meeting Dates 
  • The Wood Fired Greenhouse 
  • Saving the Southern Forests
  • Giving Authority to the Sydney Catchment Authority 
  • Regional Plan to Secure Sydney’s Water Supplies
  • Millennium Reality 
  • New Commonwealth Low Protects Wilderness
  • Park Development Risk with New Laws
  • Kaputar Wilderness Tangle at the Crossroads

Bulletin No. 178

  • The Also Serve Who Simply Donate
  • Wilderness for the Birds
  • Book Review - Australian Geographic Book of the Blue Mountains
  • The Southern Forests Come to Town 
  • The NPWS Marketing Team
  • Forests in the Furnace 
  • Donations
  • The NPWS Wilderness Blunder
  • Forests Facts
  • Wilderness - The Ecological Bottom Line
  • Hunters in National Parks 
  • The Battle For the Bush

Bulletin No. 177

  • NSW Red Index 
  • Selling the Parks 
  • Meeting Dates
  • The Special Areas Strategic Plan 
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Nomination 
  • Horse Riding Tracks Become Mud Baths
  • Our New Assistant Director
  • Our Website
  • Queensland’s Regional Forest Agreement 
  • Bilby Reserve Project

Bulletin No. 176

  • Trees for Energy 
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage
  • Colong Funds Reinvested 
  • NPWS the Future
  • ORP and Their Friends
  • How Much Land Clearing 
  • Saving the Coxs RIver
  • The People’s Forest
  • Long Live the Bugs
  • Meeting Dates
  • Kakadu Mining Province
  • Catchment Integrity 
  • Development in Victorian Parks

Bulletin No. 175

  • World Heritage Scrutinised 
  • Wilderness 2000
  • The Democrats’ GST
  • The Kosciuszko Amusement Park Business Overrides Conservation 
  • Preserving Wilderness for All Australians
  • Budget Conservation 
  • Saving More of the North East Forests
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 174

  • Nature’s Last Refuge
  • Wilderness Program on Course
  • Dunphy Wilderness Fund
  • Greenhouse Effect Upon Us
  • Ploughing the Landscape
  • Meeting Dates
  • Asteroid Impacts Unnecessary 
  • People for Profit
  • Annual Profit and Loss Statement 
  • NSW Biodiversity Strategy 
  • Feral Control
  • Scientific Rainforest Logging
  • Expansion of National Park Estate
  • Official Recognition of the Grose At Last

Bulletin No. 173

  • The Green Exploits of Our Legislators
  • Meeting Dates
  • Election Policies
  • Border Ranges Revisited
  • Capturing the High Ground
  • Upper Blue Mountains Sewage Disappointment 
  • Wilderness Whiplash
  • Wilderness Y2K
  • Restructuring the NPWS
  • The Green Belt City 
  • Two Great Wilderness Pioneers

Bulletin No. 172

  • The Wealth Weapon 
  • Catchment Protector Created 
  • Recreation Survey 
  • Mining Council of Australia Opposes World Heritage
  • Sustainable Forestry and Selective Logging 
  • Snowy Resort Inquiry Findings “Morally Bankrupt” 
  • Jobs-A-Plenty
  • Morton and Budawang Management Dilemmas
  • The Forest Fandango 
  • NCC Resolutions

Bulletin No. 171

  • Why Save Wilderness? 
  • Explorer Country 
  • Voluntary Conservationists
  • Lawyers for Forests
  • The Realities of Land Clearing 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Forests Go into the Parliamentary Crucible
  • Kakadu Uranium Development Province

Bulletin No. 170

  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Nomination 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Some Opinions on Hichinbrook 
  • Native Title Claims Over National Parks 
  • Threat to SE Wilderness
  • Aboriginal Parks 
  • City of Green
  • A Comfortable Wilderness
  • What’s Bugging Sydney’s Water? 
  • Coal Mining Malady 
  • Green Fire 
  • Hotham Today, Kosciuszko Tomorrow? 
  • Moving Again

Bulletin No. 169

  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Listing
  • Bob Carr’s Wilderness Protection Program
  • Donations
  • Eden Forest Test
  • Threats to the Blue Mountains National Park 
  • New Plans for Mountain Parks
  • The Millenium Bug 
  • Indigenous Wilderness
  • The Altar of Growth

Bulletin No. 168

  • Murramarang NP Management 
  • The Burning Question 
  • Wollemi Wilderness Protection Supported 
  • Alex Muir Art Exhibition 
  • SE Forests Decision 
  • Commonwealth Environmental Powers
  • Sydney Water Land to Become National Park 
  • Corporate Abuse of National Parks

Bulletin No. 167

  • Park Users Pay Park Developers
  • Decibels Over the Mountains
  • The Watch Dogs Bite
  • Conservation’s Poor Relation 
  • Meeting Dates
  • The Management of Murramarang
  • The Telstra Slush Fund
  • Warragamba Spillway Approved 
  • Planning Disintegrates 
  • The Helicopter Menace
  • Olympic Heritage
  • The 1997 Abuse Oscar

Bulletin No. 166

  • Finance for Campaigning
  • Wild Places (Book Review)
  • Marketing Park Integrity 
  • Meetings Claim Parks for Nature
  • Carbon Emissions and Sinks
  • Meeting Dates
  • Donations 
  • Wilderness- The Hard Yards
  • No Shacks in the ‘Blungles Please!
  • Park Access Submission 
  • NPWS Draft Nature Tourism and Recreation Survey

Bulletin No. 165

  • National Parks at the Crossroads
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Parkland Real Estate
  • NPWS Pest Management 
  • Noisy Parklands
  • Photographic Art Exhibition 
  • Conservation Policy Eroded 
  • Thurat Spires
  • Why Parks? 
  • Wollemi Wilderness
  • Park Development Boom 
  • How Many Trees? 
  • Parks for Wilderness 
  • Wilderness Flight Paths

Bulletin No. 164

  • Eighty Years of Conservation 
  • Meeting Dates
  • ORV Stalwarts
  • Nadgee Protected 
  • Back From the Brink 
  • Colo Wilderness Nomination 
  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage 
  • Farmers’ Conservation Policy

Bulletin No. 163

  • Wilderness War II 
  • Winter Wilderness Magic
  • Help Save the Wollemi Wilderness
  • Budgets 1997
  • Meeting Dates
  • Experimental Mismanagement 
  • Factor Four
  • Licensed to Burn 
  • Pest Species Management 
  • Environmentally Friendly Uranium Mine 
  • Photographic Exhibition 
  • Donations 
  • Mozzie Repellant

Bulletin No. 162

  • Resorts of Parks
  • Meeting Dates
  • Aboriginal Reconciliation 
  • Retreat Australia Bare
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • AEAM What Does it Mean? 
  • A Royal Shack Shambles 
  • Special Catchments 
  • Mediocre Management 
  • Tourism 2000

Bulletin No. 161

  • Commercialisation of Parks
  • Free Consultation 
  • Protection of Wild Rivers
  • Airport Solutions
  • Barraba Track to Nowhere
  • Meeting Dates
  • Victorian Parks in Crisis
  • The Enemy Within 
  • Milo Said it All
  • Down with the Greens
  • Politics of Dam Raising 
  • Living Beyond Our Ecological Means

Bulletin No. 160

  • Meeting Dates
  • Pass the Ammunition 
  • Heritage Views 
  • NCC Conference Decisions
  • Aboriginal Lands Finance
  • Solution to Airport Woes
  • Second Spillway
  • Donations
  • Hinchinbrook
  • National Park Ownerships
  • Future for Kakadu
  • Victorian National Parks
  • Kakadu Lost
  • Low-Flying Over Clyde

Bulletin No. 159

  • Forest Reserve Plan
  • Parkland Real Estate
  • Support for Wilderness
  • Park Roads
  • Wilderness and Nature Conservation 
  • Mining Perestroika
  • Endangered Species Laws
  • Aerial Degradation of Wilderness
  • Wilderness and Forest Protection 
  • Coalition Government Environment Policy
  • Australia’s Eucalypt World Heritage

Bulletin No. 158

  • Wilderness Resource Cornucopia
  • NPWS Anti-wilderness Assessment
  • Anti-Conservation Coalition 
  • Saving the Forests
  • Meeting Dates
  • Logged Old Growth Forests
  • No Second Airport for Sydney 
  • City in a Park 
  • World Heritage Devalued

Bulletin No. 157

  • Chairman’s Annual Report
  • Donations
  • Letter to Director
  • Forest Reserve Plan 
  • More Roads, Less Wilderness
  • Why Wilderness? 
  • Gardens of Stone
  • Jeff Rigby Art Exhibition 
  • Development in Warrumbungle NP

Bulletin No. 156

  • Milo Kanangra Dunphy
  • The Forest Peace Process
  • The Battle to Preserve Wilderness
  • Environmental Geologists 
  • Environmental Liaison Officer 
  • The Way Forward
  • Kanangra Lodge
  • The 4WD Assault on Wilderness 
  • Milo Dunphy - A Memoir
  • Bongil Bongil 
  • Income and Exp. Acct.

