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August 26, 2021

Did you know that this year is the 50th anniversary of the world’s first green ban?

Kelly’s Bush, a beautiful bushland patch on the harbour near Clarkes Point, was the site.

The Hunters Hill Historical Society launched an excellent exhibition at the Museum just before the lockdown, however due to COVID restrictions the Museum has been closed.

Council has worked with the society and Google Arts & Culture to bring the exhibition online.

Please take a moment to understand the story behind the Kelly’s Bush Battle.

View the exhibition

You can also read more on our Celebrating Kelly’s Bush page.

Photo courtesy of Hunters Hill Trust

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