- Departs from:
- Flagstaff Hill carpark
- Departure time:
The Fitzroy River is crossed by the Tyrendarra lava flow, just upstream of the Princes Highway at Tyrendarra. The Tyrendarra lava flow is 30,000 years old and extends down an old flow path of Darlot Creek. The location of the river mouth is dynamic, moving across the sandbar at the mouth. One of the main threats that the area faces is the invasion of introduced flora and fauna. Teams from Conservation Volunteers Australia will be improving the native biodiversity of the area by focusing on weed control and revegetation.
Bring your binoculars and see if you can spot birds and other local wildlife in the estuary.
What to wear:
- Long pants and long sleeved shirt
- Sturdy, enclosed shoes
What to bring:
- Lunch and bottle of water
- Broad brimmed hat and wet weather gear (if needed)
What is provided:
- Tools and safety equipment such as gloves, safety glasses, sunscreen etc
- Tea, Coffee and Biscuits are provided each day
- Pick up and drop off as detailed above
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Conservation Volunteers Australia is Australasia's leading conservation volunteer organisation, founded in 1982. We offer conservation programs across Australia which enable volunteers to protect, preserve and restore the Australian environment. Projects take place in urban, regional and remote areas, and include tree planting, seed collection, weed control, flora and fauna surveys, building tracks and trails, fencing, and heritage restoration. See below for details of one of our conservation projects, or search for projects near you.
For more information, or for help with your booking, please contact the Warrnambool office on or email Warrnambool@cva.org.au