Bulletin No. 155

  • Party Nature Conservation Policies
  • The Edge
  • Grose Wilderness
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage
  • Park Lands Abuses Stopped
  • Goodradigbee and Boyd Wilderness
  • New Forest Parks
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 154

  • Reports on Parks and Aircraft Noise
  • The Environmental Role of Science
  • Donations
  • State Government Conservation Policy
  • NCC Supports Colong Foundation 
  • Walking in Warragamba Catchment Now Almost Legal
  • The Abuse of National Parks 
  • The Wild West Show

Bulletin No. 153

  • The ACRONYM Jungle
  • Thanks for Bequest
  • RNP Heritage Items
  • Abuse of Public Land
  • Environmental Mining 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Forestry Economics 
  • Warragamba Catchment Management 
  • Wild Economics
  • Where Bushfires Start
  • Blue Mountains Environment Summit
  • Politically Acceptable Logging 
  • Enemies of Progress

Bulletin No. 152

  • Warragamba Dam Proposal
  • Lake Pedder Inquiry
  • Environmental Mining
  • Bushwalking in Blue Mountains Outlawed 
  • Aerial Degradation of Parkland
  • Wilderness Photography, an essential Campaign Tool 
  • Protecting the Future
  • Early Conservationist

Bulletin No. 151

  • Chairman’s Annual Report
  • Donations
  • Geological Evolution of the Blue Mountains
  • Delineation of Wilderness
  • Meeting Dates
  • Meeting the Carr Government
  • Labor’s Wilderness Moratorium
  • Lessons for Future Eaters
  • Saving the Rivers and Parks
  • Kosciuszko’s Abominable Snow Cities
  • World Environment Day

Bulletin No. 150

  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage
  • Meeting Dates
  • The National Forest Policy
  • The Old-Growth Forest Imbroglio
  • Coastal Protection at Last
  • ‘The Edge’ is Wild
  • The Eucalypt Song

Bulletin No. 149

  • Nature Conservation Record of the Fahey Government 
  • Woodchip Abomination
  • Restoration of Lake Pedder
  • Wollemi Pine
  • Party Nature Conservation Policies
  • Foxes and Cats
  • Meeting Dates
  • Australia’s Population Carrying Capacity
  • The Future Eaters
  • Coalition Re-afforestation Policy

Bulletin No. 148

  • Significance of Wilderness
  • Mobile Phones
  • Water Board Corporatisation 
  • Access to Morton National Park 
  • Gardens of Stone National Park 
  • Book Review: The Reluctant Nation 
  • Management of the Royal National Park 
  • The Battle Royal Continues
  • Ten New NSW National Parks

Bulletin No. 147

  • Premier Censured for Breach of Promise
  • Selling Water for Profit
  • Fahey Government’s Wildernesses
  • Meeting Dates
  • Councils Support Nature Conservation
  • SMH and Colong Off Balance 
  • Defamation Threats Unlikely 
  • The Kamilaroi Wilderness
  • ALP Policy on Mining in National Parks

Bulletin No. 146

  • Wilderness Minimised 
  • Horseriding and National Parks 
  • Engineers and Lawyers Listen to Colong Foundation 
  • Global Deforestation 
  • Nature Conservation Stalled 
  • Land Rights for Australians 
  • The Assault on Parklands 
  • Conservationists Community Contribution Recognised 
  • Wilderness Groups Blamed for Failure to Implement Act 
  • National Forest Policy Forgotten 
  • Why Droughts 
  • Bongil Bongil National Park Saved
  • Meeting Dates
  • Support for Population Stability 
  • To Burn or Not to Burn 
  • Wildlife Preservation Too Costly
  • Goodradigbee Wilderness - Cochran and Fahey Model
  • Forestry Commission’s Imperturbable Wildlife

Bulletin No. 145

  • Chairman’s Annual Report
  • Who Cares about the Environment?
  • Donations
  • Helicopter Invasion of National Parks 
  • No Need to Flood the Cox and Kowmung
  • Shoalwater Bay
  • US Petition to Save Koalas 
  • Report of National Wilderness Campaign Task Group
  • Tree Loss Outweighs Plantings 4 to 1
  • Murky Skies
  • Meeting Dates
  • Membership Drive

Bulletin No. 144

  • Drowning the Southern Blue Mountains
  • Money Matters, Conservation Doesn’t 
  • Bushfires in National Parks 
  • Rainforests are Our Business
  • Wilderness Red Index Goes National
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains Plan
  • Sustaining the Forests
  • Bob Carr for Wilderness Surveyor General Sets
  • Wilderness Within His Sights
  • Blue Mountains Fuel Reduction Program
  • Burning The Bush
  • Progress on Blue Mountains World Heritage Proposal 
  • Plan to Liberate Lake Pedder
  • Wilderness Logging in Northern New South Wales 
  • 1994 Abuse Oscar

Bulletin No. 143

  • How to Eliminate Wilderness
  • High Country Humbug
  • Life After Logging
  • Western Coal Jobs are Safe
  • Meeting Dates
  • Another Threat to Parkland
  • Anti-Wilderness Addicts Appeased
  • Colong Bushfire Enquiry
  • Wilderness Essential to Preserve Biodiversity
  • One Island Destroyed - Another Threatened 
  • A Mule Fouled Track
  • How ORV’s Destroy Wilderness

Bulletin No. 142

  • Support the Wilderness Campaign
  • Places Worth Keeping
  • Wilderness Last - If Ever
  • Shoalwater Bay
  • Barrallier
  • Woodchips Before Wildlife
  • Wilderness Proposals Bludgeoned by Bush Bashers
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains Mis-Management
  • Premier Ignored Over Logging 
  • Blue Mountains Park Plans
  • It’s All the Greenies Fault

Bulletin No. 141

  • Red Index
  • Aboriginal Land Rights
  • Liberals Pursue Ros
  • Gardens of Stone
  • No Legal Aid for Environment
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage

Bulletin No. 140

  • Wilderness Conference
  • Submission on Water Board
  • Gardens of Stone
  • Coastal Wilderness Sale
  • US Forest Policy
  • Wetlands Eroded
  • NCC Submission Ettema and Budawang Wilderness
  • Forestry Commission Under Scrutiny
  • Aboriginal Land Ownership
  • Threatened Species

Bulletin No. 139

  • Chairman’s Annual Report
  • Environmental Economics Society
  • Donations Tax Deductible
  • National Red Index
  • Bull in the Bush
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage
  • Making Money in Parks
  • Bureaucratic Conservation 
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Sale of Crown Lands

Bulletin No. 138

  • Wilderness: The Future
  • Gold Mine Threat to Guy Fawkes
  • Saving the Spotted Owl
  • Blue Mnts World Heritage Forum
  • Land Claims Threaten Wilderness
  • APPM Plantation Programme
  • Development Before Democracy
  • Daintree Degraded
  • Unwelcome Reef Dam
  • Information Far From Free
  • Gardens of Stone National Park
  • Anti-Wilderness Bill Defeated
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 137

  • The Year of the Chop
  • Aboriginal Ownership of National Parks
  • Biodiversity
  • Forest Industries Smokescreen
  • Earth in the Balance
  • A Greener World
  • Logs Before Conservation
  • Dividends Paid Out of Capital
  • Meeting Dates
  • No Legal Aid for Conservation

Bulletin No. 136

  • We Need Your Support 
  • No Commercial Development in the NT PArk 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Is it OK to Wreck the Airly Mesa Now? 
  • National Rainforest Policy 
  • Support for the Blue Mountains World Heritage Listing 
  • Colong Foundation’s New Home

Bulletin No. 135

  • Logs Before Wildlife 
  • Unwelcome Reet Dam 
  • Saving the Bilby 
  • Fragmentation of Alpine Wilderness
  • Wilderness in the Balance
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Crown Lands Go West 
  • Helping Royal National Park 
  • Constraints No Bar to Logging 
  • Wilderness Sold Out 
  • Resolutions of the NCC Annual Conference

Bulletin No. 134

  • Alex Muir Art Exhibition 
  • Writing for Royal National Park 
  • Lever Wilderness Nominated 
  • Not Even Interim Protection 
  • Strong Support for World Heritage Listing 
  • Meeting Dates
  • The Balance of Power in the Senate 
  • National Trail Hoopla 
  • Wilderness No Place for Off-Road Vehicles 
  • Anti-Conservationists Rampant

Bulletin No. 133

  • Support Wilderness Nominations
  • Native Forests Sell-Off
  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage 
  • Natural Resources Management Package 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Review - Promises and Realities
  • Victorian Victory

Bulletin No. 132

  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains Subdivision 
  • Thoughts of our Legislators 
  • Australia: Overpopulated or Last Frontier? 
  • Environmental Protection Discarded 
  • Extracting the Wilderness from the Woods 
  • Preservation of Biodiversity 
  • Vision… or mirage 
  • RAC Forest and Timber Inquiry 
  • Timber Industry Bill Amendment

Bulletin No. 131

  • Wilderness Window Dressing 
  • Meeting Dates
  • ACF Control Too Remote 
  • Gardens of Stone - Coal Grab Threat 
  • Bulletin Article Criticised 
  • Timber Industry Employment Beat-up

Bulletin No. 130

  • Support the South East Forest
  • Meeting Dates
  • Please Help if you can 
  • ACF Annual General Meeting 
  • Summit to Elevate Wilderness
  • Endangered Species
  • Money Before Conservation 
  • Nattai Park - What’s Left of it!!!

