- Departs from:
- Outside Countrylink terminal entrance,outside from Platform 1, Central Station
- Departure time:
Sheer sandstone cliffs dominate the park's dramatic coastline, making for a beautiful view. In spring and summer, spectacular displays of wildflowers on the heath attract a variety of nectar eating birds. During the winter months, migrating whales are regularly seen making their northerly voyage and may again be spotted heading south in the Spring. The Kurnell peninsula supports a number of endangered species, including the Green and Golden Bell frog and the Little Tern. Our site marks the actual landing spot of the first British explorers to Australian shores and the first "meeting place" between them and the local Dharawal people in 1770. Volunteers will take part in a significant project to revitalise the "meeting place" by helping to restore connection to country and bringing back the original habitat as surveyed by Captain Cook`s botanists, Banks and Solander. Tasks will include weeding large areas of invasive plants such as asparagus fern for future planting activities.
Where: 8.00am Central Station outside the Countrylink terminal entrance (outside from Platform 1), south from the Taxi rank.
9.00am Kamay Botany Bay National Park visitor information centre off Cape Solander Drive.
Volunteers will be returned to Central Station by 4:00 pm.
What you need to bring and wear: sturdy boots, long pants, and long sleeve shirts. Hats, sunscreen, and water are a must. Bring your own lunch and enjoy a picnic by the bay! If for any reason you cannot make it on the day or if you are going to be late or cannot find the meeting point, please contact the Team Leader on 0409 188 435. If you need any more information please email email@example.com or give the Sydney office a call on (02) 93311610
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