- Departs from:
- Office at 7.50. North Wollongong Train Station at 8am and Albion Park Train Station at 8.25am. Call CVA on 42289246 to specify pick up point please.
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Coomonderry Swamp is a wetland of national importance. It is home to a population of the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frogs and Australasian Bitterns, and is the largest semi permanent fresh-water wetland on the NSW coast. There are a number of migratory and resident birds who use this area’s vast resources. Volunteers will be focussing on weed control activities and fauna surveys to identify resident fauna and improve the health of this wetland system.
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