Bulletin No. 129

  • Wilderness Last 
  • Forest Industries Bombed Out 
  • Wilderness Diminished 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage 
  • Wilderness Between States
  • Rainforest Revisited 
  • Logs First Wilderness Last 
  • Selective Vision

Bulletin No. 128

  • Old Growth Forests for the Chop 
  • Nattai and Kanangra Boyd Wilderness Nominations 
  • Blue Mountains on World Heritage List 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Local Blue Mountains WH Campaign 
  • Developers’ Land Grab
  • Threats to Blue Mountains World Heritage Proposal
  • Another Blue Mountains Resort 
  • Victorian Wilderness at the Crossroads 
  • Room with a View

Bulletin No. 127

  • The Privatisation of Scenery 
  • Meeting Dates 
  • Blue Mountains Sewerage Plan Threatened 
  • Donations
  • ALP Policy on the Natural Environment 
  • Treasurers’ Report
  • Kakadu National park Draft PoM 
  • Red Index
  • Wilderness Under Attack

Bulletin No. 126

  • Nattai - Wilderness Saved 
  • Grazing of Wildflowers Traditional 
  • The Liquidation of Earch Inc. 
  • The Injured Coastline 
  • Nature Conservation in NSW 
  • Outback Pastoral Management 
  • Canadian “Ban the Dams” Campaign 
  • Wilderness Act 1987 - Three Years on and No Progress Yet

Bulletin No. 125

  • Park Finances 
  • Nattai Assessment 
  • Alpine Cattle Fodder
  • Wilderness Saved: The Battle for the Bush 
  • Consumer Boycott to Save Fraser Island 
  • Adbusters Quarterly

Bulletin No. 124

  • Better Management, Not Bigger Dams
  • Mr Carr Visits Mt Danae
  • Mt Flora to be Quarried
  • Forestry Commission Taken Apart 
  • Coolangubra Wilderness Inspection 
  • The Barefoot Bushwalker 
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 123

  • Reprieve for North Washpool 
  • Sustainable Development 
  • Conservation Policy Censored 
  • Nattai Park Threatened 
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage 
  • Growth At Any Cost
  • Murky Waters Made Blue

Bulletin No. 122

  • Trees Are Not Just Timber 
  • Wilderness and Sustainable Population 
  • A Deep Green CSIRo 
  • Wood Chipping Profits
  • More Trees for Japan 
  • The Growth Syndrome 
  • Letters

Bulletin No. 121

  • Chairman’s Annual Report
  • Donations
  • A Million Hectares for Chipping 
  • AMIC Wants to Mine Parks
  • Nattai National Park Pledged by Opposition 
  • Pam Allan Slams TM Decision 
  • Old Growth Forest 
  • Annual Accounts

Bulletin No. 120

  • Update on SEFA campaign 
  • Rio Park 
  • Another Escarpment Resort? 
  • First Step in Saving South East Forests 
  • 100% Profit from Cheap Trees
  • Nattai Wilderness Snakes and Ladders
  • Conservative Environmentalism

Bulletin No. 119

  • Save our Soils 
  • Coalition’s Federal Environment Policy 
  • A Parasitic Growth 
  • Spending More than a Penny in the Blue Mountains
  • Alpine Flora Wanted for Stock Fodder 
  • Rio Park 
  • The Architect of the Decade

Bulletin No. 118

  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Money for Wilderness
  • The Great Land Sell-Off
  • Forestry Commission…. At it again 
  • Senator Richardson for the Colong Foundation

Bulletin No. 117

  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage
  • Why Woodchipping 
  • Pace Quickens for Nattai Campaign 
  • Troubles Beset Blue Mountains Plan
  • Nadgee and Gooradigbee Wilderness Areas Nominated
  • Out Legislators in Equilibrium

Bulletin No. 116

  • A Facade of Green 
  • Re-Announced Reserves 
  • Durras Lake 
  • Dorothy Butler Honoured 
  • Letters from the Minister 
  • Wilderness Calendar and Postcards
  • Shadow Minister Visits Nattai 
  • Causley’s Contemptuous Statement

Bulletin No. 115

  • Chairman’s Address to AGM
  • Financial Report
  • Blue Mountains World Heritage Submission 
  • Development in the Blue Mountains
  • Off-Road Vehicles on Crown Land 
  • Donations
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 114

  • Coastal Development 
  • Lost World Wilderness Nominated
  • Mining in Kakadu 
  • Park Meeting Wins Full Support 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue mountains Sewerage 
  • Poll Favours Plantations 
  • Birth of a Greenie
  • Budget Priorities in Queensland 
  • Another Colong Foundation Publication 
  • Greenies and Greedies 
  • Report from Coupe 702
  • Border Ranges Branch of WRSQ
  • Educating the Ministers

Bulletin No. 113

  • More Wilderness and Parklands
  • The Management of the Boyd 
  • The Assault on Our Forests
  • Timber Workers, Taxpayers and Forests Exploited 
  • The State of the Western Division 
  • Yengo Logging 
  • Our Unselfish Loggers 
  • Environmental Reform in the USSR
  • Coastal Development at Any Cost 
  • Greedy Greenies and Heroic Entrepreneurs 
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 112

  • World Heritage Listing for the Blue Mountains 
  • Kanangra/Boyd Saved - Again 
  • Mining the Trees
  • A Shameful Decision 
  • Gung-Ho Development in the Blue Mountains 
  • Government Park and Wilderness Policy Clouded 
  • Selective Science 
  • Thailand Bans Logging 
  • Subscriptions Now Due 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Donations

Bulletin No. 111

  • Tim Moore Visits Nattai
  • Milo Dunphy Honoured 
  • After the Horse Has Bolted
  • Road Use in Parks 
  • Queensland Blues
  • Wasted Paper
  • Sinking or Swimming Together
  • Murramorang - National Park or Private Domain? 
  • Federal Liberal/National Policy No Greener
  • State Nature Conservation Stalled 
  • Nature Conservation Conference Resolutions 
  • Carr Supports Colong Foundation Policy 
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 110

  • Economics of South-East Woodchipping
  • Off-road Vehicles in National Parks
  • A Regional Environmental Plan for Newnes Plateau
  • Draft Management Plan for the Murrumbidgee River Corridor
  • Will the ‘Tasmanian Disease’ Spread to the Mainland?
  • A Wilderness in Name Only
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 109

  • The Helsham Inquiry
  • Anti-Conservation Lobby Rejuvenated 
  • Kosciuszko 
  • National Parks Access Committee
  • Point Piper- Marulan Power Line
  • Mining in National Parks
  • Appointment of Coordinator General 
  • Forest Destruction 
  • Land Degradation Inquiry
  • Fire Control in Kosciuszko National Park
  • Helpers Wanted for Bulletin Collaboration
  • Life Membership
  • Donation

Bulletin No. 108

  • Chairman’s Address to the Annual General Meeting
  • New Directors
  • How to Help the Colong Foundation 
  • E.I.S. Queensland Model
  • Nature Conservation Under New Direction 
  • The Legislative Council
  • The Environmental Vote
  • Sir Joh Bulldozes On
  • Forest Worker Faces the Truth
  • Who’d Be a Logger?
  • We Emotional Greenie Activists
  • Only Logs Matter
  • The Raising of Warragamba Dam
  • Property Matters, Conservation Doesn’t

Bulletin No. 107

  • Our Patron Honoured
  • Submissions Galore
  • Senator Puplick-Environment Policy Options
  • Park Management - Blue Mountains, Wollemi, Kosciuszko and Yengo
  • Land Degradation - Parliamentary Environment Committee
  • Mount Etna Caves Report
  • Murry River Redgums
  • Corrections
  • Election Policies 

Bulletin No. 106

  • The N.S.W. Wilderness Act
  • Will the Wilderness Act Work? 
  • Proposed Nattai National Park
  • Queensland - The Vandal State
  • Annual Subscriptions
  • Donations
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 105

