Our purpose: To connect young people with a passion for Landcare and adventure


11 participants descended upon Coal Point to monitor the population of Squirrel Gliders, and to replace any unused nesting boxes to further encourage continued breeding. Later on, the group went for a spotlight to see whether we could encounter any of the previous sighted gliders, being active during the night.

16 participants went Bitou Busting with the Bitou Busters at Hawkesnest, then proceeded to a day of Cultural Learning at Yacaaba Headland, Port Stephens.

Burwood Beach littoral rainforest weeding and beach clean-up

Even though we got a bit wet, we had a great day helping out with some weeding.

Hunter Intrepid Landcare enjoyed a day of meeting, greeting and flying through the treetops.

Weeding on Coastal Dunes and Local Cultural Experience

Clean Up Australia day Gula Park, Tanilba Bay

Weekend away in the Hunter

Restoring Shorebird Habitat in RAMSAR wetland

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