Newsletter 339

26th June 2014. Find out where and why we're moving; Who's the new moderator? Are you coming to the National Gathering? Where to find Banksia integrifolia; Who are the new Business Members?
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Edition 339: 26th June 2014

Hi ExplorOz Reader,

We hope you enjoy this week's edition of our newsletter with all the latest information about what's happening on the website.

We're Moving

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This is a technical site migration, moving our hosting services which have been running on physical servers for the past 14 years and taking it to Cloud services.

The migration is currently well underway and will be finished before the 5th July. We do expect some interruption to our service with some unavoidable short periods of downtime.

For more information see Site Migration posted in the ExplorOz Forum on Friday 20th June.

New Moderator

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You're invited !

We are pleased to announce a new member has been added to the ExplorOz Forum Moderation Team (affectionately known as the ModSquad).

Yep, that's him in the front in the navy t-shirt in the centre of this photo. There's also a few other ExplorOz Volunteers in this picture too. Find out more in our updated blog "Our Most Important People - Volunteers".
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The ExplorOz National Members' Gathering 2014 will be held at Trilby Station located on the Darling River Run from the 28th of September to the 4th of October - that's about 100 days to go!

Members need to register to attend on the Gathering Page on ExplorOz which will put you in touch with organising Member - Sir Kev & Darkie , but you must also contact Liz at Trilby Station to make your reservations for a campsite or cabin. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity for great camping and even better company.
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Did you know that most photos on the site can be expanded or enlarged by clicking them? In Blogs you can click one photo then step backwards and forwards through all other photos in the blog!
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This month you may still find Banksias in flower, as many continue flowering into winter. Coast Honeysuckle or Banksia integrifolia grows in sand behind the beaches of NSW and also on the northern tablelands of NSW. The flowers are attractive to many nectar feeding birds. Find more in the Wildflowers section of the ExplorOz website.

We encourage our audience to support the ExplorOz Business Members. You can find our Business Members in the Members tab on the website - click "Find a Business".

Our latest Business Members are:

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