Brightmore Reserve, Cremorne

Brightmore Reserve is a small open forest remnant on a ridgeline overlooking Willoughby Bay in Middle Harbour, located at the end of Little Young Street, Cremorne.

Brightmore Bushcare Group was formed in 1993. This group meets on the first and third Sunday of every month, except during the Bushcare break through December and January.

 

The vegetation communities at this location include Angophora Foreshore Forest and Blackbutt Gully Forest represented by the dominant tree species, Sydney Red Gum (Angophora costata), Blackbutt (Eucalyptus pilularis) and Sydney Peppermint (Eucalyptus piperita). Bird species include Eastern Whip Birds, Tawny Frogmouths and Kookaburras. Eastern Water Dragons are often seen beside the creek and falls.  

Essentially, Bushcare is a social activity. It is a great way to undertake light exercise and enjoy the great outdoors while contributing to the conservation of our bushland areas. Qualified supervision and equipment is provided free of charge. Just turn up at the specified dates and times listed below to participate. Wear gardening clothes, including; a long sleeved shirt, long pants, enclosed shoes and a hat. Please bring your own bottle of drinking water.

Information: Bushcare Volunteers Convenor or the Council Bushcare Officer on 9936 8100.

 

7. Brightmore Reserve

Meet: 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month

Time: 9 am - 12 Noon

Little Young St, Cremorne

Convenor: Nancy Heywood

Phone:        02 9909 8485

January

Break

February

04 & 18

March

04 & 18

April

08 & 22

May

06 & 20

June

03 & 17

July

08 & 22

August

05 & 19

September

02 & 16

October

07 & 21

November

04 & 18

December

Break

Asterisk* = Meetings that fall on a long weekend or the Building Bridges to Boorowa planting trip, please confirm meeting status with the Bushcare Group Convenor. 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, a hat & sunscreen. Please bring a bottle of drinking water.

 

 

 

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