La Perouse, NSW 2036
- Departs from:
- For transport to and from the site, volunteers need to meet at Central Station. Transport is available for up to 9 volunteers. Find us outside Platform 1, near the taxi rank.
- Departure time:
Congwong Beach is a beautiful part of Botany Bay, favoured by scuba divers, snorkelers, families, travellers and residents alike. CVA have been working for two years at the site to rehabilitate and re-establish the native dune vegetation at Congwong Beach. Sand dunes are vital in protecting the coast line, providing a suitable habitat to many species and providing a buffer against significant weather events. Volunteers will work to remove rubbish and debris from the beach and surrounding areas and may also contribute to dune restoration works before enjoying an interpretive walk of the area.
8.00am: For transport to and from the site, volunteers need to meet at Central Train Station. Transport is available for up to 9 volunteers. Find us outside Platform 1, near the taxi rank. Please advise Anastasia Kiteri if you would like to use this service - Anastasia_Kiteri@symantec.com
9.00am: Meet at Cann Park, 1532 Anzac Parade La Perouse NSW 2036. Parking fees apply. Bus lines 391, 393, 394, L94 & X94 terminate at site.
3:00pm: Finish onsite.
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