  • Woodchip Decision in Balance
  • The Legality of Forest Wrecking
  • Liberal Party Policy on the Natural Environment
  • That Road
  • NCC Conference Resolutions
  • Sixtieth Anniversary of the Sydney Bush Walkers
  • Leura Resort Development
  • Foundation Treasurer
  • The Whales are Back
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 104

  • Liberal Party Policy on the Natural Environment
  • The Cape Tribulation Road
  • The Leura Resort
  • Joint Action for Wilderness
  • Streamside and Total Catchment Protection 
  • The Latest Upper Wolgan Cliff Collapse
  • Truth in Advertising
  • Nominations for the Heritage 200 List
  • Senator Richadson Recants
  • Rainforest Timber Contract Cancelled
  • Conservationists Secure Jim Snow’s Election 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Minerals are Everywhere

Bulletin No. 103

  • Money Before Trees
  • Save queensland
  • Focal Peak
  • National Park Reservations
  • Why is it Necessary to Fight? 
  • World Heritage Listing for the Blue Mountains
  • Panda on Way to Extinction 
  • Bleak Future for Eden-Monaro
  • Donations
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 102

  • Meeting Dates
  • Directors Re-Appointed
  • Doctoral Dissent on Wood-chipping
  • Woodchip Support Group Given the Facts 
  • Hope on the Left: Non on the Right
  • Conservation Candidates
  • Letter from Hon. Bob Carr
  • Wilderness Act Befogged
  • Forest Saved
  • Blue Mountains Environmental Management Plan
  • Paradise Up for Grabs
  • Foundation Finances

Bulletin No. 101

  • Defence of the Natural Environment
  • An FCNSW Miracle
  • Timber Industries Campaign Debunked
  • The Wilderness Act 
  • Decline in National Park Reservations
  • Total Catchment Protection
  • Draft Forest Policy of the Australian Democrats
  • One Tree per 300 cigarettes
  • Great Daintree Action Group Battles On
  • Expensive Charades
  • Clean Water for All
  • Blue Mountains Environment Management Plan
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 100

  • Special Contributions
  • World Heritage Listing For Rainforest Parks
  • The Flight for our Natural Heritage 
  • Saving the Blue Mountains
  • Book Review- Selected Writings of Myles J. Dunphy
  • Clean Water Unnecessary
  • Conservation Power in the U.S.A.
  • Who Gets What
  • Graziers, Woodchippers and Loggers Face Ruin
  • Protection versus Profit
  • We Were Dead Right
  • No Second Chance
  • Sir Humphrey Award 1986
  • The Colong Foundation - An Introduction
  • Protecting the Bulletin
  • Donations
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 099

  • Forestry Policy 1986 - Fell Nearly Everything
  • Clear Felling Unwise Except for Woodchips
  • U.S. Forests for the Chop
  • Rainforest Bashing on the Daintree
  • Forest Resources Crisis in the Third World
  • Parks in Name Only
  • “Pernicious” Conservation
  • Aircraft Noise Number 1 Problem
  • Recreational Vehicles Act Being Enforced

Bulletin No. 098

  • Our Patron 
  • Summary of Wilderness Working Group Report 
  • New Zealand National Parks
  • Concom Wilderness Guidelines
  • Eden Woodchip E.I.S.
  • S.E. Forest Alliance Exposes Inadequacy of E.I.S.
  • International Vandalism
  • The Leura Resort
  • Tropical Deforestation 
  • Rainforest - What is the Fuss? 
  • Getting at the Last Trees

Bulletin No. 097

  • Milo Kanangra Dunphy, A.M.A.S.T.C. 
  • Reform of the Catchment Areas Protection Board 
  • Bush Fire Facts Support Foundation’s Policy
  • Support for Wilderness Preservation 
  • Resorts for the Wealthy
  • No Dams on the Colo
  • Gardens of Stone Proposal Considered Impractical
  • The Woodchip Scene
  • Donations 
  • Meeting Dates 

Bulletin No. 096

  • A Management Plan for the Border Ranges National Park 
  • Mr. Gray on Bulldozes on 
  • The Wrans Bushwalk on the Apsley 
  • Burning Issues in Kosciuszko  
  • Whatever Happened to “Sustained Yield”?
  • Mr. Tim Moore, M.P. Addresses the Hoo Hoo Club 
  • Trees Just Logs
  • State Opposition Parties Against Colo Dams
  • Man-made Desert 
  • New Environmental Laws Foreshadowed 
  • Purifying the Blue Mountains Streams
  • Meeting Dates

Bulletin No. 095

  • Jim Somerville, AASA, AM
  • Getting Together Conference
  • Name Change Approved
  • The Hon. Bob Carr Proposes a State Wilderness Act
  • NSW a World Leader
  • A Family Tour of National Parks
  • Budderoo National Park 
  • Export of Our Forests
  • Get Rid of Those Trees
  • Only 10% Want our Forests Exported
  • CFW Publications

Bulletin No. 094

  • Progress Continues
  • Bob Carr Visits the Gardens of Stone 
  • Assault on the Forests
  • Liberal Party Supports our Objectives 
  • Another Environmentalist on Katoomba Council 
  • The Leura Resort
  • Democrat’s Nature Conservation Policy
  • Axe the Trees, Poison the Tigers 
  • Blue Mountains National Park
  • Donations

Bulletin No. 093

  • Gardens of Stone
  • Annual Conference of the Nature Conservation Council 
  • Much Binding in the Coalition Rainforests
  • Rainforest Conservation Report 
  • Blot on a Good Record
  • Carr Stops Rainforest Logging

Bulletin No. 092

  • The Pursuit of Excellence
  • Logging of Downey Creek Rainforest
  • Additions to Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Commonwealth Reigns on International Rainforest Agreement 
  • Crown Land Sell-Off
  • Alpine Areas Conference
  • Coming Features

Bulletin No. 091

  • Organisational Changes
  • The Resort: Debate
  • Destruction of Tropical Flora and Fauna
  • Road Authorities Oppose Daintree Road
  • The Backward State
  • Coalition Policy on National Parks
  • Off-Road Vehicle Study 
  • The Jenolan Environment

Bulletin No. 90

  • Annual General Meeting of the Committee
  • Wilderness Policy of the National Parks and Wildlife Service
  • The Oxley National Park 
  • Kakadu - Why the Delay? 
  • The Daintree Disaster 
  • Forests Burn: CO2 Increases
  • The Leura Resort 
  • Kosciuszko Wilderness Inspection

Bulletin No. 089

  • Death of Our Patron
  • Under New Management
  • Politicians to Determine Franklin Management
  • War Criminals and Eco Criminals
  • The March of Development
  • Money in Koalas
  • The Hydrological Results of Catchment Clearing and Dam Construction 
  • Support for Firearms Bill 
  • National Wilderness Strategy Meeting 
  • Leura Resort Crisis
  • Our Project Officer

Bulletin No. 088

  • Progress and Projects
  • The Late Hon. Paul Landa
  • N.S.W. Rainforests Nominated for World Heritage Listing 
  • Jiggery-Pokery at the IUCN General Assembly
  • Report from Cape Tribulation 
  • Prince Phillip Replies to the Colong Committee
  • Parks for the Over-Privileged
  • National Woodchip Campaign Begins 
  • Win for Developers
  • Professional Bushwalkers
  • Donations

Bulletin No. 087

  • Parks are for Preservation 
  • Park Management in W.A. 
  • The Opened and Shut Road
  • Annual Conference of the N.C.C. 
  • Destruction of Forests
  • Submissions for Bicentennial Grants
  • A Rainforest May Regenerate- Sometime
  • Support From Switzerland
  • “Simply Living” Magazine
  • Gray Would Still Build Franklin Dam 
  • Wilderness in Australia - Statistical Summary 
  • Bulletin Index

Bulletin No. 086

  • Darkest Queensland By Alex Colley
  • What Can You Do- Democrats Rainforest Motion 
  • Submissions on Management of Kakadu
  • N.C.C. Annual Conference Motions
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations

Bulletin No. 085

  • O.A.M. Awarded to Honorary Secretary 
  • No Negotiation on Daintree
  • Rainforest Debates
  • Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Break Through on Honorary Rangers 
  • More on Honorary Rangers
  • Wilderness Rediscovered
  • National Parks Advisory Committees
  • Salvaging the Remnants
  • No Clearing for Pines
  • A Productive Loan 
  • Namadgi National Park 
  • Kakadu - A Great Natural Zoo 
  • Our Legislations at Work
  • Donations 
  • Errata

Bulletin No. 084

  • Annual General Meeting 
  • Milo Kanangra Dunphy
  • Coalition Party’s Policy on Rainforest and National Parks 
  • Mount Werong 
  • News from the Blue Mountains Sand Mining at Bell; Leura Resort Centre; Alderman Quirk
  • Gudgenby Nature Reserve 
  • U.S. Wilderness Bills 
  • Two of a Kind
  • Daintree Write In

