Celebrating 25 years of Landcare Tasmania with Kingborough Council
This area is home to one of the world's rarest birds - the Forty-spotted Pardalote. Planting here will expand the existing colony and give future habitat to this wonderful tiny bird. In-stream planting and river shrubs will help the water quality of the stream as it flows into Coffee Creek and out to North West Bay. Everyone is getting involved in this National Tree Day where we will be celebrating the 25 year anniversary of Landcare Tasmania with help from the local Scouts, Guides, Lions Club and neighbouring school communities. This is a chance to get your hands dirty, meet local Landcare groups, tour the unique Peter Murrell reserve and share food with friends.
DATE & TIME
Sunday, 28 July 2019
10:30am to 2:30pm
Suitable for Children
Accessible for Disabled
At the end of Nautilus Drive by the two schools of Tarremah and St Aloysius.
Planting in winter gives our new plants the best start to growing and flourishing, however it can be cold. Please rug up and be prepared for changing weather conditions. Sturdy shoes are recommended. Be prepared to have lots of fun! If you have any special requirements, please get in touch, we would like to assist everyone to get involved.
Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water,Snacks,Refreshments,BBQ