Porters Creek National Tree Day Event Tree Day Site Details

Porters Creek National Tree Day Event

Central Coast Council will be aiming to improve the condition of the Porters Creek Landcare site by planting 1100 trees and shrubs to support habitat improvement for the endangered Swift Parrot. The site is also and important wildlife corridor linking Porters Creek wetland - which is the biggest freshwater wetland on the Central Coast - to the Wyong River. The area also hosts several patches of the endangered species Melalueca biconvexa and the Endangered Ecological Community River-flat Eucalypt Forest on Coastal Floodplains. This planting event will also boost the efforts by the Porters Creek Landcare group to improve the available habitat on the site. There will be a few special guests including a wildlife display and stalls from various environmental organisations.

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

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 02 August 2020

9:00am to 12:00pm

LOCATION

88 Alison Road

Wyong

NSW 2259

EVENT DETAILS

Site Organiser

Ben Feltham

RSVP Contact

Ben Feltham

0417 522 947

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

No

DIRECTIONS

Located in the reserve next to Wyong Christian Community School, access via the school car park.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Please bring a hat, long sleeve shirt, long pants, sturdy enclosed shoes and some drinking water. If Covid restrictions allow we will be having a bbq morning tea.

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Tools and equipment for planting,BBQ