Eco Schools PD Sessions for Teachers

July 26, 2018

We will be running a number of Eco School sessions in August in Darwin and Alice Springs. The sessions are free and are aimed at helping teachers explore the resources available for Eco Schools. Please register your interest by sending an email to ceo@kabcnt.org.au or calling Heimo on 0407 186 461.    

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Aputula (Finke) representatives enjoying Barmera

April 11, 2018

The representatives of Apulta (Finke) had an interesting trip to Barmera in South Australia as they visited some of the attractions as part of their trip for the national Tidy Towns awards ceremony.   Visiting the Men’s Shed   ‘The Boys’ at Kindy   Natural materials used at the Kindy Jeff and Leigh at environmental

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A day in the life of a Tidy Town – Aputula (Finke)

March 31, 2018

Historical Finke looks to tourism for future. “The Finke people feel the same way about alcohol as they do about heroin,” a Council worker tells me. “That’s how much they dislike it.” Finke is a small town of around 160 people, the majority of them Aboriginals and the rest whites who work there in some

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Finke (Aputula) wins 2017 Northern Territory Tidy Town Award

October 28, 2017

The proud MacDonnell Regional township of Finke (Aputula) has won the 2017 Northern Territory Tidiest Town accolade at the Awards Night held in October 2017 in Alice Springs.   Keep Australia Beautiful Council (NT) CEO, Heimo Schober said Finke’s (Aputula) dedication to keeping their community tidy and beautiful made it a stand-out this year.  

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Alice Springs Territory Tidy Towns Forum

October 24, 2017

We’re looking forward to the Alice Springs Forum taking place on Friday as part of the Territory Tidy Towns awards ceremony. We invite all community and residents to come along to take part in this workshop. There is no charge for this workshop, but please email us if you’d like to attend for catering purposes at

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Alice Springs

July 11, 2017

We recently visited Alice Springs and were blown away by the old and unwanted tyre reuse business! Remote communities can reduce landfill waste by reusing tyres and of course there is a great incentive for reusing the tyres. Take a look at some of these amazing works of art that have been created.   old,

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