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Help maintain Andrews Reserve bushland in Kew

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Help recover and nurture native bushland to support local native species including rainbow lorikeets, red-rumped parrots, ring-tailed possums and blue-tongued lizards, and support health and well-being of many local families, walkers, dog-owners, runners and cyclists.

Each third Sunday of the month, our Landcare group creates the space and conditions for high quality, relatively undisturbed bush to thrive by planting, removing weeds such as blackberry, madeira vine, Tradescantia and flax-leaved broom, as well as rubbish.

Dress for the weather and activities, wear dependable shoes, bring gloves, a hat, sunscreen and water.Andrews Reserve extends between Yarra River and Yarra Boulevard at its southern end, in Kew. Closest public transport is tram routes 12 and 109, stopping corner Victoria Street and Burnley Road, Richmond and cross the pedestrian bridge north over the river to Walker St in Kew. See

Once you've registered, text Ben on 0411 673 531 for this month's starting location.

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