Campbell Park

To: Lucy Randall <>
Subject: Campbell Park
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2014 17:49:28 +1000
In the past when I gave someone  collecting firewood a serve I was told they had permission from Defence.  This was in the area between the Offices and the horse stile.

As the person concerned had an axe, and I didn't, I did not pursue the matter.


On 9 August 2014 16:19, Lucy Randall <> wrote:
Just walked around Campbell Park, long billed corellas looked like they were feeding young in the tree behind the small dam at the eastern end.

Also what looked to be a pair of white-naped honeyeaters and three flame robins.

Found two guys chopping up a fallen tree with chainsaws and axes. I gave them hell but don't know if their strategic retreat was temporary or permanent! Security guard from ASIO building took details too.


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