Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council is hosting a National Tree Day site at Brownes Farm Reserve. The reserve is located along Cabramatta Creek which flows into the Georges River. We are aiming to continue regenerating the area with native plant species to increase biodiversity and provide habitat for native animals. Come and learn about native wildlife, create habitat for our native birds and see some of our native animals up close. Plus there will be face painting for the kids! All registered volunteers will receive a free sausage sandwich and drink.

Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2019

9:00am to 12:00pm

LOCATION

20 First Ave

Hoxton Park

NSW 2171

www.liverpool.nsw.gov.au

EVENT DETAILS

Site Organiser

Biljana Jovanovic

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

No

DIRECTIONS

Meet in the reserve at the end of First Ave, there is free car park available at the other side of the sports field. We will be planting close to the bushland behind the houses and sports oval. You will see the purple Council marquee and banners.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Volunteers are asked to please wear enclosed shoes (such as boots or running shoes), long pants and long sleeved shirt are preferred. Please bring a hat, gardening gloves, and drinking water, A BBQ will be provided to all registered volunteers. There will be a native wildlife display and face painting for the kids.

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Tools and equipment for planting,BBQ


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Jemima Karkada