- Deddington 7212, Tas
- Departs from:
- The Elm Tree Café. Corner of St Johns St and Cimitiere St
- Departure time:
Deddington is a tiny Tasmanian town made famous by the artist John Glover because in 1832 he acquired one of the largest grants of land in Van Diemen's Land at the time at Mills Plains, Deddington. Many of the Glover art pieces are from around this region.
Our project follows on from the fencing that we completed after the 2016 Launceston Floods but this time we are on the Nile River at "Marathon Estate". The Marathon property has an environmental covenant on it and is surrounded by river and native vegetation going up into the hills.
No fencing experience is required for this project as we have tasks suitable to all levels but we would love to fill the bus and deliver a great CVA product, so come and lend a hand. Our previous fencing projects were rewarding and great fun so dont miss this new adventure.
We will provide transport from Launceston, departing at 8:00am and returning in the late afternoon. Or if you live local you can meet on-site by prior arrangement.
What to wear:
- Long pants and long sleeved shirt
- Sturdy, enclosed shoes
What to bring:
- Morning tea, 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
Bookings are required: click "Book Now" or for more information contact our Launceston office on (03) 6334 9985 or email@example.com
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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.
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