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Jawbone Marine Sanctuary in Williamstown is home to various native plants and wildlife such as coots, moorhens, several species of cormorant and grebe, swans, herons, spoonbills and pelicans. Help us to maintain this gorgeous site, located right on the beach, so we can do our bit to maintain the habitat of the amazing creatures that call the reserve home. The focus of this project will be to assist with protecting the integrity of the native areas with weed removal and marine debris collection.
The day will run from 9am and finish at 12.30pm
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