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Dainfern Nature Association Booklet

When the Dainfern Estate was first developed it was recognised that the area had some unique biospheres that should be preserved. The area was carefully environmentally surveyed and when the lovely golf course was developed these special areas were preserved and designated on the Estate plan. These areas have been handed to us all to nurture and enjoy. Click on “Read More” to Download the Magazine Read More Continue reading Dainfern Nature Association Booklet

PHOTO OF THE WEEK – 3 FEBRUARY 2017

The Photo of the Week was taken by Felix Kranz (14 years old)!  Congratulations!  The Jukskei River in full flood on Monday 30 January 2017.  It’s amazing how perspective can fool you, when looking at the Bridge, it looked the like the river was about to engulf it, however gliding smoothly across you see a golf cart!  The power of water in motion is awe … Continue reading PHOTO OF THE WEEK – 3 FEBRUARY 2017

Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association September 2016

A zen garden is usually relatively small, surrounded by a wall, and is usually meant to be seen while seated from a single viewpoint outside the garden, such as the porch of the hojo, the residence of the chief monk of the temple or monastery. Classical zen gardens were created at temples of Zen Buddhism in Kyoto, Japan during the Muromachi Period. Read More Continue reading Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association September 2016

Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association October 2016

GardenShop has an exclusive partnership with leading Architect Landscaper, Robyn Baxter, who is newly based in our BroadAcres branch. We extend an invitation to attend a talk and demonstration by Robyn where she will reveal her tricks of the trade and water-wise designs. She specialises in outdoor garden spatial planning, planting advice and her main focus is to provide responsible design with cleverly planned spaces, … Continue reading Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association October 2016

Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association August 2016

NATURE’S TRUE COLOURS Kids – Aren’t the pictures you are invited to colourin great fun? We can see by the wonderful colours that you are enjoying every minute of what you are doing, and to have a prize at the end of it all makes it better still. Congratulations Zara (aged 6) you have won this month. Read More Continue reading Focus your community magazine – Dainfern Nature Association August 2016

Focus Your Community Magazine – December 2016 /2017

Little Egrets are not threatened and have benefited from dams that have been constructed as the margins of these areas provide them with additional habitat for foraging. They will continue to be seen in Dainfern, mainly in areas along the river where they can stalk their prey in shallow water. If you see an egret at the edge of the river or at a wetland … Continue reading Focus Your Community Magazine – December 2016 /2017

Focus Your Community Magazine – November 2016

A celebration to end all celebrations was held over 9 days starting on 30 September 2016 with the Auction Evening for the Dainfern Club Championships running through to 9 October 2016 where the 2016 Dainfern Club Champion was crowned at a glittering prize giving ceremony. The Oktoberfest held on Saturday 1 October was a day where residents could relax and enjoy their Clubhouse DHA Chairman: … Continue reading Focus Your Community Magazine – November 2016

FOCUS Your Community Magazine • July 2016

The Board of Directors and staff welcome Brett Cornish to the position of Interim General Manager. The Board have retained Brett on a three month contract to ensure there is a steady hand on the tiller while the Board conducts a more intensive recruitment process and his expertise in the legal field will be useful in amending the Memorandum of Incorporation of the Dainfern Homeowners … Continue reading FOCUS Your Community Magazine • July 2016

FOCUS Your Community Magazine • June 2016

A lot of work has been undertaken around the Estate including the conversation of a large pile of rubble which was left over after the sewer upgrade into a beautiful wetland area near the 7th and 8th holes – take a walk to the area and enjoy the natural ecosystem of various birds including bee eaters. The Clubhouse surrounds have also been upgraded, with the … Continue reading FOCUS Your Community Magazine • June 2016