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November 15, 2021

Kelly’s Bush is an area of heritage listed bushland located on the on the southern foreshore of the Woolwich Peninsula, along the Parramatta River.

In 1971, it became the site of the world’s first green ban, after it was famously saved from incoming development by dedicated conservationists.

Watch the video to take a journey through Kelly’s Bush and catch up on the 50th anniversary celebration that was held on location on 31 October, 2021.

Learn more about the site and its history:

Celebrating Kelly’s Bush

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