Bulletin No. 083

  • Rainforest Epilogue
  • Honorary Rangers
  • The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre
  • Meeting with National Parks and Wildlife Service Officers
  • The Future Cost of Present Employment
  • Axe First, the the Flag
  • Crowdy Bay National Park Management Submission 
  • Death in the Forest 
  • World Rainforest Report 
  • Coalition Government Would Log Rainforests

Bulletin No. 082

  • Forward Into 1984
  • Award to Our Patron
  • Wilderness in New South Wales
  • Wilderness Bashing 
  • Wilderness is Not For Fire Breaks
  • No Wheels
  • Bulletin Index
  • Donations
  • Subscription Form

Bulletin No. 081

  • Our Honorary Photographer
  • Our Honorary Auditor
  • Water Quality in the Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Conservationists Win Out
  • Liberal Party Conservation Policy
  • Committee Activities
  • Publications

Bulletin No. 080

  • Our Patron - Myles Dunphy, O.B.E. 
  • Timberese
  • New Controls For Off-Road Motor Vehicles 
  • Committee’s Submission on Leura Resort Proposal 
  • The Leura Resort Proposal
  • A.C.F. Wilderness Conference
  • The Franklin River Verdict
  • Publications
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations

Bulletin No. 079

  • No Dam
  • A National Wilderness Act 
  • Bushfires Inquiry 
  • Conservation Strategies
  • Another Opinion 
  • An Alpine National Park 
  • Devastation in the Soloman Islands 
  • Honorary Rangers
  • Recommendations
  • Developers Never Desist
  • Order Form
  • Form For Subscriptions and Donations
  • New Subscribers Sought
  • The Nature Conservation of N.S.W. Annual Dinner 
  • A Voice For the Wilderness

Bulletin No. 078

  • News From the Blue Mountains
  • Election of Officers
  • Grazing and Burning in Kosciuszko
  • South-West Tasmania
  • Forestry Flora Reserves
  • Finances of the Colong Committee Ltd. 
  • Field Guide to the Native Trees of the ACT 
  • Order Form for Book “How the Rainforest was Saved”
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations

Bulletin No. 077

  • How to Win Elections
  • The Isle of the Damned
  • The National Anthem Society
  • Development Pressure in the Blue Mountains
  • How the Rainforest was Saved

Bulletin No. 075

  • Book Fair
  • South-West Tasmania
  • Meeting With State Liberal Members
  • Rainforest Preservation Agreements Bill 
  • Only the Best for Sawmillers
  • Nightcap
  • New Threat to Northern Blue Mountains
  • Development at Any Cost 
  • A.L.P. Interim Environmental Platform 1982
  • Science Looks at the Environment
  • Stop Press

Bulletin No. 074

  • Special Issue- South-West Tasmania
  • The South-West Tasmanian Wilderness
  • Assault on the Wilderness
  • The Effects on the Environment 
  • Hydro Economics
  • Action by the Colong Committee
  • National Conservation Strategy
  • Manning the Barricades
  • South-West Tasmania and Commonwealth Power
  • Become a Subscriber
  • South-West Tasmania Committee (NSW) Donation Form

Bulletin No. 073

  • Wilderness in National Parks
  • Rainforest Write-In Not Denigrated
  • No Commonwealth Dam Commitment 
  • Acid Rain Killing Trees
  • Australian Mining Industry Council Wilderness Policy
  • Pensioner’s Gift
  • Softwood Glut, But Rainforest Logging Continues
  • Should Trees Have Standing
  • Katoomba and District WildLife Preservation Society Active 
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee
  • Form For Subscriptions (New) and Donations

Bulletin No. 072

  • South West Tasmania Crucial Protest
  • Conservationists Be Damned
  • Rainforest Preservation Agreements Bill 
  • Meeting with Rainforest Subcommittee of State Cabinet 
  • Log Rolling for the Timber Industry
  • The Rainforest Write-In 
  • Rainforest Action on the North Coast 
  • Border Ranges
  • Call From World Scientists for Halt to Logging 
  • Finances of the Colong Committee
  • More Foxes in the Henhouse
  • Nature Conservation Council Annual Conference, 1981
  • The Future of the Blue Mountains 
  • Goulburn River National Park 
  • Committee Officers and Directors
  • Book on Rainforests
  • Publications for Sale By the Colong Committee
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations

Bulletin No. 071

  • South West Tasmania - Letter to Mr. Fraser
  • Lowe By-Election 
  • Australia’s Forestry and Forest Product Industries
  • Lane Cove Library Exhibit
  • Barrington Tops
  • Beaches Disappear on the Cote D’Azur
  • Watt and Reagan Get the Message
  • Australian World Heritage Sites
  • Representing the Public Interest
  • “Improved” Forests 
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee
  • Form For Subscriptions and Donations

Bulletin No. 070

  • Another Year
  • Tasmania Infelix
  • Our Degenerating Rainforests
  • Malaysia Faces Exhaustion of Native Forest Resources
  • Dams Need Not to be Financed
  • Fire Damage
  • National Conservation Strategy Conference
  • Plea for Nightcap National Park 
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 069

  • Book Fair
  • A Mess of Pottage 
  • Botanic Gardens for the Chop
  • Conservation Progress in North Queensland
  • Woodworkers Back Rainforest Conservation 
  • Conservation of Whole Floristic Elements 
  • Watt and Foes are Best of Enemies
  • Hazard Reduction May Mean Forest Destruction 
  • Far South Coast Bushfires 
  • Other Committee Activities
  • Grady’s Creek - Alternative Timber Supplies 
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations
  • New Subscribers Sought 
  • Order Form 1982 Wilderness Calendar

Bulletin No. 068

  • The Truth About Forestry 
  • Democrats Forestry Motion 
  • The Colong Committee Investment Fund
  • Bitou Bush Plague Courtesy of the Sandminers
  • Forestry Commission to Mine Washpool 
  • Rainforest Protection Endorsed by Botanical Congress
  • ORV’s to be Unleashed in U.S. 
  • The Wrecking of Tasmania
  • Great Barrier Reef Public Meeting 
  • Aftermath of Selective Logging
  • Form for Subscriptions and Donations
  • Order Form 1982 Wilderness Calendar

Bulletin No. 067

  • Rainforest Enquiry by Democrats
  • The Politics of Conservation 
  • Labor in Government 
  • Conservation Failures
  • The Conservation/Environment Movement 
  • Anti-Conservation Groups
  • Politicians Undervalue Community Concern 
  • Sierra Club Fights Political 
  • The Land Grabbers
  • Is the Forestry Commission Really Necessary?
  • Queensland Tour
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee
  • For New Subscribers Only 
  • New Subscribers Sought

Bulletin No. 066

  • The New Conservatives
  • Wilderness is For All
  • Rainforest Conference
  • Ratbags All
  • Income and Expenditure of the Colong Committee Ltd. 
  • Notes to the Financial Statements
  • Major Rainforest Campaign
  • Agreement with Associated Country Sawmillers on Eucalypt Plantations
  • Mr. Wran Denies Plan to Mine Under Parks
  • Bravo the Katoomba and District Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee
  • Subscriptions 1981

Bulletin No. 065

  • The Struggle for Washpool
  • Washpool and the Pine Alternative
  • Nature Conservation Council Resolutions 
  • Mr. Punch Agrees With Colong Committee
  • Trees for the Sawmillers
  • Plenty of State Funds for Development 
  • The Role of N.P. & W.S. 
  • Mr. Fraser on S.W. Tasmania
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee
  • Caucus Sees Washpool Slides

Bulletin No. 064

  • The Colong Committee Needs Your Help
  • Parks for the Miners
  • Sentence Now, Verdict Later
  • Pressure on Forest Resources Intensified 
  • Strong Support for Conservation 
  • Environmental Policy of the Australian Democrats
  • Anti-Conservationist Appointed to Key Conservation Post
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee
  • Subscriptions 1981
  • Donations to the Australian Conservation Foundation

Bulletin No. 063

  • Kosciuszko National Park Management
  • Book Fair
  • Subsided Destruction 
  • The Road to Desertification 
  • Exports Hasten Native Forest Destruction 
  • Message Received - Action Required
  • “Sustained Yield” - A Casualty of Expediency
  • Anything But Ecology 
  • Hazard Production Burning 
  • Burning the Bark - And Everything Else
  • Genoa Wilderness Threatened 
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 062

  • The Management of Kosciuszko National Park 
  • Our Own Living Museum 
  • A.L.P. Environment Policy
  • Rainforest Action Centre
  • The Pink Flannel Flower
  • Support From Interstate and Overseas
  • Publisher Sought
  • Forestry Advisory Committee
  • Bravo 2SM
  • Office Rental Grant 
  • Citizen’s Land Rights
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 061

