Since the late 1980s, volunteers have worked to regenerate the beautiful bushland at Green Point. At first they worked as part of Green Point Action Committee, then joined Landcare in 2004, before changing the name to Green Point Foreshore Reserve Landcare in 2007.

Individuals have changed, but around 30 people have worked regularly in the reserve over the years.

Two members of the group have TAFE qualifications in bush regeneration, and all are experienced. They have the knowledge and skills to regenerate the bushland successfully. Their work is entirely weeding and vine pruning. No planting is needed – the bush regenerates naturally from seeds on the plants and in the soil. The group returns regularly to their sites to do follow-up weeding, which is essential.

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