Join us among the beautiful Coastal Moonah Woodland and help us rehabilitate this threatened habitat by planting local indigenous plants at Queenscliff Cemetery, Corner of Point Lonsdale Rd and Jordan Rd Point Lonsdale.
This community event is open to all and will involve:
Just turn up on the day or to book or for more info, contact email@example.com, Bellarine Catchment Network
As an extension of our “Gardens for Wildlife’ program and in conjunction with the Borough of Queenscliffe, The Swan Bay Environment Association is undertaking to revegetate some of our local neighbourhood parks.
In 2022 we met with some of the residents surrounding Bezzant Reserve last to find out where they would like some planting to be done. The Queenscliffe Indigenous Nursery has propagated the plants required and with the coming of more suitable weather, we are now ready to start with the revegetation.
We will meet at Bezzant Reserve at the end of Hunter Court in Point Lonsdale for a planting morning at 10.30 on Sunday 16th April. Please wear suitable clothing and footwear. Morning Tea provided!
All are welcome to come along and contribute to restoring our local habitat.
Please join The Swan Bay Environment Association over four Thursday afternoons in April and May, beginning April 20th, in our habitat restoration project on the shore of Swan Bay.
This project involves some weed removal and planting of an indigenous garden to showcase the ecology of our coastal plants and the plants of cultural significance to the Wadawurrung.
Please wear suitable clothing for this work - long sleeved shirts and trousers, sturdy covered shoes, hats, sunscreen and sturdy gardening gloves. Bring a water bottle and we will provide afternoon tea. We will provide the necessary tools.
Come and be part of the change we all would like to see in this magnificent part of the Bellarine.
Bellarine Catchment Network and Moremac Property Group would like to invite community members, as well as current and future residents of The Point, to come along and be part of is Environment and Revegetation Day. The event will kick off with the planting of a selection of vegetation, indigenous to the Coastal Moonah Woodland community, along the edge of Chiton Way in the newly opened Stage 17 at The Point, followed by a free BBQ lunch. We encourage everyone to wear appropriate footwear on the day. Sunscreen and insect repellent will be provided.
No registration needed for this event. Just turn up
Join Farm My School Founders Ben and James with special guests including Costa Georgiadis. Be a part of the largest no-dig garden ever as we build a farm in 24 hours to create the Farm My School's Pilot Project.