More car break ins @Callum Brae

To: 'sandra henderson' <>, 'Cog line' <>
Subject: More car break ins @Callum Brae
From: Suzanne EDGAR <>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2018 10:09:45 +0000

Good heavens, had no idea (was off b watching for a fair while  last yr) & they are 3 of my regularly visited sites

Thanks for these reminders. Assume Campb Pk is safer due to contiguity of govt offfices.



From: sandra henderson [
Sent: Wednesday, 21 February 2018 5:32 PM
To: Cog line <>
Subject: Re: [canberrabirds] More car break ins @Callum Brae


I now park up at Animal Services on Mugga Lane, which has a small carpark outside the gate. More passing traffic and close to the AS offices, which hopefully will deter the low-lifes. About a 10min walk down to the Callum Brae entrance.

Sandra H

On Wednesday, 21 February 2018, Christine Darwood <> wrote:

Sandra warned us in December of vandals breaking into cars, at car parks of various South-side birding spots, and sadly this continues.

Yesterday two cars at Callum Brae were broken into, even when there was nothing left in the car. Obviously they think there may just be something in the glove box.

It is such a shame that many of us now think think seriously about, and even decide not to visit these sites ie Callum Brae, Pine Island and Jerrabomberra Wetlands.


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