Protecting Wilderness and National Parks

Alex Colley symposium

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Re-imagining wilderness: finding soul in a dystopian world. Andy will present some challenging ideas about perceptions of wilderness, and how the road ahead should be tackled

Details: 1pm Sunday September 2nd, Building L2 Northside,
Hawkesbury Campus, East Richmond (see below)
Event Program

Andy Macqueen is an author, bushwalker and explorer who has an extensive knowledge of the NSW wilderness areas and has written several books on the these wilderness areas, including Wayfaring in Wollemi.

Please join Andy and the Colong Foundation for Wilderness to re-imagine wilderness.

Alex Colley contributed a large part of his life to wilderness protection. This talk commemorates his contribution.


Building L2 Northside, University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury campus.

Public transport - use the interactive travel planner on this page or visit Transport NSW (opens in new window)Opens in a new window for up to date travel information.

Shuttle Bus - for campus shuttle info visit the Shuttle bus webpage.

Bike - on-campus bike parking is available. Check the cycling at Western Sydney University page for locations.

Walk - The College Drive campus entrance is a 1km or 10 minute walk from East Richmond train station.

Drive or carpool (opens in new window)Opens in a new window - Entrance to the campus is by College Drive. Limited parking is available on campus. For fees please see the parking webpage.

Map - Hawkesbury campus map [PDF, 858Kb] (opens in new window)Opens in a new window.

2nd September 2018 1:00 PM
University of Western Sydney
Science Road
East Richmond NSW 2753

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