Rejuvenate Kingsley Headland: Fri 8 &/or Sat 9 April
Join us to help rejuvenate Kingsley Headland,
A great opportunity at this scenic spot to help repair environmental damage. We'll be removing some highly invasive weeds and planting native coastal plants in the vicinity. What better way to meet up with other caring people outdoors in a safe airy environment.
The Friends of Tomaree National Park invite you to participate in either or both mornings.
Friday 25 March AM and/or Saturday 26 March AM
We will target two highly invasive weeds and plant some local natives.
|Bitou Bush --
|cutting and treating with herbicide
|Chinese Violet --
|marking the location where seen
The program for each morning includes …
|Welcome, learn, into it!
|Morning tea supplied (please BYO mug and folding chair)
|Review, continue or plant
|Finish and pack up tools
Please register each participant separately.
This is an activity of the Friends of Tomaree National Park, a group of the National Parks Association. We are managed and supported by the National Parks and Wildlife Service in our regular work.
This event "Rejuvenate Kingsley Headland" is supported by Hunter Region Landcare Network and Hunter Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program
The Friends of Tomaree National Park acknowledge we live, meet and work on the lands of the Worimi People. We pay respect to Elders, past, present and future, and acknowledge the pivotal role of First Nations People within the Australian community.