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Wagstaffe bushcare

Bouddi National Park


Are you a local or occasional visitor to Bouddi National Park and interested in playing an active role in restoring the natural vegetation of the area? Volunteer with Wagstaffe bushcare to help weed out the invaders and protect Australian native plants.

Bush regeneration

3rd Saturday of every month, 8.30am–11.30am.

Bouddi National Park
Meeting point
Albert Street, Wagstaffe.
What to
Sturdy shoes, hat, sunscreen, snacks, drinking water, gardening gloves
More information

Email or phone Deb Holloman at NSW National Parks on (02) 4320 4224.

Wagstaffe bushcare invites you to volunteer to help weed out lantana, bitou bush, asparagus fern and camphor laurel, which currently invade the endangered ecological community of spotted gum forest.

Weeding will encourage regeneration of the forest and other Australian native plants that provide the habitat for endangered species of Australian animals and birds such as:

•    Yellow-bellied glider
•    Powerful owl
•    Glossy black cockatoo

Training and tools are provided, as are fresh air, great company and the opportunity for a bit of exercise. NSW National Parks and Wagstaffe bushcare group looks forward to having you along and participating in this rewarding volunteer work. Please contact us for more information.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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Lobster Beach, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Spencer