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Woolnorth hosted a workshop at Musselroe Wind Farm on April 29 (2019) to help prepare participants for the field surveys as a part of the Where Where Wedgie project. The project focuses on the endangered wedge-tailed eagle and aims to use people power to assist in updating the estimate of the overall numbers of these birds across Tasmania – see https://naturetrackers.com.au
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The Circular Head Pony Club hosted the Pony Club Tasmania Tasmanian State Eventing Championships on 9th, 10th and 11th March, 2019. This prestigious event held at Tall Timbers, Smithton was heralded a huge success. Approximately 100 competitors and their entourage of followers converged on the region at this three day event. As well as the tourism and economic benefits, the Circular Head Community benefited majorly from the event.
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From February 27 to March 7 a convoy of the world oldest cars completed what has been named the Crack Plug Run, organised by the Veteran Car Club of Australia (Tas). The event saw 28 of the worlds earliest model cars, some of which have just a couple of examples left, drive the long and rugged road from the Musselroe Wind Farm to Strathgordon in the South-West. This will be the second such event involving Woolnorth Wind Farms with an earlier run in 2016 starting from Bluff Point Wind Farm and finishing at Cockle Creek in the far south.
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Musselroe Wind Farm is sponsoring the 2018 Bridport 10+ fun run. This year’s Bridport 10+ Fun Run celebrates its seventh year on Sunday, 28 October 2018.
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As a part of the Where? Where? Wedgie! program Andrew Hughes, (Bookend Trust Education Manager) visited us up in the north east to find out a bit more about eagles and wind farms. Here's the video of what we got up to.
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Could there be fewer than 1000 Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles in the world? Help find out. In a snapshot survey, record where you see eagles - and where you don’t - on Friday 25th, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May 2018.
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A group of Grade 6 Launceston Church Grammar School students were hosted at our Musselroe Wind Farm as a part of the Student’s excursion to Tasmania’s north-east.
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The Circular Head Show has been run almost continuously since 1907. Draught horses, sheep, beef and dairy cattle, pigeons, poultry and pigs along with the various equestrian events have all played their role over the years. The kennel and wood chopping competitions also feature along with popular attractions such as the Bird Club display and Vintage cars.
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Scottsdale offers an annual country style show featuring the region's agricultural diversity and charm which is set in a rural back drop of patchwork fields and beautiful mountain ranges. The show runs over two days showcasing the home craft pavilion, equestrian events, shearing demonstrations and chopping events, livestock and fat cattle.
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The Musselroe Wind Farm Derby River Derby was a roaring success on the last weekend of October 2017, with the Wind Farm team having a lark of a time.
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