Ironbark Gully Friends Treeplanting
This site was planted on National Tree Day 2016. Due to the recent dry spring, summer and autumn there have been a significant number of plants that have died. The event will be a time to infill, using native indigenous shrubs, where plants have died. We also need to remove some weeds. The holes for planting will be prepared and stakes from 2016 will be removed at the beginning of the working bee. We plan to finish the day by returning some ironbarks to Ironbark Gully.
DATE & TIME
Sunday, 28 July 2019
11:00am to 1:00pm
38 Victoria Street
Suitable for Children
Accessible for Disabled
The site is on the slope between Victoria Street and the walking path connecting Wattle Street to the Garden Gully Reserve as far as Hayes Street. Between the rows the grass will be mowed but physical accessibility for mobility devices will be challenging once they leave the bitumen pathways.
Parking is available in Victoria and Harrison Streets and other streets near the site. Bring gloves and small trowels if you have them as we only have a limited number. Bring your own water bottle. There will be hand-washing facilities. There will be first-aiders on site. Bring a lunch if you would like to enjoy the area after you plant.