Bellarine and Geelong

Environmental Volunteering Calendar

Help us restore the biodiversity of this new reserve!

The Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk currently meet on the first Wednesday of the month at the fantastic new reserve; Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk reserve (formerly the Bellarine Basin) 🌿

Each month, the dedicated Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk volunteers undertake bush regeneration works through the removal of weeds, log bird, plant and fungi sightings on citizen science apps and monitor the regeneration of indigenous plants. It's a great way to get early access to this awesome site, learn about indigenous and weedy plants, spot some cool birds or meet new people. And we always finish the session with morning tea!

We always meet at the north west corner of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk, 280-324 Swan Bay Road, Wallington, Wadawurrung Country. Google Maps link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/awNXUZQRbBUDG3ND9

Wear a hat, long pants and a long shirt. Gumboots are advised in autumn and winter. BYO water bottle. Morning tea (tea, coffee, biscuits) will be provided.

Email info@bcn.org.au for questions. This program is made possible with support from Barwon Water and Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation as well as the Victorian Government via the Nature Fund.

Help us restore the biodiversity of this new reserve!

The Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk currently meet on the first Wednesday of the month at the fantastic new reserve; Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk reserve (formerly the Bellarine Basin) 🌿

Each month, the dedicated Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk volunteers undertake bush regeneration works through the removal of weeds, log bird, plant and fungi sightings on citizen science apps and monitor the regeneration of indigenous plants. It's a great way to get early access to this awesome site, learn about indigenous and weedy plants, spot some cool birds or meet new people. And we always finish the session with morning tea!

We always meet at the north west corner of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk, 280-324 Swan Bay Road, Wallington, Wadawurrung Country. Google Maps link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/awNXUZQRbBUDG3ND9

Wear a hat, long pants and a long shirt. Gumboots are advised in autumn and winter. BYO water bottle. Morning tea (tea, coffee, biscuits) will be provided.

Email info@bcn.org.au for questions. This program is made possible with support from Barwon Water and Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation as well as the Victorian Government via the Nature Fund.

Help us restore the biodiversity of this new reserve!

The Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk currently meet on the first Wednesday of the month at the fantastic new reserve; Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk reserve (formerly the Bellarine Basin) 🌿

Each month, the dedicated Friends of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk volunteers undertake bush regeneration works through the removal of weeds, log bird, plant and fungi sightings on citizen science apps and monitor the regeneration of indigenous plants. It's a great way to get early access to this awesome site, learn about indigenous and weedy plants, spot some cool birds or meet new people. And we always finish the session with morning tea!

We always meet at the north west corner of Murrk Ngubitj Yarram Yaluk, 280-324 Swan Bay Road, Wallington, Wadawurrung Country. Google Maps link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/awNXUZQRbBUDG3ND9

Wear a hat, long pants and a long shirt. Gumboots are advised in autumn and winter. BYO water bottle. Morning tea (tea, coffee, biscuits) will be provided.

Email info@bcn.org.au for questions. This program is made possible with support from Barwon Water and Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation as well as the Victorian Government via the Nature Fund.

Join Bellarine Catchment Network and Bellarine Landcare at this native grassland and weed identification and removal session along the Bellarine Railway Corridor. Help us restore precious Grassy Woodland habitat by removing invasive grass weeds - learn about their identification, impact and help us spot and record some of the good indigenous species.

There will be a table with free plant booklets, wildlife brochures and also some great indigenous grasses as examples to show you what you can pick up from the Bellarine Landcare or Queenscliff Indigenous Nursery.

Meet on the corner of the Bellarine Railway and Swan Bay Road. Park on either side of the road and walk towards the northern side of Swan Bay Road.

Gardening gloves, safety glasses, tools and weed bags will be provided. Please wear long pants, long shirt and sturdy shoes. A hat and water bottle are always a good idea.

The date will be changed if the weather conditions are unfavourable. Contact info@bcn.org.au for more information.

This event is supported by Bellarine Railway, Landcare Australia Limited and VicTrack.

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