Mosman 2088, NSW
- Departs from:
- 8.00am Outside platform 1, near the taxi rank, Central Station. 9.00am Car park at Bradleys Head Mast, end of Bradleys Head Road. Parking fees apply.
- Departure time:
COLONIAL FIRST STATE EMPLOYEES ONLY - Bradleys Head Volunteering Event
Bradleys Head is home to beautiful Sydney sandstone woodland and commands spectacular views of the beautiful Sydney Harbour. The National Park also contains some of the best examples of coastal vegetation communities which were once all around the harbour and are home to several endangered species including 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. This 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.
- Please wear sturdy boots, long pants, a long sleeve shirt, hat and sunscreen. Pack a coat if wet or cold weather is expected.
- Don’t forget to bring along a water bottle.
- Please bring with some snacks such as fruit, biscuits or energy bars for tea breaks.
- Lunch will be provided. Please email email@example.com if you have any special dietary requirements.
8.00am: For transport to and from the site, volunteers need to meet at Central Station. Transport is available for up to 9 volunteers. Find us outside Platform 1, near the taxi rank.
9.00am: Meet at the car park at Bradleys Head Mast, end of Bradleys Head Rd. Parking fees apply. You can also catch the Ferry or a bus to Taronga Zoo Wharf and take the 20-minute walk along the foreshore.
3:00pm: Finish onsite.
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