Friends of Cleland Conservation Park
The aim of this activity is to continue the efforts of the Friends of Cleland National Park to regenerate the upper section of the Stueb Trail which connects Mt Lofty Summit to Cleland Wildlife Park and was officially opened in October 2020. The trail has been designed with low-gradient access, making it possible for families with small children or people with reduced mobility to reach the summit without having to use the steeper Waterfall Gully Trail. Much work has been done by the Volunteers to remove invasive weeds and plant and maintain endemic trees, shrubs and grasses along the trail working in partnership with Rangers and Ecologists but more needs to be done. National Tree Day is a great opportunity for those who use this popular trail to contribute to its regeneration for the benefit of the many thousands of people who visit this area and the many beings who call it home.
DATE & TIME
Sunday, 06 August 2023
1:00pm to 3:30pm
undefined Mount Lofty Summit Road
Suitable for Children
Accessible for Disabled
We will meet in the eastern section of the Mt Lofty Summit Car Park. There will be brief introductions here before taking a short 5 minute walk to the Stueb Trail where we will be undertaking the planting.
Free parking is available in the eastern section of the Mt Lofty Summit Car Park. We will meet there first and provide brief introductions before a short 5 minute walk to the Stueb Trail. Once at the Stueb Trail members of Friends of Cleland National Park will provide further instructions about how to plant. We will provide you with all the equipment needed to undertake the plantings. Please ensure you dress appropriately for outdoor planting including a hat, sunscreen and your own gloves if you have them. Please also bring your own water and other refreshments.
Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets