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Prince Henry Cliff walk bushcare

Katoomba area in Blue Mountains National Park

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Volunteer with the Prince Henry Cliff Walk bushcare group to help restore native threatened-species habitat in the world-renowned Blue Mountains National Park. Meet like-minded people, learn about special plants and animals, take in magnificent views and enjoy morning tea with the group.

Bush regeneration, weed and pest management

1st Sunday and 1st Wednesday each month, 9.30am–12.30pm.

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The iconic Prince Henry Cliff walk in Blue Mountains National Park is located on the edge of a spectacular escarpment with sweeping views of the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Property. This volunteer bushcare group manages the weeds creeping their way through the creeks that flow from Katoomba and Leura.

Help us remove weeds and restore the native threatened-species habitat by weeding and planting. You will learn about the plants and animals that call this beautiful national park home and enjoy a spot of morning tea while you lend a helping hand.

Remember to wear long sleeves and long trousers (preferably cotton drill) and be prepared for uneven terrain and varying weather conditions.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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Volunteers planting in Tomaree National Park. Photo: John Spencer/DPIE


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