  • The Second World Wilderness Congress
  • The Challenge for Mr. Bedford
  • Statistical Facts on Rainforest Logging on North Coast of N.S.W.
  • Wilderness in Victoria
  • Plue Ca Change, Plus C’est La Meme Chose 
  • Conservation in the Blue Mountains 
  • David Attenborough Pleads for Rainforests
  • Stumps Look Better Than Trees
  • Preserving the Pink Flannel Flower
  • South West Tasmania Decision 
  • “The Edge of the Forest”
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 060

  • Rainforests
  • National Parks and Wildlife Service Supports Colong Committee Policy
  • The Washpool Wilderness 
  • Zuruck Can Erde (Down to Earth)
  • Report of Inquiry Into the Off-Road Use of Vehicles
  • Commonwealth Funds for Conservation 
  • Anti-Conservationists At Work
  • Coal Mining in National Parks
  • Donations
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 059

  • Deeds and Words
  • Forest Destruction in Asia and The South Pacific
  • The Role of Professional Foresters and the Need to Amend the Forestry Act
  • Tasmania Creek Inquiry
  • The ENvironment of the Macdonald Valley 
  • One World
  • Give Nothing - They Might Ask for More
  • Suggested reading for the NSW Forestry Commission 
  • Current Activities
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 058

  • How to Help the Colong Committee
  • Government Subsided “Mining” of Our Forests
  • Wilderness in the U.S.
  • Nature Conservation Council of New South Wales Annual Conference
  • Wilderness Calendar
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee
  • Donations to the Australian Conservation Foundation 
  • South West Tasmania

Bulletin No. 057

  • The Premier’s Epic Colo Trip 
  • The Trouble With Forestry
  • Rejected Letters Section
  • Book Fair
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee
  • The Colong Committee’s Wilderness Calendar

Bulletin No. 056

  • Terania Creek
  • Mining in National Parks
  • Coal Mining and Nature Conservation - Have They Been Compatible Anywhere in the World?
  • Overseas Experience - America
  • Laws for Sale
  • Flogging the Forests
  • Forestry Commission Officers Biassed and Prejudiced, But not Vile
  • Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee
  • For New Subscribers Only

Bulletin No. 055

  • Colong Committee’s Priorities Reviewed
  • Officers Of the Colong Committee Ltd. 
  • Wilderness Recognised - And How!
  • Kanangra-Body Management
  • The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park 
  • The S.P.C.C. Off-Road Vehicles Inquiry
  • Property Matters - Parks Don’t
  • The Acid Treatment
  • Armchair Wilderness Lovers
  • Forest Destruction 
  • Publications for Sale by the Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 054

  • Sawmillers’ Claims on Colo-Hunter Refuted
  • Kanangra-Boyd Management Plan
  • Deua and Wadbilliga Parks
  • Off-Road Vehicle Use Submission 
  • The Sierra Club Shows the Way
  • A.C.F. Campaign to Protect the Environment Acts
  • Redwood and Border Ranges
  • It Doesn’t Happen in Wilderness Areas
  • No Cheers on Australia Day
  • Shades of Colong
  • The Juggernaut Government
  • No Place Else
  • Rain Forests - 8 Years to the End
  •  Publications for Sale by The Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 053

  • The Significance of the Colong Committee
  • Income and Expenditure in 1978
  • Landslide Wilderness Victory in U.S.
  • Grady’s Creek
  • Attack on Government’s Border Ranges Policy
  • Wilderness Becomes Desert
  • The Financial Hazard of Uranium Mining
  • Forestry Economics
  • Publications for Sale By the Colong Committee
  • Donations to the Australian Conservation Foundation

Bulletin No. 052

  • The Casino Campaign 
  • Report on Election Result 
  • Forestry Commission Economics
  • State Cabinet Changes
  • Moriarty and Mellanby In the NT
  • Mr Coleman Loses A Vote
  • Mr Mulock in Equilibrium
  • Publications for Sale By the Colong Committee

Bulletin No. 049

  • The State Pollution Control Commission Review of Management Policies For The Border Ranges
  • Environmental Impacts of Management Options
  • Social Impacts
  • Economic Impacts
  • Politics of the Park 
  • To Sum Up

Bulletin No. 048

  • Is the S.P.C.C. Border Ranges Inquiry Necessary?
  • Greater Unemployment by Overcutting
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Years of Controversy
  • Proposed Solution to Border Ranges Controversy
  • More Nonsense From the Regional Parks and Countryside Commissions of Australia
  • Yuragir National Park
  • Electricity Commission Proposals
  • We Dangerous Extremists and Ego Freaks
  • Printing of Colong Bulletin
  • Mr. Crabtree on Land Resumptions
  • Conservation News From the U.S. 
  • House-Senate Conferees Agree On Endangered Wilderness Bill
  • Timber Industry Poll Shows Public Likes Wilderness 
  • Chief Buthelesi Speaks

Bulletin No. 047

  • Save The Border Ranges Support Meeting
  • Flogging Our Mountain Forests
  • Replies to Neighbours of National Parks Anti-Park Campaign 
  • Rain Forests
  • Border Ranges Now Part of National Estate
  • Report of the S.P.C.C. On the Culcoul Range Extractive Industry
  • Subscriptions to the Save Colong Bulletin

Bulletin No. 046

  • Mr. Crabtree On Park Use
  • Senator Mulvihill Calls For Action on Kakadu
  • Park First, One Minute Later - Perhaps
  • Hawkesbury Valley Symposium
  • Mr. Fraser’s Uranium Decision 
  • Bush Fires in Wilderness Areas
  • Takeover Threat to Mines Department - Argyle St. Tycoon Moves In
  • U.S. Foresters Show the Way, Australia Follows
  • More Positive Environmental Decisions in the U.S. 
  • U.S. President Leads Campaign for Wilderness
  • Another Good Reason for a Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Meeting to Save the Border Ranges Forest

Bulletin No. 045

  • Special Border Ranges Issue
  • Delay and Destruction
  • Rainforest Bashing for the Sake of Employment - Is There an Alternative?
  • The Last Rainforest - Anatomy of a Dispute
  • In the Rainforest
  • The Border Ranges Rainforest - Today
  • Message From the North!
  • Letter From Mr. Viney to Colong Committee
  • Extracts From Symposium on the Border Ranges June 1976 at Lamington Plateau by the Royal Society of Queensland

Bulletin No. 044

  • Mr. Wran’s Tour of the Blue Mountains
  • Destruction of Rainforests
  • Woodchip- The Threat to Queensland
  • Success After 40 Years for Pioneer Conservationist 
  • South West Tasmania, Boundaries? 
  • State Government Inquiries on the Border Ranges
  • Extract from Hansard of NSW Legislative Assembly 
  • Decision on Woodchip Stuns Conservationist
  • Must We Fight the Opposition Too?
  • Wilderness in Australia
  • Forcing Companies into the Open
  • For New Subscribers Only

Bulletin No. 043

  • Will Conservationists Have to Fight the Wran Government?
  • Is Labor Opting Out of the Environment? 
  • Accessibility of Ministers
  • Minister for Lands - Crabtree
  • A Self Destructing Minister
  • The Hon. Don Day, Minister for Decentralisation and Development 
  • The Hon. Lin Gordon, Minister for Conservation and Water Resources
  • Labor’s Political Dilemma
  • Trees
  • Wilderness in Australia
  • The Colong Committee and the Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Six Ministers Visit Coffs Harbour Woodchip Sites 
  • For Sale - One Copy of the Body Display Volume
  • What is Hoo Hoo? 
  • Florida Governor Votes to Halt Barge Canal Project
  • Wilderness Film
  • Woodchipping - Two Different Tours - Two Different Situations 
  • Items of Interest in 1976 Accounts

Bulletin No. 042

  • Resolutions to the Nature Conservation Council
  • The Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • The Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo
  • Submissions to the Australian Heritage Commission 
  • 19th Century Wilderness Advocate 
  • Forestry Commission Funds in Jeopardy
  • America Sets and Example
  • Scientists Ask Wran for Logging Moratorium
  • Vice-President Appointed to State Pollution Control Commission 
  • Letter From Switzerland to the Colong Committee
  • Report on Woodchip Industry

Bulletin No. 041

  • Knowledge Without Pity May Well Be the Greatest Danger That Besets The World
  • $3.25m. For Parklands 
  • Birds in Pine and Native Forests 
  • Eucalypt Forests: A Resource for a Refuge?
  • Pine Plantations
  • Towards a Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in N.S.W.
  • Responsibility for Kakadu
  • Report on the Proposed Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • Reply to Prologue, The Newspaper of the Sawmilling Industry of N.S.W.
  • House Passes Park Mining Bill- Glacier Bay and Death Valley Protected
  • The Effects of Clear Cutting
  • New Books on the Environment
  • List of Donors
  • Beautiful Wilderness Calendar Available
  • Taxation Concession for Destruction of Forests

