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Kyneton, June 2nd
Conservation Volunteers Australia will be undertaking a major revegetation project in Kyneton, Western Victoria from August 2019 until late 2022. In this time we will planting young trees, mature trees, mulching, watering and maintaining the area in order to revegetate the site, which will aim to bring back the ideal ecological conditions in the area for local birds, fish and mammals.
If you're keen to help, please book in to your preferred dates below.
We will be providing transport from our Melbourne office each morning, but are also happy to meet local community members on site. Please pre-arrange this after booking.
Remember to wear long pants, a long sleeved shirt, gumboots, a hat, sunglasses and please bring your lunch and plenty of water.
Burnside, June 3rd
We have a special project at Wairarapa Stream! Over three years we'll be working to enhance this urban stream and its environment as part of a Million Metres Stream project. Located in popular Jellie Park, join us at Wairarapa Stream and help us ensure the survival of the 2000 trees and shrubs we have planted!
Ngaio, June 4th
Within Wellington City, a large expanse of hillside, valley, stream and parkland that encompasses Trelissick Park and Ngaio Gorge is being restored by community volunteers to create a beautiful wilderness area. We are working alongside the Trelissick Park Group by tackling invasive weeds and helping to restore the awa through riparian planting. Tools provided and transport available on request!
Tarampa 4311, June 4th
Join CVA at Mt Stradbroke Nature Refuge and lend a helping hand in the removal of noxious weeds which grow quickly and produce dense thickets of foliage that smothers native trees and affects the functioning of the native ecosystem.
Conservation Volunteers Australia is helping protect critical koala habitat by tackling introduced weeds! Partnered with Logan City Council and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service this project offers volunteers the chance to pitch in to help our furry friends. Volunteers will be rewarded for their hard work with a visit to Daisy Hill Koala Centre and the chance to say G’day to the resident Koalas.
Please be advised upcoming projects are being assessed in line with best practice around preventing the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. Our priority is the health of volunteers, our staff and the general public. Projects may still be open to sign onto but please be advised that they may be cancelled, especially those in the immediate future.
If you have;
- flu symptoms,
- have travelled internationally and are under the 14 day quarantine period,
- been in close contact with a confirmed case,
- are considered vulnerable to COVID-19 virus,
please reconsider joining our projects at this time.
Mount Victoria, Jun 5th and 1 other date
Join us in celebration of World Environment Day on Friday 5th June or for those who can't make our Friday event come along on Saturday 6th June! Planting trees is one action you can take right now to help restore our environment. Help us restore the ngahere on Matairangi/Mount Victoria and make a home for native birds, lizards and insects. No experience is required, tools and training provided.
Owhiro Bay, June 8th
Come lend at a hand at the CVNZ nursery where you can be involved in the propagation and recovery of regionally rare native plants and those that are require special attention and/or are slow growing. Volunteer activities include potting-on some of our seedlings and routine weeding of the plants and nursery itself. Free transport options available!
Karori, June 11th
With over 40 kilometres of world class single track, a 72 metre long suspension bridge, and panoramic views across Wellington Harbour, Cook Strait and the upper South Island, Makara Peak Mountain Bike Park is a restoration site like no other!
Various locations, Jun 11th and 1 other date
The Beach Scrub Project aims to promote conservation of beach scrub semi-evergreen vine thickets, an endangered ecosystem that’s crucial for reducing erosion and preserving strong ecological diversity.
Mount Victoria, Jun 12th and 3 other dates
Help create a forest at the heart of Wellington! We are planting thousands of native trees in the Wellington Town Belt to create habitat for our native lizards, insects and birds such as tui and kaka that are living outside of the protective fence of Zealandia. This project is in partnership with Rotary Club of Wellington and Wellington City Council. Supported by MPI Billion Trees Fund.
Mount Victoria, Jun 13th and 1 other date
Help plant a forest at the heart of Wellington this winter by joining one of our weekend planting days on Mount Victoria. Bring your family, friends, flatmates or just come on your own! No experience is needed as training is provided by one of our knowledgeable team leaders. Tools provided.
Owhiro Bay, Jun 20th and 1 other date
Help plant a forest at the heart of Wellington this winter by joining one of our weekend planting days at the stunning Tawatawa Reserve. This site has amazing views out over the regenerating bush of Tawatawa Reserve and Island Bay. Bring your family, friends, flatmates or just come on your own! No experience is needed as training is provided by one of our knowledgable team leaders. Tools provided.
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