Mornington Peninsula Koala Conservation Tree Day Site Details

Mornington Peninsula Koala Conservation

Come and spend the morning with us to plant 100s of koala food trees and other local trees and shrubs to increase koala habitat in the beautiful Mornington Peninsula town of Mount Martha. Habitat loss is the main reason for the decline of koalas and all our wildlife in general, so let’s do something about it! This is a great opportunity to learn about our environment and local wildlife, including koalas, while helping us to increase available habitat. RSVP link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/koala-food-tree-planting-day-mount-martha-tickets-622178250897?aff=odcleoeventsincollection&keep_tld=1 If you have any questions, please email mpkoalatreeplanting@outlook.com

Threatened Species

DATE & TIME

Saturday, 24 June 2023

6:00am to 8:00am

EVENT DETAILS..

Site Organiser

Mornington Peninsula Koala Conservation

RSVP Contact

please use the eventbrite link

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Disabled

No

DIRECTIONS

We are planting on private property at 165 Range Road, Mount Martha . You will see our big teardrop flag near the entrance to the property. Please drive in slowly and follow instructions for parking.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: *Please wear long pants and closed shoes as we will be walking through bush and or grassy areas. *Bring your own hat, gardening gloves, water and snacks. We will provide all tools

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

Tools and equipment for planting


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?