Balls Head Reserve, Waverton

Balls Head Reserve is a prominent headland at the tip of the Waverton Peninsula. This reserve is one of the most highly utilised bushland areas in North Sydney, with wonderful views of the harbour and city.

Bush regeneration began on Balls Head in 1980 and the Bushcare group has been working weekly on the site since 1990. They have been involved in many projects including rehabilitating bushland around an Aboriginal engraving, weeding, planting and erosion control. Come along and join in!

 


*** Please note gatherings are restricted to 30 people, including the Bushcare Supervisor, due to safety concerns related to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Please contact the Group Convenor to help us manage this social distancing measure and to abide by this Federal Government directive. Participation will be scheduled on a rotating basis should there be more interest than places available. Please ensure you arrive at the nominated start time listed below for this purpose and to receive a safety briefing ***

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4. Balls Head Reserve

Meet: 1st  & 3rd Thursday of the month

Time: 10 am - 12 Noon

Lawn opp. Coal Loader, Waverton

Convenor: Lynne Cook

Phone:       0468 663 866

January

Break

February

04 & 18

March

04 & 18

April

01 & 15

May

06 & 20

June

03 & 17

July

01 & 15

August

05 & 19

September

02 & 16

October

07 & 21

November

04 & 18

December

Break

In the event of rain, call the Group Convenor to confirm meeting status.

Volunteers are required to wear enclosed shoes, long sleeved shirt, long pants, hat & sunscreen. Bring water.

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