Friends of Cudgen Nature Reserve
Cudgen Nature Reserve
Want to encourage koalas to choose Cudgen Nature Reserve as their habitat? Volunteer for this bush regeneration activity near the Tweed Coast. Restore degraded bush to health and benefit local animals and plants.
- Bush regeneration, weed and pest management
- 2nd Saturday of each month, 8am to 12pm. 3 hours work followed by lunch. You can work a shorter time within these hours, if needed.
- Cudgen Nature Reserve
- Please note
- You'll need to provide your own transport to work site
- We'll provide a simple morning tea at each monthly working bee day
- There'll be a barbecue sausage sizzle on the community planting days that take place throughout the year
You'll learn how to rehabilitate weed-affected or degraded bush into a healthier community of native plants and animals. The result? Local koala communities will connect with the rehabilitated areas and choose them as their habitat.
Volunteer work includes environmental weeding and bushland regeneration, including:
- Planting and seed collecting
- Primary and secondary weeding
- Tree planting
- Track construction and maintenance.
You'll be guided on how to participate effectively as part of a team, to ensure safe bush regeneration practices at your work site.
No skills or experience required, and you'll work at your own pace. All training is provided.
It's a good idea to wear a long-sleeved shirt, trousers and lace-up boots.
- in Cudgen Nature Reserve in the North Coast region
Cudgen Nature Reserve is always open but may have to close at times due to flooding or high fire danger.