McGrath's Hill Treatment Plant

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Subject: McGrath's Hill Treatment Plant
From: Joshua Bergmark <>
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 18:14:14 +1100
Hi everyone

As a few of you would know, I'm only 17, so I'm not very knowledgeable on the 
history of Sydney birding. It's come to my attention that McGrath's Hill 
treatment plant really is quite a good spot to go birding (and has had vagrants 
before), but it's not particularly easy to see in from the new path that's been 
put up on the east side. With Pitt Town Lagoon out of action for the moment, 
I'm just wondering what ever happened that stopped birders from being able to 
enter the site? Would it be possible to put together an email/petition to allow 
access again, or was the reason that they closed it in the first place an 
unfixable problem? It would be nice to have our own Werribee!


Joshua Bergmark                                           

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