Join our Scattergood Bushcare group which involves works along the creek, removing woody weeds. Scattergood Reserve is home to many Koalas.
|Our Bushcare programs have recommenced, but things will be a little different, due to strict COVID-19 WHS guidelines, that are now in place.
About Scattergood Reserve Bushcare
If you have a passion for the outdoors and would you like to know more about our local waterways, birds, insects, plants and wildlife, come along and join our Scattergood Reserve Bushcare volunteer group. You will also pick up some new skills along the way.
Scattergood Reserve is part of the Georges River Corridor and supports both Sandstone and Shale-Sandstone Transition Forest communities. It is a beautiful reserve known for its diverse birdlife and range of marsupials including possums, gliders and koalas.
Our work here focuses on re-habilitating the bushland along the minor creeklines close to the reserves suburban edge.
As a Bushcare volunteer, you will do your part for the environment while rubbing shoulders with interesting and like-minded people. Bushcare groups participate in activities such as tree planting, erosion control, litter removal, weed management and of course, wildlife spotting.
No experience is necessary to attend these events, as we will provide you with all the training you need.
This is a free event.
All Bushcare volunteers need to register before attending a working bee. To register contact the Bushcare Coordinator via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone