Many of us who like to tread this planet carefully, would also like to leave it lightly.
Compare the environmental impacts of cremations and burials and learn about eco-friendly coffins, shrouds, natural burials and living legacies.
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2016 from 6:30 PM -8:00 PM
- Compare the environmental impacts of cremations and burials
- Learn about eco-friendly coffins, shrouds, natural burials and living legacies
Vendor sincce 2016
Situated just 16 kilometres from the city on Sydney’s leafy North Shore, Ku-ring-gai is known for its unique natural and urban environments. Ku-ring-gai covers the area which stretches from near the Roseville cinemas in the south to Wahroonga Park in the north, and from St Ives Showground in the east to Lane Cove National Park in the west.
In Ku-ring-gai, we’re bound by three national parks – Garigal National Park, Lane Cove National Park and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. This means our residents and visitors enjoy areas of unspoiled bushland, plus the incredible wildlife that goes along with it.
Discover Ku-ring-gai through our many classes and workshops offering the chance to learn new hobbies, gain new skills, broaden your outlook and have lots of fun!