La Perouse, NSW 2036
- Departs from:
- 8.00am Central Stn, Outside Countrylink entrance, near taxi rank. 9.00am Cann Park, 1532R Anzac Parade, La Perouse NSW 2036. Meeting point entrance to Congwong Beach. Park along Anzac Parade.
- Departure time:
Congwong Beach – Botany Bay National Park
Come join us as we conduct sand dune rehabilitation works at Congwong Beach. The area is a place of significance for traditional land owners the Gweagal and Kameygal with important cultural sites located within the park. A beautiful part of Botany Bay, favoured by scuba divers, snorkelers, families, travellers and residents alike. The focus of the Congwong Beach sand dunes restoration project is removal of Bitou bush from the dunes, to rehabilitate and re-establish the native vegetation. Sand dunes are vital in protecting the coast line. Not only do they provide a suitable habitat to many species, they act as a buffer against significant weather events.
8.00am Central Train Station, outside Countrylink terminal entrance, near taxi rank.
OR MEET AT:
9.00am Cann Park, 1532R Anzac Parade, La Perouse NSW 2036. Park in the car parks along Anzac Parade next to Cann Park. Meet in Cann Park at the entrance to Congwong Beach.
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.
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