Whiteman Park NTD planting
Whiteman Park is hosting this National Tree Day planting to undertake further restoration of remnant bushland in this area of the Park. The Park's historical land use means there are vast tracts of bushland that were used for grazing and timber, so we're focussed on restoring as much of the native animal habitat as possible. The area is home to brush-tailed possums, quenda, Western grey kangaroos and numerous bird and reptile species. Join us to help plant over 1,000 trees and shrubs for National Tree Day! This year's planting site is along the footpath between the Tractor Museum and Shelter R/Mussel Pool, where further regeneration will help reconnect wildlife corridors within the Park whilst also improving the vista for walkers along the footpath.
DATE & TIME
Sunday, 28 July 2019
9:30am to 12:00pm
Whiteman Park, Lot 99a Lord Street
Suitable for Children
Accessible for Disabled
This year we will be planting along the footpath between Mussel Pool and the Tractor Museum. Park in car park 20 or 21 and follow the signs to the planting site.
Volunteers should wear enclosed shoes and weather appropriate clothing, including hats, long sleeve shirts, long pants and/or a rain jacket). Bring along gloves if you'd prefer to use them, but we will have hand washing facilities on site. Park in car parks 20 or 21 at Mussel Pool and follow the signs to the site.
,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water