Bulletin No. 040

  • Visit to Kakadu By Members of Colong Committee 
  • Border Ranges Moratorium and Inquiry Proposed 
  • Visiting the Minister’s Advisor 
  • Recommendations of the A.L.P. N.S.W. Environment Committee 
  • Growing Australian Native Plants 
  • Bequests
  • Correction 
  • Carrick LTD. Shares

Bulletin No. 039

  • Evolution of the Colong Committee
  • Newly Elected Office Bearers 
  • A Tribute to Gordon Philp 
  • When Conservation was Respectable 
  • Government Should Assist and Inform
  • Subscriptions to Save the Colong Bulletin

Bulletin No. 038

  • John Lever - Man of the Forests 
  • Valuable Press Coverage 
  • Support for Forest Royal Commission 
  • The Silent Service 
  • Welcome to the New North Coast Environment Group 
  • Costa Rica Saves Unique Rainforest 
  • Plan for Myall Lakes National Park 
  • Wilderness on Cape York 
  • The North Coast Region Preliminary Development Plan 
  • Death of Martin Kaub
  • Committee Finances 
  • Subscriptions to Save the Colong Bulletin 
  • A Share in Australia’s “Development”

Bulletin No. 037

  • Border Ranges Campaign 
  • Selective Destruction at Wiangarie
  • Destruction of Rainforest at the Taxpayer’s Expense 
  • The Case for Kakadu 
  • What to do with your share 
  • Subscriptions to Save the Colong Bulletin

Bulletin No. 036

  • Border Ranges, Greater Blue Mountains, Alligator Rivers - New Priorities for the Colong Committee 
  • Border Ranges National Park 
  • Greater Blue Mountains National Park 
  • The Kakadu or Alligator Rivers National Park 
  • House of Representatives Standing Committee Report on the Forestry Agreement Acts 
  • Growth for Growth’s Sake 
  • $30 million of Public Fund to Encourage Forest Destruction 
  • The Australian Heritage Commission 
  • The Burning of the Boyd 
  • Officers of the Colong Committee
  • Information Requested on Wallerawang-Sydney West Powerline

Bulletin No. 035

  • No Pines on Boyd 
  • The Boyd - Good Value for the Conservationists’ Investment 
  • The Colong Committee’s Submission to SPCC
  • Postscript to the Boyd Decision 
  • Champagne, Old Friends and the Future 
  • Thanks to our Supporters 
  • The Other Side of the Ledger 
  • The North Coast of New South Wales - A Woodchippers’ Paradise? 
  • Will Forests be Clear Felled? 
  • Pollution 
  • Mr. Frank Walker, M.L.A. Speaks on the North Coast Export Wood Chip Proposals
  • Insatiable Demand for Pulp 
  • The Thin End of the Wedge 
  • Tourism Before Wood Chips
  • Grant for National Estate Projects in Tasmania 
  • Suggested Restraints on Softwood Programme to Retain Value of Forests for other Purposes 
  • Colong Committee’s Submission on the Boyd Plateau to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Environment and Conservation Forestry 
  • Pines at any Price 
  • One Tree Per Minute per Chiparvestor

Bulletin No. 034

  • The 10.7% Report 
  • Native Fauna Feeds on Eucalyptus 
  • Carving Up the Blue Mountains 
  • Closed Government 
  • Submission on the Northern Woodchip Industry 
  • The Tri-State Trail 
  • Submissions to SPCC Boyd Inquiry 
  • Your Role in Saving the Boyd Plateau 
  • Passive resistance to Destruction of Boyd Plateau Forest Petition

Bulletin No. 033

  • Reports Galore
  • Strategy and Tactics in Colo Shire 
  • Critique of the Bunning Report 
  • Debate on the N.S.W. National Parks and Wildlife Bill 
  • Mr. Kevin Rozzoli M.L.A. Visits Boyd Plateau 
  • Labour’s New Environment Committee
  • Colong Committee Activities 
  • Passive resistance to Destruction of Boyd Plateau Forest Petition

Bulletin No. 032

  • Of “Semi-Friendly Aborigines” 
  • The A.P.C.M. Extraordinary General Meeting 
  • Save The Boyd Planning Meeting 
  • The Forestry Study - ‘A Half Bakes P.R. Statement’ 
  • A Second Front for the Battle of the Boyd 
  • University of N.S.W. and The Boyd 
  • The First Rumour of Pines on the Boyd Circa 1960 
  • Things To Do 
  • Some Forestry Definitions
  • Press Correspondence on Boyd
  • Passive resistance to Destruction of Boyd Plateau Forest Petition

Bulletin No. 031

  • The Boyd Advertisement 
  • The Parliamentary Question 
  • The Bureaucrats 
  • ACF Director Visits Boyd
  • Inspect Visits Boyd 
  • A View of Dungalla Cascades - 60 years ago 
  • Boyd Vigil 
  • Copies of Forestry Commission's Study 
  • Copies of “Fight for the Forests” 
  • Bulletin Subscriptions
  • Distribution of Colong Committee Pamphlets
  • Rozzoli Re Dunphy 
  • Australians - Your Country Needs You 
  • Late Final Extra - Coffey Agrees!

Bulletin No. 030

  • Help Save the Boyd Plateau Native Forest 
  • National Trust Involvement 
  • “Fight for the Forests” 
  • We Need Your Support!

Bulletin No. 029

  • Wilderness Last 
  • Forest Industries Bombed Out 
  • Wilderness Diminished 
  • Meeting Dates
  • Blue Mountains for World Heritage 
  • Wilderness Between States
  • Rainforest Revisited 
  • Logs First Wilderness Last 
  • Selective Vision

Bulletin No. 028

  • The Annual General Meeting of Supporting Societies 
  • Total Environment Centre Urges Land Acquisitions 
  • Colong Committee’s Submission to the Gas Pipe Line Inquiry 
  • Wiangarie Rainforest 
  • North Entrance Peninsula 
  • Task Force on the National Estate 
  • Annual Subscriptions 

Bulletin No. 027

  • The Softwood Forestry Agreement Bill 
  • Precipitous Bluff
  • Do Conservationists have the Muscle to Save Lae Peddler? 
  • Disaster Area 
  • Annual General Meeting of representatives of Organisations Supporting the Colong Committee Invitation

Bulletin No. 026

  • Environmental Responsibility in the Conservation Department 
  • How Much is a Wilderness Worth? 
  • Importance of Wilderness Recognised at the Top
  • The Great Divide - Start in the Middle 
  • Extracts from the Second Annual Report of the Council on Environmental Quality (U.S.) 
  • The Softwood Forestry Agreement Bill 
  • The Top End - National Park or Uranium Mine? 
  • Colong Committee Bushwalks

Bulletin No. 025

  • Lake Pedder 
  • Bishop Slams Government 
  • Labour’s Environment Policies 
  • Lake Pedder Book 
  • Tax Deductible Conservation 
  • Colong Committee’s Methods Endorsed by Minister for Environment Control 
  • Are your parliamentary candidates conservationists? 
  • Petition on the Top End National Park 
  • The Boyd 
  • Mt. Werong State Forest 
  • Resignation of Father Tierney 
  • Colong Committee Wilderness Walks - The Latest Thing 
  • Top End National Park Petition 

Bulletin No. 024

  • Pedder After the Election 
  • At the Fifth Annual Supporters’ Meeting 
  • The Colong Committee Annual Report 
  • An Ally in our Boyd Campaign? 
  • Boyd - Crisis 
  • The Colong Committee Statement of Receipts and Payments 
  • The A.P.C.M. Annual General Meeting 
  • Bungonia Objections 
  • Help!

Bulletin No. 023

  • Wilderness, Vital, Vanishing … 
  • The Vital Wilderness
  • A voice for the Wilderness
  • Tasmania’s South West- The Most Urgent Task 
  • Stop Dammania
  • Picketing the Tasmanian Tourist Bureau 
  • Posters, Brochures, Circulars 
  • Fundraising in Tasmania
  • Nominate Your Wilderness
  • A new and urgent goal- Wilderness Legislation 
  • University students tour Boyd Plateau 
  • Bungonia Caves Reserve - Public Inspection 
  • Melbourne Supporter Visits Church CK. Caves 
  • Public Relations Blot of the Year 
  • Next Annual Meeting of A.P.C.M. - Darwin? 
  • The Annual General Meeting of Colong Committee Supporters 
  • Subscriptions

Bulletin No. 022

  • Reserves are not for mining- The Bungonia Proposal 
  • Bungonia Mining Leases 
  • The Boyd
  • Maxwell Frederick Arthur Keen, O.B.E. 
  • Annual Meeting of Supporting Societies 
  • Subscriptions

Bulletin No. 021

  • No Announcement on Colong 
  • The Boyd 
  • Colong Committee and Warwick Counsell v. Southern Portland Cement Company LTD. 
  • Hallett Cove, South Australia
  • Petitions 
  • Konangaroo State Forest Extension 
  • Money Matters

Bulletin No. 020

  • Annual General Meeting of Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers (Australia) Limited 
  • The Results - Colong Committee Takes Home the Ashes 
  • Publicity Bonanza from A.P.C.M. Meeting 
  • Colong Committee and Warwick Counsel v. Southern Portland Cement Company - Extracts from Evidence 
  • How can you help to “Save Colong”?

