Update from Catherine Park Estate regarding COVID-19

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25 May - COVID-19 Update

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We are open!

With restrictions easing we are pleased to announce that the following are open at Catherine Park Estate:

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10 ways to reduce screen time during Easter school holidays

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Keeping your children entertained during school holidays has arguably never been easier thanks to technology. But technology can be a double-edged sword and screen time can become a crutch – one that parents inadvertently rely on too often and one that children get accustomed to too quickly.

To make things harder (interesting?) the outbreak of COVID-19 has seen almost the entire country – and indeed the world – seek the safety of their homes in order to help ‘flatten the curve’ of infection. Now that we’ve been placed in a 90-day lockdown, things could escalate to a Lord Of The Flies-type situation really quick.

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30 Mar - COVID-19 Update

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Following a recent announcement from the Prime Minister we are closing Paw Park and restricting all access to our play equipment, fitness stations, shelters and seating areas across Catherine Park Estate.

These areas have been closed in conjunction with Camden Council and in accordance with NSW Health advice. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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COVID-19 Update

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At Catherine Park Estate the health and safety of our community is our priority.

In light of the current COVID-19 situation our Sales and Information Centre will remain closed until further notice to protect our staff and residents.

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The trees of Catherine Park Estate

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A key feature of Catherine Park Estate is leafy tree-lined streets and a collection of carefully preserved green areas. While contributing to the natural beauty, there’s another reason why we plant trees in Catherine Park Estate and why we developed a carefully considered tree plan for this community and its residents.

Trees in residential and urban areas help to offset what’s known as the ‘heat sink effect’, also referred to as the ‘heat island effect’. These terms describe instances where localised warming occurs due to dark-coloured and paved surfaces, buildings and the emission of heat from human activities.

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25 May 2020
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We are open!With restrictions easing we are pleased to announce that the following are open at Catherine Park Estate:Sales & Information CentreWisdom & Hoot Display VillageRobbins Park PlaygroundCatherine Park Oval Playground and Exercise Equ...
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Keeping your children entertained during school holidays has arguably never been easier thanks to technology. But technology can be a double-edged sword and screen time can become a crutch – one that parents inadvertently rely on too often and one th...
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