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Project: River and Catchment Restoration Summer Program
Fully Booked
Location: Reserves along the Swan and Canning Rivers and its associated tributaries and wetlands Dates: 27th to 30th January 2015

Main Task:
  • Guided Bushwalk
  • Survey Work
  • Seed Collection
  • Other
Interests:
  • HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
  • LAND CARE
  • FLORA & FAUNA
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • PARKS & RESERVES

Come and make a difference with Conservation Volunteers and kick off 2015 with our River and Catchment Restoration Summer Program. January is heating up and what better way to spend the day than by taking part in group activities in our beautiful Swan Canning Riverpark.

We will be running this project from Tuesday to Friday. Local volunteers can join us for one day or for the whole week!

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Project: Coal Mines Historic Site
Available
Location: Coal Mines Historic Site Dates: 27th to 30th January 2015

Main Task:
  • Other
  • Planting
  • Track Construction
  • Survey Work
  • Weed Removal
  • Wildlife Management
  • Heritage Restoration
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • FLORA & FAUNA
  • LAND CARE
  • HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
  • HERITAGE

Conserve Australia's World Heritage Convict Past.

The Coal Mines Historic Site at Saltwater River on the Tasman Peninsular was Tasmania's first mechanised mine and served as a place of punishment for the 'worst class' of convicts from Port Arthur.

Now it is a picturesque site overlooking Norfolk Bay with historic ruins nestled in native bushland.  The project is ongoing 3 days per week plus 2nd Sunday each month from Nov 2013 to Jan 2015. There will be various activities aimed at conserving the site and its heritage such as fuel load reduction, weed eradication, planting, visitor surveys, coastal protection and track maintenance.  Additional activities will be included over time. 

Join the team to help preserve this unique and special place.

Pick-up available from Sorrel / Dodges Ferry / Tasman or Forestier Peninsula by arrangement with project officer (John - mob 0429 334 481).  Unfortunately pick-up not available from Hobart.

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Cost: Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.

Project: DELWP Bendigo Clean Up Project
Available
Location: DELWP Bendigo Clean Up Dates: 27th to 30th January 2015

Main Task:
  • Other
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES

Department of Environment Land Water & Planning Bendigo Clean Up Project

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Cost: Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.

Project: Sydney Park- Picture perfect in St Peters
Available
Location: Sydney park (Kiosk meeting point) Dates: 28th January 2015

Main Task:
  • Planting
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

City of Sydney and Conservation Volunteers Australia have partnered to provide interested volunteers and local residents with the opportunity to assist with environmental restoration works in and around the park and its wetland sites. This will be a great way to keep active, improve your health and meet like-minded people whilst helping the environment.

Volunteers will participate in weeding and revegetation activities that will not only enhance the beauty of the park but provide valuable habitat for the local wildlife such as small birds and reptiles.

Park visitor and monthly bird surveys will be conducted to gather useful information to assist in the management of the park and to track the wildlife population trends.

Regular guided walks and information sessions/ wildlife workshops throughout the year.

Meet on Site

9.30am. The Kiosk located through the park entrance near the corner of King Street and Sydney Park Road.

2.30pm. Finish

If you’re heading to the park by public transport, St Peters train station is just across the road. There are bus routes that stop nearby, such as the 370 and 422. Look for routes that travel down Sydney Park Road, Princes Highway and King Street.

Three 4hr limit car parks are available, Sydney Park Road opposite Mitchell Road; King Street and Barwon Road. Some unlimited parking exists along Euston Road.

Important Information for the day

Please wear sturdy boots, long pants, and long sleeve shirts. Hats, sunscreen, and water are a must. If for any reason you cannot make it on the day, you are going to be late or cannot find the meeting point, please contact 0427 847 988 or 0404828911.

If you need any more information please email sydney@conservationvolunteers.com.au or give the Sydney office a call on (02) 93311610

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Cost: Joining this project is free. There is no overnight stay.

Project: La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary, Bundoora
Fully Booked
Location: La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary Dates: 28th January 2015

Main Task:
  • Planting
  • Seed Collection
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Volunteer at La Trobe Wildlife Sanctuary and you will be helping to improve and enhance the quality of habitat in this thriving patch of land.

Learn skills in native tree planting, identifying and controlling introduced weeds, exclusion fencing, walking track maintenance and much more.

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