Planting morning – Sunday 26th April near Bray Ave. wetland area, Bardwell Park

Come along and help us plant hundreds of native plants on the morning of Sunday 26th April. Get some morning exercise as well as a great sense of satisfaction from making a contribution to the environment of the Wolli Valley.

 

Meet at 9 am at the corner of Bray Ave. and Hartill-Law Ave. Bardwell Park.

 

We will be planting from 9 am to about 11 am.

 

The planting site is only about 100 metres north of Bardwell Park railway station. Buses also stop near the station. Parking is available  in Bray Ave.

No experience needed, and tools will be provided. If you have a favourite pair of gardening gloves bring them with you. If not, we will have gardening gloves available for you to use.

 

Please RSVP to bushcare@wollicreek.org.au if you are coming so that we can make sure we have enough tools on hand – and enough cups of tea available afterwards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A previous planting day above Bray Ave. wetland

 

 


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