Central Coast Council - Porters Creek Wetland Tree Day Site Details

Central Coast Council - Porters Creek Wetland

This event is part of a project aiming to restore roosting and foraging habitat for many native and threatened animal species, including the critically endangered Swift parrot. The site is part of the Porters Creek Wetland which is the largest remaining freshwater wetland on the Central Coast. The wetland supports a diverse range of flora and fauna including some threatened species and also plays a vital role in managing flooding, filtering storm water and improving water quality before entering Wyong River and Tuggerah lakes. The wetland provides food and habitat for native animals. Aside from planting the event will also include: - Education, Information and display stalls from Central Coast Council and local organisations - Environmental Education outdoor activities - Live music, face painting, food and coffee

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

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 28 July 2024

9:00am to 1:30pm

LOCATION

88 Alison Road

Wyong

NSW 2259

EVENT DETAILS..

Site Organiser

Nick Carson

RSVP Contact

Nick Carson

0439046193

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Wheelchairs

No

DIRECTIONS

This event will be held at the Porters Creek Landcare site, 88-98 Alison Road, Wyong, NSW. The site is located on the eastern side of the Wyong Christian Community School. Access is via the school carpark and there will be banners and signs present on the day to help with directions.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Volunteers should bring a water bottle and wear a hat, gloves, long pants, long sleeves, and sturdy enclosed shoes. Remember you will get dirty!

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Refreshments,BBQ


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Jyoti Arora