Albert River Riparian Restoration Homestay
Tamborine 4270, Queensland

Tamborine 4270, Queensland
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333 Bennetts Road Norman Park 4170 QLD
ph:+617 33995761
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Woodstock has significant biodiversity and landscape values that are important to both local landowners and local Aboriginal communities. The region is also home to threatened species such as the koala, glossy-black cockatoo and platypus. Accomodation on the property are fully equipped cabins with stunning views of surrounding mountains and landscapes.

Join the team as we restore approximately 3km of degraded riparian habitat which will improve connectivity between a restored billabong to riparian habitat. To do this CVA volunteers will plant 2000 native trees which will also help to provide additional habitat for threatened species in the area. This restoration project is focused on a strategic section of the Albert River that provides landscape connectivity in an otherwise fragmented rural landscape.

*** PLEASE NOTE*** A student discount is available for full time students which brings the complete cost to $120 (this covers all food, accommodation and transport). Volunteers who can make their way to and from the project each day can join in for free as a walk-in-volunteer for either single or multiple days. If you would like to use a student discount or join in as a walk-in-volunteer please contact our office at or call us on 3399 5761.

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For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Norman Park office on +617 33995761 or email