Bool Lagoon Wetland Care
Bool Lagoon, SA

Bool Lagoon, SA
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Departs from:
175 Commercial Street W Mount Gambier 5290 SA
ph:0428 364 708
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Bool Lagoon is one of the largest and most diverse freshwater lagoon systems in southern Australia. This seasonal wetland is home to a wide range of wildlife and provides essential drought refuge for many rare and endangered bird species. Each year in September CV promotes the importance of biodiversity in our landscapes. This year we have partnered with the Department of Environment Water and Natural Resources to engage volunteers on a healthy wetland project to help protect and preserve Bool Lagoon.

We need your help to conserve the endangered flora and fauna at this significant site! Teams will be undertaking activities in the revegetation zones throughout the park. Including assembling of tree guards and weeding around wetland plants. By removing the weedy competition and surrounding the plants with guards, we will be helping the newly planted habitat thrive.

Teams will be attending for one day only! So book today!

Remember your camera and binoculars. You will get to experience the spectacular sites of the changing wetland and some of the 150 species of birds that visit this area. Enjoy the magnificent scenery and listen carefully for the creatures of the wetlands, especially the insects and frogs, all whilst undertaking activities to preserve the park.

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For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Mount Gambier office on 0428 364 708 or email