Mosman 2088, NSW
- Departs from:
- 8.00am Central Station, Outside Countrylink, near taxi rank. 9.00am Car park at Bradleys Head Mast, end of Bradleys Head Rd. Parking fees apply.
- Departure time:
Bradleys Head - The Endangered Red-crowned Toadlet Project
Join our conservation teams at beautiful Sydney Harbour National Park to undertake valuable works for the benefit of the red-crowned toadlet.
The endangered red-crowned toadlet is a species of frog that is only found within the Sydney region. It is threatened by activities such as habitat loss, pollution and the invasion of native habitat by exotic weeds.
The project focuses on hands-on bush re-generation at Bradleys Head, where we will be improving the toadlets native Sydney sandstone woodland habitat by removing invasive exotic weeds.
Other seasonal activities include simple ‘call-back’ monitoring surveys for the toadlets themselves combined with educational bushwalks throughout Sydney Harbour National Park.
8.00am Central Train Station, outside Countrylink terminal entrance, near taxi rank.
9:00am Meet at Bradleys Head Mast Car Park, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman 2088. Drive through the National Park gates to the end of Bradleys Head Road. Parking fees apply.
2.30pm you will depart the project site.
Important Information for the day:
Please wear sturdy boots, long pants, a long sleeve shirt, hat and sunscreen. Bring lunch, snacks and a water bottle.
If for any reason you cannot make it on the day, you are going to be late or cannot find the meeting point, please contact the following:
Weekdays: 0475 965 817 or (02) 9331 1610.
Weekends: 0475 965 817 or alternatively 0409 188 435.
If you need any more information please email email@example.com or give the Sydney office a call on (02) 9331 1610.
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