Frasers Landing supported by the City of Mandurah Tree Day Site Details

Frasers Landing supported by the City of Mandurah

By hosting the 2019 National Tree Day planting at Frasers Landing Core Conservation Area, Frasers Property and the City of Mandurah are encouraging the local community to preserve and protect a significant portion of pristine bushland along the Serpentine River. The core conservation area is home to iconic and threatened tree species, like Tuart trees and Banksia woodland. It also provides important habitat, shelter and food for key native wildlife - Ospreys, Honey Possums, Quenda, Brushtail Possums and Black Cockatoos - just to name a few! Drawing the whole community together to preserve, regenerate and appreciate the Frasers Landing Core Conservation Area is key to increasing our overall biodiversity and connecting community members with the environment and each other. This planting day is supported by the Peel Harvey Catchment Council through the Alcoa Foundation Serpentine River project and Treemission, a tree planting conservation initiative.

Native Animal Habitat Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat Threatened Species Urban Renewal Rivers, Wetlands, Waterways

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2019

10:00am to 2:00pm

LOCATION

Landings Boulevard

Coodanup

WA 6210

EVENT DETAILS

Site Organiser

Michelle Mrzyglocki

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

No

DIRECTIONS

Coming off Mandurah Road, turn onto Coodanup Drive. follow it down to the end roundabout where it meets Wanjeep Street. Take the 2nd exit into Landings Boulevard. Coming from Old Pinjarra Road, turn onto Wanjeep Street, Continue through to the second roundabout and take the first exit onto Landings Boulevard. At Landings Boulevard, you will see a large glass building on your left. Please use the parking bays provided and register at the registration tent. The Mandurah Fun Train will be around to transport participants to designated planting and activity sites.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Just some of the amazing activities: - Mandurah Tourist Fun Train - Fun sports and obstacle course - Learn about Mandurah’s Mosquitos at the Mossie Tent - Meet Mandurah wildlife with Critters up Close - Dudley Dolphin activities - Learn about wildlife first aid with Mandurah Wildlife Centre - Food stalls - Coffee Van (please bring your reusable coffee cup!) - Water (please bring your reusable water bottle!) Please wear appropriate planting gear: enclosed shoes- sneakers or boots, long sleeved shirts or jackets, long pants, hat, glasses and sunscreen.

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water,Snacks,Refreshments


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Naomi Hornsby
Carolyn Allison