Bouddi National Park’s natural coastline is under threat from invasive weeds. If you’re interested in helping to restore the native vegetation along this section of NSW coast, then volunteer to join a local bushcare group. Work is carried out in various sections of the park, including MacMasters Beach.
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Engage with the local community by taking part in bushland restoration in Cockle Bay Nature Reserve. As a volunteer, you’ll be helping to improve the habitat for native flora and fauna on the NSW Central Coast, near Ettalong.
A group of volunteers works in Bouddi National Park to reduce weed invasion and restore natural vegetation along the shore of Brisbane Water. Whether you live in the area or visit from time to time, you’re welcome to join in as a regular or occasional volunteer.
Would you like to play an active role in restoring the natural vegetation of an important section of Bouddi National Park? You can when you volunteer with Mourawaring Moors bushcare group at MacMasters Beach. Join like-minded individuals for an afternoon a month to remove invasive weeds from the area.
Volunteer for 2 mornings of bush regeneration at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, only minutes from Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Enjoy a beautiful bush retreat while helping to remove weeds and protect the biodiversity of local native spotted gum forest.
Do you live near Spoon Bay, just north of Terrigal on the NSW Central Coast, and want to help your local environment? If you’re a keen gardener too, this volunteer activity could be right for you.
Maitland Bay Information Centre is the first port of call for most visitors to Bouddi National Park. How would you like to be there to introduce people to this NSW national park and tell them all about your local area?
Are you a local or occasional visitor to Bouddi National Park, and want to help protect Australian native plants there? Volunteer with Wagstaffe bushcare twice a year for a blitz on rubbish and weeds.