Protecting Bushland & Foreshore Biodiversity in Melville

7 May 2018

The City of Melville manages an 18km foreshore area that is defined by a narrow chain of reserves and natural vegetation. There are also some beautiful bushland reserves away from the river that provide wonderful opportunities to spot wildflowers and enjoy a touch of serenity within the suburbs.

Join the volunteers at Conservation Volunteers Australia to assist in removing invasive weed species that threaten the biological diversity, particularly the wildflowers, at various parks and foreshore locations. Plantings will also be undertaken to restore native vegetation in these areas.

Where you can volunteer this month

Thursday 10 May 2018

Quenda Wetland

Monday 14 May 2018

Blue Gum Reserve

Thursday 17 May 2018

Ken Hurst Park

For more information and to book, please click here, Or check out CVA's May calendar of projects.

Not sure if you should volunteer?

We recently spokeCamila Bedulli, a travelling volunteer helping out with extremely valuable conservation work through CVA, about why she volunteers.

Conserving our Environment

To watch more video stories about volunteering in the City of Melville, visit our Volunteering Stories segment in TopicTalks: Community.

What activities do you get involved in to help protect our bushland and foreshore biodiversity?

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