Point Bush Biome

bi.ome   noun   


a large naturally ocurring community of flora & fauna occupying a major habitat    eg. forest

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Working Bee 🐝 Saturday 25th + Sunday 26th June

We are on a final push to get as many plant protectors in place for our newly planted native plants on the hill top of Point Bush Ecosanctuary, near the Whitehorse Monument

10am - 3pm (both days)

We need helping hands to put the canes and protectors around the plants.... we've even got a quick video from Ann + Gary demonstrating how simple it is... all we now need are hands and time to spend helping out

If you can join us to give half an hour, an hour, or a whole weekend for those wanting an opportunity to get outdoors ...bring your friends, family and willing kids.

What are we doing: putting small plant protectors on native plantings to protect them from Wallaby damage. We have protectors and canes and clips to hold the plastic tube together ... we really just need as many hands as possible to put them into position!

Where to Meet: Drive towards the Whitehorse Monument on Centrewood Park new car parking area. On your left you will see an access gate and sign where the planting area is located just
inside the Ecosanctuary gate.

What to bring:
Wear warm clothing/layers, gumboots or waterproof shoes, gardening gloves, water bottle, snacks. If you have a hammer this can be handy too for getting the bamboo stakes into the ground in places.

Who to contact:
Ann Dennison 021 576 868
Gary Dennison 021 67 3327
or email pointbushecosanctuary@gmail.com



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