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Connecting with Nature on the Bridle Path

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Connecting with Nature on the Bridle Path

Join us for a morning of community bushland regeneration, helping to restore and strengthen the natural environment on this much-loved pathway along the beautiful Port Stephens shoreline. 

We'll be working on one section of the Bridle Path, removing weeds and planting local native ground covers and low flowering bushes.  No experience is necessary, just a love of nature and a willingness to help.  

Together we can create a healthier habitat for our native birds, bees, and other small wildlife and a more beautiful landscape for our community.  


Sunday, May 5th from 9:00am to 11:30am

The program for the morning:

8:45am    Sign in (Dutchmans Beach east off Christmas Bush Avenue)

9:00am    Welcome, learn, get into it! 

10:00am   Morning tea supplied (please BYO mug)

10:30am   Continue planting

11:30am  Finish, pack-up tools and depart

Please register each participant separately. 

Should you have any enquiries, please email nbwestlandcare@portstephens.net

This Bridle Path bush regeneration event is managed by Nelson Bay West Bushcare and supported by Port Stephens Council through its Environmental Projects Fund Grant 2023-24

We acknowledge the Worimi people as the traditional owners and custodians of this land on which we carry out our work as environmental volunteers.  We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and honour the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island peoples' unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas. 


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