Callum Brae Nature Reserve (Narrabundah Lane, Symonston, in Canberra’s Inner South) is a very special place.
Callum Brae protects Yellow Box and Blakely Red Gum trees which are on the Extremely Endangered list as well as grassy woodland. Many species of birds, some of which are rarely sighted such as the swift parrot and the gang gang cockatoo have been seen in Callum Brae. Callum Brae is a well known location for birdwatching. We visit and enjoy Callum Brae Nature Reserve regularly.
Callum Brae Nature Reserve is under severe threat by a proposed large crematorium and cemetery infrastructure on the boundary of Callum Brae Nature Reserve. This commercial development proposal is inappropriate, unnecessary and damaging to the environment.
Callum Brae Nature Reserve will be overwhelmed by the proposed huge Crematorium development on its border.
Make a submission TODAY against this development application amendment.
Deadline for comments 31 May 2022
Make a submission website: http://bitly.ws/qwoy
Scroll down toJERRABOMBERRA – SYMONSTON
Or go to www.planning.act.gov.au
Choose Development Applications open for Public Comment.
Search SYMONSTON Development Application: 202138789
Address: 99 MUGGA LANE