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Quota International Narooma sensory garden receives a makeover

Quota International of Narooma have been refurbishing their sensory garden at Forsters Bay with the help of Eurobodalla Council.

The garden was established in 1999 to commemorate Quota International's 80th birthday. Twenty years on and celebrating Quota's 100th birthday, the garden has had a remake, with new wooden borders and plantings. The Quota Club extend their thanks to Eurobodalla Shire Council, and in particular parks staff Peter and Michael, for their excellent support and assistance throughout.

Above: Peter and Michael from Eurobodalla Shire Council, busy with planting.

Above; Susan, Sharlie and Council staff planting

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