Annandale NSW Australia -33.8814; 151.1707

History Books at Annandale Village Newsagent Johnston St




Contact Us about Advertising here or in email newsletter


Public Transport Trip Planner

Annandale Streetscape - Tom Worthington

Annandale on the Web

Promoting Annandale on the Internet since 1998

Local Provenance Plants

Nursery Trees > 5m Trees < 5m 0.5 - 2m Grasses Climbers Herbs Estuarine Ferns Fungi Wattle Seed Pods Yellow Flowers Green Flowers Blue Flowers White Flowers Bunya Nuts Lilipillis August September October Banksia marginata Trees Weeds Bookshop circa 1800 1785-1830 References

signage about the Rozelle Bay Community Native NurseryRozelle Bay Community Native Nursery Volunteers

woman making figures with pipecleanershakea fairies hanging in windowFootprints ecoFestival

The Nursery will be open during the Footprints EcoFestival 11am-3pm Sunday 25 August 2013. Special activities include plant giveaways, hakea mythical creatures and planting in the park.

More Photographs of Volunteers and their activities

History of the Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery & Bushcare Groups

The Rozelle Bay Community Native nursery operated in Chapman Road, Rozelle Bay (Annandale) from the mid 1990s. On the 29 August 2012, Mayor Rochelle Porteus joined volunteers and staff from Leichhardt Council, for a soft opening of the new Nursery in Wisdom Street, Annandale

People around a Plant NurseryMorning Tea with Leichhardt Mayor Rochelle Porteus, Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery Wisdom Street, Annandale Photo Marghanita da Cruz, from Whites Creek Wetlands, 29 August 2012

construction siteA permanent home for the Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery in Wisdom Street, at White's Creek Valley, Annandale

In February 2012, the Wednesday group tasted Bunya Nuts, from Callan Park...more

Rozelle Bay Community Native Nursery operated from Chapman Street, Annandale: 1998-2012

Pocket GreenDavid Lawrence and more recently Woman in Red Jumper with tubestockBronwen Campbell.

two women removing seeds from deep pink berriesShirley and Merrilyn collecting seeds from Lillipillis.

Plaque on bench reading: The Leichhardt Community thanks Beth Buchannen and David Lawrence for their inspiration and tireless work in bringing the bush back to Annandale.
Plaque on Bench near Aqueduct between Nelson St and Nelson Lane, Annandale - Photograph Marghanita da Cruz 27 September 2012A Bench in Annandale

Woman sitting on Bench Woman sitting on Bench

Plaque reads: "The Leichhardt Community thanks Beth Buchannen and David Lawrence for their inspiration and tireless work in bringing the bush back to Annandale." Bench is located under large Fig Tree, near Aqueduct between Nelson St and Nelson Lane, Annandale - Photographs Marghanita and Bridget 27 September 2012

Marghanita and Bridgette, who worked with the RBCNN in the early 2000s chanced on the Bench, while surveying the Bushcare sites, around Annandale and Chapman Street nursery.

Woman planting street vergeWoman planting street vergePlanting out the Verge in front of the New Nursery.

women in red top with pigeon in her handsBev and Bronwen the Pigeon

More about the Nursery and its activities

This page www.ramin.com.au/annandale/rbcnn-photos.shtml last updated 7 February 2014