'Re-veg the edge'. Tree Day Site Details

'Re-veg the edge'.

This planting area is a part of the Berry Wildlife Corridor which is a patchwork of native habitats between the escarpment of the Cambewarra Range and the coastline, Seven Mile Beach National Park. Coomonderry Swamp is part of Seven Mile Beach National Park and is the largest remaining coastal freshwater wetland in NSW. The swamp supports endangered species such as the Green and golden Bell Frog and the Australasian Bitten. This planting will improve the habitat values of the swamp edge, which have been cleared of native vegetation since the nineteenth century.

Wildlife Corridors Coastal Rehabilitation National Park & Reserves Native Animal Habitat Threatened Species Rivers, Wetlands, Waterways

DATE & TIME

Sunday, 15 September 2024

10:00am to 1:30pm

LOCATION

undefined Campbells Run

Berry

NSW 2535

EVENT DETAILS..

Site Organiser

Kelvin Officer

RSVP Contact

Louise Brodie

Suitable for Children

Yes

Accessible for Wheelchairs

No

DIRECTIONS

The planting site is located on the northern edge of Coomonderry Swamp. Access is via an easement between residential lot nos 49 and 59 Campbells Run, Berry. The easement is on the southern side of Campbells Run (Road). Campbells Run is a turn off to the south, off Beach Road, 2km west of the intersection of Beach Rd and Gerroa Rd.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Please bring your own hat, sunscreen, water, sturdy footwear, garden gloves and trowel. If it is wet, bring your gumboots! BBQ provided.

WHAT'S PROVIDED?

,Watering cans / buckets,BBQ


WHO'S PARTICIPATING?

Liama Aesha
Susanne Partelle