A feature of the fun at Glenbrook on Saturday will be old-fashioned bush picnic children’s events on the centre arena.
‘‘This was what we did at the original Rotary Australia Day Carnival in Glenbrook in the mid-1990s,” planning committee chairman Geoff Vallance said.
Australia Day at Glenbrook Park regularly attracts 6-8000 to the village green atmosphere.
And up to 2000 gnomes are also expected to line up for the ninth annual Gnome Convention, with gnome carers organising special costumes for the day.
Mr Vallance said other attractions were a revamped children’s area with story telling and creative art and a special event to commemorate the bi-centenary of the first European crossing of the Blue Mountains.
‘‘We will start the day with the flag raising ceremony and invite families to visit the 150 stalls and enjoy musical entertainment and children’s rides and amusements.
Details: 47392321, firstname.lastname@example.org, australiaday-glenbrook.org.au or http://australiangnomeconvention.com.au.
Pictured: Temporary gnome Rotary’s David Cook with friends. Picture: Gary Warrick
and the desired development outcomes.
Copies of those Masterplans will be exhibited with the Draft BLEP 2013.
Some of the key features of Draft BLEP 2013 include:
Introducing a true low density residential zone (R2) which will remove the current “blanket” permissibility of medium density housing in the current 2(a) Residential zone across the City.