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Belubula River Walk in Blayney taking shape | Blayney Chronicle

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The pink stumps dotting the landscape along the Belubula River on the south side of Glasson’s Bridge might look like an abstract art form, but they’re all part of the second stage of the Belubula River Walk. The latest work involves removing noxious trees and weeds along the river in town to create a reinvigorated and restored riverine environment. It’s all being paid for courtesy of $50,000 from the NSW Government’s Drought Stimulus Package and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole was on hand on Friday to witness the carnage meted out to the willows that were choking the flow of water. READ ALSO: “In the past that section of the river was pretty much an unused eyesore. Now it’s being…



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