Bulletin No. 019

  • A.P.C.M. On the Run 
  • The end of the small investor? 
  • The Challenge Accepted 
  • Where is the Social Responsibility of A.P.C.M.? 
  • Another Colong Trip 
  • Checklist for all Colong Supporters

Bulletin No. 018

  • The Fourth Annual Meeting of Supporting Societies 
  • The test Case for Conservation in New South Wales
  • Action in 1971
  • Marulan Objections 
  • The Save Colong Election Campaign 
  • Comparison with Manapouri 
  • Wanted: A Quartermaster
  • Visit to Mt. Colong and Mt. Armour on 3-4th April  
  • Annual General Meeting of A.P.C.M. 
  • Steaming-Up Session and Rehearsal 
  • Stop Press - Beale has Cracked at Last

Bulletin No. 017

  • Where is the Colong Committee Going? 
  • State Election Campaign 
  • Colong Committee Members Contest Elections 
  • Report of Liberal Party Special Committee 
  • Marulan Discovery Tour 
  • Objection to use of Barber’s Creek as a Mine Dump 
  • Shareholders News

Bulletin No. 016

  • Meeting with Sir John Reiss 
  • A Solution to the Colong Controversy
  • Colong now a matter for British Commonwealth Concern 
  • Bungonia Reserves Threatened 
  • State Parliament 
  • Colong Offer to Help
  • Invitation to Marulan Study Tour

Bulletin No. 015

  • The Georges River by Election 
  • N.S.W. State Elections 
  • Committee of State Councilors of the Liberal Party to report on Colong and the Boyd Plateau 
  • Discussion with Mr. Fife 
  • Strong Support from the Sydney University Liberal Club 
  • Parliament 
  • Petition to Parliament 
  • Report on Visit to Sunny Corner 20.9.70
  • Shareholders Information

Bulletin No 14

  • Unrepentant, Philistine
  • Council Acts Against Commonwealth Portland Cement
  • Advice from the new professor of theoretical physics at Sydney University, R.M. May
  • Colong Committee Activities during Conservation Week
  • The Committee of State Councilors of the Liberal Party to Report on Colong and Boyd Plateau
  • Where does the National Parks and Wildlife Service Stand?
  • Letter from Sunny Corner
  • Field Trip to the Boyd and a Local Pine Plantation
  • Shareholders Information

Bulletin No. 013

  • The Boyd Plateau Protest Meeting 
  • Australian Conservation Foundation Invitations Turned Down 
  • Three Ministers Organise Site Inspection For 20 Leading Liberals 
  • Forthcoming Documents 
  • The Forthcoming Session of Parliament
  • And the Forthcoming Election 
  • Statement By the Leader of the N.S.W Labour Party, Mr. P.D. Hills 
  • Shareholder’s Page 
  • Know the Company 
  • Become a Shareholder Now
  • Questionnaire on Colong and the Boyd Plateau for Parliamentary Candidates 
  • The Boyd Plateau - Park or Pines

Bulletin No. 012

  • Labour Will Revoke Colong Mining Lease 
  • Liberal Government Still Supports Lease 
  • Alternative Limestone Deposits 
  • Annual General Meeting of Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers (Australia) Limited 
  • Senator Cotton Asked to Stop Logging on Boyd
  • Alternative Pine-Growing Land Found 
  • Askin Replies on Boyd 
  • New Threat to Kanangra/Boyd 
  • Beale Replies on Boyd 
  • Demonstration at the “Conservation” Department 
  • Join the Colong Shareholders “Club”

Bulletin No. 011

  • Parliamentarians See Boyd Plateau Destruction 
  • Urgency Motion in the Legislative Assembly 
  • If At First You Don’t Succeed… 
  • Mr Beale Finally Condescends to Receive A Deputation
  • Colong - Such Awful Country 
  • Will Shareholder Power Save Colong? 
  • Beale Question by Liberal M.P. 
  • Proposed Speech to the Legislative Assembly Requesting Revocation of the Kongaroo State Forest Extensions

Bulletin No. 010

  • Meeting of Representatives of the 90 Supporting Bodies of the Colong Committee, 23rd February 1970
  • Resolution on the Government’s Failure to Include Mt. Armour and the Boyd Plateau in the Kanangra-Boyd National Park 
  • Resolution to Extend the Terms of Reference of the Colong Committee
  • The Rape of the Boyd
  • Meanwhile on the Limestone Front: Will Fife Really Examine the Major Alternatives to Mt. Armour - Marulan?
  • Here is the Latest “Assurance” From the Government that No Mining Will Take Place at Mt. Armour 
  • And Here is the Company’s View on the Matter 
  • Fife Wrong Once Again 
  • Information Regarding Annual General Shareholders Meeting

Bulletin No. 009

  • Editorial 
  • When Will the Boyd Plateau be Added to the Park? 
  • Parliamentary Debate of the National Parks and Wildlife Bill 
  • Milo Dunphy Criticised in Parliament 
  • Progress of Surveys of Alternative Limestone Deposits 
  • Ku-Ring-Gai Council Resolves Against Colong Mining 
  • Boyd Plateau Additions to Kanangra-Boyd National Park 
  • Local Government Association Reaffirms Opposition to Mining Colong 
  • Meeting of Supporting Societies 
  • Subscriptions for Bulletin 
  • Notice to Secretaries of Supporting Organisations 
  • Thanks to Our Supporters
  • The Conservationist 
  • Your Share in Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers

Bulletin No. 008

  • Second Reading of Bill- Token Restorations
  • Colong Second Reading This Week 
  • Now is the Time for Our Greatest Effort Yet

Bulletin No. 007

  • Solution to Colong Question Now Possible 
  • Events Since Bulletin No. 6 
  • Appendix to Colong Bulletin No. 7 
  • Important! - Cost of Bulletin

Bulletin No. 006

  • Who Will Decide??? - The Government or The Company 
  • How the Situation Arose 
  • A.P.C.M.’s Attitude??? 
  • Developments Since Our Last Bulletin 
  • Conservation and The Future 
  • Colong Dinner

Bulletin No. 005

  • Meeting Between the Colong Committee and APCM 
  • Conservationists Mix-Up Cement Men 
  • June Has Been A Good Month For the Save Colong Campaign 
  • But the Struggle Continues

Bulletin No. 004

  • Shareholders of A.P.C.M. Unite 
  • Come to the Meeting Yourself 
  • Bring Your Friends Too 
  • The Colong Committee Gains It’s Seventy First Supporting Body 
  • Seventy Six Civil Engineers 
  • Information Centre at Kanangra Walls 
  • Lecture to the Engineering Faculty, Sydney University 
  • The “Escalator” Meeting

Bulletin No. 003

  • Colong Caves “Safe” 
  • The Press Was Not Deceived 
  • The Sydney Morning Herald Editorial of Thursday October 3, 1968
  • Mr. Fife’s Murruin Creek “Estimates” 
  • Murruin Creek Deposits an Alternative to Colong 
  • Reconsideration By Cabinet 
  • The Incredible Mr. Fife
  • “The Government Has Been Able to Impose Many More Safeguards and Conditions in the New Lease” 
  • A Very Costly Pipeline 
  • The State Parliamentary Opposition Takes a Stand on Colong 
  • The National Trust Reconfirms it’s Opposition to Mining in Colong Reserve 
  • Nw Support for the ‘Save Colong’ Campaign 

Bulletin No. 002

  • Who Can Believe Mr. Fife Now? 
  • For Those Who Still Believe Mr. Fife
  • For Those Who Do Not Believe Mr. Fife
  • The Kowmung Dam Controversy 
  • Erosion, Siltation and Pollution of the Warragamba Catchment

Bulletin No 001

  • Strategy of the Save Colong Campaign 
  • The Government’s Position 
  • What the Colong Committee has Done
  • What Societies Can Do 
  • What Individuals Can Do 
  • All Statements Should Demand 
  • Liaison 
  • Deputation 
  • Rubbish 
  • The Wild West 
  • Neo-Colonialism 
  • Policy Somersault 
  • Stop Press

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