This website is based on the popular and efficient WordPress blogging platform and has some great features and a fresh new look. Our Co-Chairperson, Peter Fagan has put this initial content together, and he has done a fantastic job! Thanks Peter!
The previous FoMH website served us well for over 8 years, so thanks go to Megan Vazey and many others for its design and content. The old website content, such as documents and images, will be progressively added to this site. We welcome your ideas.
One feature of this website is the ability to leave a comment. Comments are moderated, and may take time to appear. So make a comment!
Another feature allows you to “follow” the new web site, which means that when we publish a news item or story (blog entry) on the home page, you receive a copy of it by email.
To follow us look for “Follow FoMH blog via Email”, on the home page and enter your email address and click Follow. Try it – if it doesn’t suit you you can always “unfollow”!
As Friends of Malabar Headland we welcome your comments, suggestions on the website, the Headland and any related issues.
Please visit again soon – the site is regularly updated!
Tom & Lorraine
Lorraine Child said:
Hello Tom, great new site! Can we have the lists of vegetation and fauna moved from old site to new site. Lorraine
Thanks Lorraine. Yes, we will migrate that content to this site and we are assessing the best way to present/access the various documents and images. All suggestions welcome. Do we have any WordPress experts around?
Hi Lorraine, very pleased to advise that you can find a list of native plants under the “Eastern & Western Bushland” tab at the top of the page. A list of Birds of the Headland is contained in the “About the Headland” tab. A Handy feature of this website is the Search button at the top right. Just put in a keyword and search. Have fun!
Great I have used the lists and others will also.
Thanks also to Peter Fagan for his work on new site.
Claire Bettington said:
Thanks everyone, it is really great!!
Hi there, I have long admired the work of the group and congratulate you and your members on getting legislation into the parliament for the establishment of a National Park. The headland is a lovely place and I have made it the subject of one of my local photographic blog posts on the South East Sydney Lens, I hope you don’t mind. Please feel free to have a look.
Thanks for the comment and link. Your photo of Boora Point is wonderful! It looks so surreal! Thanks for your kind comments on your blog regarding FoMH. There is still much to be done and we always welcome new members! You can follow us too! Cheers.
Hi there tdaun12
your most welcome, and I have followed and perhsps one day, I will become a member. Thanks for the groups hard work and success.
Hi there tdaun12
Just thought you may be interested in the latest photo posted in the South East Lens. Cheers