Bellarine and Geelong

Environmental Volunteering Calendar

Join Bellarine Catchment Network at this special planting event to help restore our local habitats through revegetation. Help us plant some trees, pick up some indigenous plant brochures and learn about your natural backyard. You can stay for as little or long as you want, all tools and plants are provided and celebrate with lunch!

You can just turn up on the day or can register by contacting Matt Crawley at matt@bcn.org.au.

Please wear long pants and a long sleeve shirt, boots or shoes that can get muddy and wear a hat. BYO water bottle. All tools and equipment will be provided.

Meeting location: see place-maker icon image below or head to this link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/BokCwu52Dh94Wy8L6

This activity is supported by Geelong Cemeteries Trust. Photos by Geelong Cemeteries Trust.

Join Barwon Water and Bellarine Catchment Network at this special site in Connewarre to help restore our local habitats through revegetation. Help us plant some trees, pick up some indigenous plant brochures and learn about your natural backyard. You can stay for as little or long as you want, all tools and plants are provided and celebrate with lunch!

A light lunch will be provided. You can just turn up on the day or can register by contacting Matt Crawley at matt@bcn.org.au.

Please wear long pants and a long sleeve shirt, boots or shoes that can get muddy and wear a hat. BYO water bottle. All tools and equipment will be provided.

Meeting location: see red marker on image below or head to this link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/fjvoV5FuRxqEmQSn9

This activity is supported by the City of Greater Geelong

Join Bellarine Bayside to celebrate National Tree Day by planting indigenous species to improve the environmental values and help reduce erosion of our coastline.

Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly activity. Parent or guardian supervision is required for all children.

DIRECTIONS
Meet at St Leonards Beach North, opposite 425 The Esplanade, St Leonards.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
Dress for the weather on the day, please wear closed-toe shoes and bring your gardening gloves if you own some (we have some spares if required).
Tools and equipment for planting will be provided, and lunch following the planting activity.

MORE INFORMATION
To find out more, please contact Allison via allison.elsey@bellarinebayside.com.au

St Leonards, Victoria

with Geelong Cemeteries Trust

With guidance from experienced horticulturists, Geelong Cemeteries Trust welcome you to join them in revegetating Geelong Memorial Park with indigenous plants to enhance its beauty, whilst learning about the natural environment. Equipment will be provided but please wear sturdy shoes and weather appropriate clothing.

Date: Friday the 12th of July
Time: 1pm - 3pm
Location: 42-110 Burvilles Road Armstrong Creek, 3217

Contact Geelong Cemeteries Trust via info@gct.net.au for information

Help us celebrate National Tree Day at this family-friendly tree planting event in The Point, Point Lonsdale. Help us restore precious Coastal Moonah Woodland and Coastal Saltmarsh habitat in the Point, Point Lonsdale. Come and meet other like-minded people, learn some new skills and pick up a brochure or two at this event. You can join at anytime and do as little or a lot as you wish.

Please wear long pants and a long sleeve shirt, boots or shoes that can get muddy and wear a hat. BYO water bottle. All tools and equipment will be provided.

This event will be followed up with a complimentary BBQ featuring plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options.

Meeting location: see red marker on image below and follow signs.

Join us to revegetate Coastal Moonah Woodland and Coastal Saltmarsh species by planting local indigenous plants at The Point, Shell Rd Point Lonsdale. Come and meet other like-minded people, learn some new skills and pick up a brochure or two at this event. You can join at anytime and do as little or a lot as you wish.

To register, please email info@bcn.org.au

Please wear long pants and a long sleeve shirt, boots or shoes that can get muddy and wear a hat. BYO water bottle. All tools and equipment will be provided.

Meeting location: see red marker on image below and follow signs.

Join us to revegetate Coastal Moonah Woodland and Coastal Saltmarsh species by planting local indigenous plants at The Point, Shell Rd Point Lonsdale. Come and meet other like-minded people, learn some new skills and pick up a brochure or two at this event. You can join at anytime and do as little or a lot as you wish.

To register, please email info@bcn.org.au

Please wear long pants and a long sleeve shirt, boots or shoes that can get muddy and wear a hat. BYO water bottle. All tools and equipment will be provided.

Meeting location: see red marker on image below and follow signs.

Join us for World Environment Day at Sparrovale Wetlands, a collaborative effort with Geelong City Council to restore and protect this vital ecosystem connected to Lake Connewarre, an internationally significant RAMSAR site. Open to all, our event celebrates World Environment Day by planting trees and promoting environmental awareness. Together, we'll strengthen climate resilience at our wetland sites, contributing to a healthier planet for all.

** Key Highlights ** Planting native seedlings for wetland restoration. Collaboration and team bonding with like-minded community. Free lunch included. 🌿Mark your calendar and be part of this impactful environmental initiative.🌿 Register now to secure your spot and join us in making a difference!

Join Bellarine Bayside for a fun few hours learning about the local environment, indigenous plants and how they help reduce erosion of our coastline.

Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly activity. Parent or guardian supervision is required for all children.

DIRECTIONS
Meet at Point George, opposite 238 The Esplande, Indented Head.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
Dress for the weather on the day, please wear closed-toe shoes and bring your gardening gloves if you own some (we have some spares if required).
Tools and equipment for planting will be provided, and a BBQ lunch following the planting activity.

MORE INFORMATION
To find out more, please contact Allison via allison.elsey@bellarinebayside.com.au 

Join Bellarine Bayside for a fun few hours learning about the local environment, indigenous plants and how they help reduce erosion of our coastline.

Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly activity. Parent or guardian supervision is required for all children.

DIRECTIONS
Meet at the Point Richards Beach, opposite the Portarlington Bayside Miniature Railway.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
Dress for the weather on the day, please wear closed-toe shoes and bring your gardening gloves if you own some (we have some spares if required).
Tools and equipment for planting will be provided, and a BBQ lunch following the planting activity.

MORE INFORMATION
To find out more, please contact Allison via allison.elsey@bellarinebayside.com.au 

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