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    Bush regenerators - Lane Cove National Park

    Lane Cove National Park now has a thriving Bushcare Program running under the supervision of a National Parks Bushcare Coordinator. There are groups currently working on different days, from every week to once a month, and they welcome new members. Work is in the bush, removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.

    Id:46178
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Chatswood West NSW
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    Bush Regenerators - Sugarloaf Point Reserve Group

    This group meets every Monday from 8.30am to 11.30am at the reserve entry point at the bottom of the Sugarloaf Point trail off Pittwater Road, East Ryde. It is part of Lane Cove National Park. There is much work to be done and volunteers have the opportunity of being given oversight of particular areas. We are well supplied and supported by the Lane Cove National Park bush care coordinator. Come along and help us make this reserve even more beautiful.

    Id:94765
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    East Ryde NSW
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    Bush regenerators - River Ave, Chatswood Bushcare Group.

    This bushcare group is supported by Lane Cove National Park. It meets every Wednesday and welcomes new members. Work is along the River Ave stretch of Lane Cove National Park and involves removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.

    Id:46778
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Chatswood NSW
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    Bush Regenerators - Mars Creek Bushcare Group

    This bushcare group is supported by Lane Cove National Park and Macquarie University. It meets on the third Saturday morning of each month and welcomes new members. We meet next on Saturday January 20. Work is along Mars Creek, a hidden gem of the Lane Cove National Park and involves removing weeds so that native plants will regenerate, improving the biodiversity of the park.

    Id:46180
    Environment & Conservation
    Long Term
    Macquarie Park NSW
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    Port Douglas Beach Clean-up

    4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites, which we clean and record data on every month.

    Id:111051
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Port Douglas QLD
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    Cape Kimberley Clean Up

    Our first quarterly clean-up for 2018 at Cape Kimberley on the northern side of the Daintree River in beautiful Far North QLD will be held on January 27th 2018.

    Id:111050
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Kimberley QLD
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    Port Douglas Beach Clean-up

    A beach clean-up event along 4 Mile Beach in Port Douglas, which is one of our longest running QLD beach monitoring sites where debris is removed and data collected.

    Id:111049
    Environment & Conservation
    Event Volunteering
    Port Douglas QLD
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    Tracking Wollondilly's Koalas - Night Project-21-02-18

    This is a fabulous opportunity to contribute to cutting edge survey work on a virtually un-studied population of koalas, which is critical in helping understand their distribution & needs. This information will be key to informing local council planning of habitat protection zones to safeguard these koala populations into the future.

    Id:111024
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Appin NSW
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    Tracking Wollondilly's Koalas - Night Project -17-02-18

    This is a fabulous opportunity to contribute to cutting edge survey work on a virtually un-studied population of koalas, which is critical in helping understand their distribution & needs. This information will be key to informing local council planning of habitat protection zones to safeguard these koala populations into the future.

    Id:111023
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Appin NSW
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    Tracking Wollondilly's Koalas - Night Project -07-02-18

    This is a fabulous opportunity to contribute to cutting edge survey work on a virtually un-studied population of koalas, which is critical in helping understand their distribution & needs. This information will be key to informing local council planning of habitat protection zones to safeguard these koala populations into the future.

    Id:111021
    Environment & Conservation
    Short Term
    Appin NSW