Garibaldi Landcare Group Tree Day Site Details

Garibaldi Landcare Group

This is the second of 4 small-group planting activities being held at this site for National Tree Day, to try to work within current meeting restrictions. The other dates are 14/6, 11/7 and 25/7. A maximum of 5 people, so please sign up early and we will confirm date, time due to weather. Our aim at this site is to replace blackberry and gorse along the bank of the Yarrowee River, and back up to the fence of the property of one of our members. We have 1000 tubestock allocated, to be planted over the 4 activity dates. Preliminary work by Garibaldi Landcare Group and the property owner will make the site well prepared for quick work.

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


Saturday, 27 June 2020

10:00am to 12:30pm


116 Sand Road

Durham Lead

VIC 3352


Site Organiser

Linda Wright

RSVP Contact

Linda Wright


Suitable for Children


Accessible for Disabled



To get to Sand Road, proceed out Mount Mercer Road from Buninyong, Victoria, approximately 10 km, and turn left into Sand Road. The entrance is on your right about 1.2 km along. Look for a white sandwich board sign, and the property name Alpacacino.


Anyone planning to attend must be eligible, e.g. not self-isolating, have no sniffles or other contagion symptoms of any sort (regardless of whether it might be COVID-19 or others), and be willing to work in their own designated patch away from the rest of the crew. Strictly BYO refreshments, gloves, boots, workwear to suit the weather on the day; the only thing on offer will be hand washing facilities and first aid. We will have procedures in place to make the working site as safe as possible, which I'm sure we will all want to follow diligently to stay healthy. Work will start at 10 am, but will be postponed depending on weather, pandemic lockdown rules, or working party members including you, requesting a different time or maybe the Sunday. We will contact you to confirm the arrangements on the day prior. We will be planting some trees, especially along the river bank, 100 for the day approx., and approx. 150 shrubs and some wildflower patches. It should be just as much fun as usual, but we might have to do a bit of shouting (smile) because of the social distancing measures. And we will, I'm sure, gather in a well-spaced group afterwards to socialise with our BYO refreshments. Thanks so much for considering this event. Note to Sarah from Seedling Bank Grant, Planet Ark: This year, I have grown 1500 tubestock for our set of 6 National Tree Day events, to sell on to Garibaldi Landcare Group at cost (approx. 50 cents per plant), as per our recent email conversation.


,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets