Join us on the 14th of April in partnership with the Berrim Nuru Environmental Services team for a morning of bringing back biodiversity to Coomaditchie Lagoon!
We will be hosting a tree planting event around the lagoon and aim to put in a diversity of native species which will help to support a diversity of wildlife, including the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog.
Morning tea will also be provided and everyone is welcome to attend.
9 AM - 11.30 AM tree planting
11.30 AM - 12 PM morning tea
Coomaditchie Lagoon is significant for ecological, spiritual and aesthetic reasons to the local Aboriginal community, and is a rare coastal freshwater lagoon, home to a diversity of native flora and fauna, including the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog.
The site is part of the broader Ngaraba-aan Trail Project which is being funded under the Port Kembla Community Investment Fund through funding from the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet.
Bookings are essential, with limited places available, please email Megan Rowlatt at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place on these events. All children must be in the company of a supervising parent or guardian.