Mt Mort, QLD
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333 Bennetts Road Norman Park 4170 QLD
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Aroona is a magnificent 2000-hectare property in the Little Liverpool Range, about 55km southwest of Ipswich.This Queensland Trust For Nature (QTFN) permanent reserve is home to around 300 head of cattle and several threatened species including the koala, powerful owl, brush-tailed rock-wallaby and the glossy black cockatoo. Aroona hosts nine regional ecosystems, six of which have a biodiversity status ‘of concern’. Its large areas of diverse native vegetation allow natural ecological processes to occur at the scale necessary to support varied and viable populations of conservation-significant wildlife. Come and join the team as we remove the invasive Pepper Tree that has a small hold over the creek banks in the area, preventing native tree species growth. You will learn new weed eradication skills, meet some great people, but most of all have some fun! We cant wait to have you on the team!
*** PLEASE NOTE*** A student discount is available for full time students which brings the complete cost to $120 (this covers all food, accommodation and transport). Volunteers who can make their way to and from the project each day can join in for free as a walk-in-volunteer for either single or multiple days. If you would like to use a student discount or join in as a walk-in-volunteer please contact our office at email@example.com or call us on 3399 5761.
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