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Project: Eastern Barred Bandicoot Fence Patrollers at Woodlands Historic Park
Available
Location: Woodlands Historic Park Dates: 27th January to 23rd December 2014

Main Task:
  • Wildlife Management
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Do you want to play a direct role in saving one of Victoria’s most threatened marsupials??  After losing 99% of there natural grassland habitat the main threat to bandicoots are foxes.  This is where we need your help.  Patrolling the 7km fence which protects the enclosure from foxes is the key to the bandicoots survival.  This task is a great way to enjoy a beautiful walk at Woodlands Historic Park, keep fit, walk your dog, enjoy nature and most important direct action in saving a threatened species.  We are creating a roster of regular fence patrollers to support our Project Officer.  PARTICIPANTS MUST CALL PROJECT OFFICER ON 0438541119 FOR ENQUIRIES AND BOOKINGS!! DO NOT BOOK ONLINE.  All Volunteers will undertake a program briefing and training in fence maintenance.  Spaces are limited so get involved.  No previous experience is necessary, you will be trained in all activities.  Learn new skills, meet new people and be part of a fantastic team.

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

Project: Hay Point Foreshore
Available
Location: Hay Point Foreshore Dates: 27th to 31st July 2014

Main Task:
  • Planting
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • FLORA & FAUNA

Sponsored by BMA Hay Point services, volunteers will give assistance to a local school in the management and maintenance of their school nursery. Trees grown in the nursery are bound for rehabilitation of areas within and surrounding the Hay Point Coal terminal

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

Project: Lake Claremont and South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare
Available
Location: SERCUL - various locations along the Canning River Dates: 28th July to 1st August 2014

Main Task:
  • Other
  • Planting
  • Weed Removal
Interests:
  • PARKS & RESERVES
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • FLORA & FAUNA
  • LAND CARE

Lake Claremont - Monday

We're back at this beautiful spot for the third year.  Last year we helped the Friends of Lake Claremont get over 40 000 plants in the ground.  Come and get your hands dirty this week with our friendly team leaders. Lake Claremont has been a multi-use parkland and golf course that has been made a Bush Forever and Conservation Category Wetland site. Due to the impact of clearing the bushland for the golf course, the area has now been targeted for rehabilitation to try and establish a link to surrounding fragmented bushland between Kings Park and the coast.

SERCUL - Tuesday - Thursday

We all know water runs downhill, but do you think about where the water running into the Swan Canning Riverpark comes from? At Conservation Volunteers Australia, we think about it every day and to make a difference to our river system we have joined forces with the Swan River Trust and the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL) to create the River Restoration Program. Get your hands dirty with our team leaders as we help out different volunteer groups at sites along the Canning River and its tributaries. Activities could include planting, weeding, drain stencilling and green stock maintenance.

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

Project: Caring for the Curtis Coast - Canoe Point
Available
Location: Canoe Point Environmental Park Dates: 29th to 31st July 2014

Main Task:
  • Weed Removal
  • Survey Work
  • Seed Collection
  • Planting
Interests:
  • HEALTHY COMMUNITIES
  • LAND CARE
  • FLORA & FAUNA
  • COASTS & WATERWAYS
  • PARKS & RESERVES

A wonderful opportunity to work within a stone's throw of a beautiful Queensland beach restoring an essential habitat for wildlife and assist in stabilisation of the sand dunes.

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

Project: Coal Mines Historic Site
Available
Location: Coal Mines Historic Site Dates: 29th July to 1st August 2014

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

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