Duffys Forest Residents Association-Waratah Park Tree Day Site Details

Duffys Forest Residents Association-Waratah Park

Duffys Forest Residents Association is partnering with the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council (MLALC) & NSW Environmental Trust to celebrate National Tree Day on Sunday July 28 with a community tree-planting event at Waratah Park the former home of Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. The project aims to plant 200 native tube stock to supplement the ongoing restoration and rehabilitation project of this iconic heritage listed site and aims to inspire, educate and recruit volunteers to actively care for our unique environment. Restoration and revegetation of the Park will encourage canopy species improve biodiversity and wildlife habitat and help to strengthen the capacity of the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council to manage the Park in the future. This Is an opportunity to do something positive for your local community, the environment and to reconnect with nature.

Wildlife Corridors National Park & Reserves

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2019

9:00am to 1:00pm

LOCATION

13 Namba Road

Duffys Forest

NSW 2084

www.duffysforest.com

EVENT DETAILS

Site Organiser

Jennifer Harris

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

Yes

DIRECTIONS

Waratah Park - Home of Skippy 13 Namba Road Duffys Forest. Forest coach lines services Terrey Hills to Myoora road with limited connecting buses to Duffys Forest

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Tools will be provided however participants must wear appropriate clothing including a hat and footwear. Supervised children are welcome. Morning tea and refreshments are provided, and lunch is available after the tree planting. To RSVP or further details about this event or about the regular volunteer programme please contact Jenny Harris on 0408512060 or go to duffysforest.com

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

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


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?