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BCOIR January 25, 2022

Hello friends of Bob Campbell Oval… NATURAL GRASS AT BCO IS NOW OFFICIAL!! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF YOU WHO HELPED MAKE THIS HAPPEN!!  At a special meeting held by Lane Cove Council last night, 8 councillors to 1

BCOIR January 22, 2022

Merri and Adelaide enjoy visiting the oval together. "BCO is a beautiful, tranquil, natural space. Our community has shared this space for as long as I can remember. We don't need synthetic surfaces, boundary fences and designated areas

BCOIR January 22, 2022

Meet Ross, Beatle, Ziggy and Zeus. "We often bring our dogs Zeus and Ziggy for a run at the oval. Of course the pitch needs improvement, but we are so lucky to have this open grass space

BCOIR January 22, 2022

Due to their timid nature and quick reflexes, you may only ever see them dashing for cover as you approach. The Eastern Water Skink is one of the larger skinks and can grow up to 30 cm

BCOIR January 22, 2022

Good luck trying to spot an Eastern Whipbird in the Gore Creek Reserve surrounding Bob Campbell Oval - their dark olive green plumage acts like an invisibility cloak against the backdrop of the bush. You will however

BCOIR January 22, 2022

The Bar-Tailed Godwit has the aerodynamic build of a jet fighter, with long pointed wings and a sleek streamlined design allowing them to fly at speeds of up to 88km/h. As a migratory wader, it comes to

BCOIR January 22, 2022

Our friends at the Lane Cove Bushland & Conservation Society have posted the following news: 'Lane Cove Council is holding an extraordinary meeting on Monday 24 January concerning replacing the turf on the Bob Campbell Oval - an