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Revitalising Sir Joseph Banks Park

  • Location: Botany NSW
  • Commitment: Regular - less than 6 months
  • Category: Environment & Conservation
  • Time Required

    This is an ongoing projects on selected days. Please see website for further details.

  • Suitable for
    • Groups of 10 or more
    • People Learning English
  • Type of work
    • Garden Maintenance
  • Training

    Induction and safety training on-site

  • Requirements

    Please wear sturdy shoes/boots, long pants, and long sleeve shirts. Hats, sunscreen, and water are a must.

Sir Joseph Banks Park is a very significant nature reserve on the Botany foreshore. It provides natural habitat for native flora and fauna species in northern Botany Bay. It is home to the endangered Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub and many other vulnerable native species. This area has been affected by serious environmental degradation in the past and we are here to give it a helping hand and to make it an incredible place to be for the local community, recreation, education and conservation awareness.

There’s lots to be done! Removing invasive species, maintenance of the walking trails, litter collection, mulching and site preparation for community planting events, planting of native species and even wildlife monitoring are just a few.

A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER:

  • Make sure you book your spot online. Spaces are limited, and they do fill up!
  • We offer a free pick and drop off at Central Station for each project.
  • No previous experience is required. We will provide you with all the know-how on site.
  • We will provide you with a certificate of appreciation for coming along and helping out (this looks great on a resume!)


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