Cremorne Point, Cremorne

Indigenous coastal Hawkesbury Sandstone bushland thrives with a helping hand from the enthusiastic Bushcare group. Many bird species are common to Cremorne Point, including small wrens using the lantana, Tawny Frogmouths nest annually in the area and the rare Powerful Owl has been sighted. Grey-headed Flying foxes visit the area while travelling from their colony at the Royal Botanical Gardens to feed for the evening.

The Cremorne Point Bushcare group was formed in 1993 and is supported by other bush regeneration works in the area.

The group works at two sites on the peninsular: Robertson's Point playground (Rob) and Bogota Ave entrance to Cremorne Reserve (Bog).

6. Cremorne Reserve

Meet: 2nd Sunday of the month

Time: 9.00 am - 12.00 Noon

Robertson’s Pt. Playground (Rob)

or Bogota Ave, Cremorne Pt. (Bog)

Coordinator: Ann Lyons

Phone:           02 9953 6643

January

Break

February

12/Bog

March

12/Rob

April

09/Bog

May

14/Rob

June

11*/Bog

July

09/Rob

August

13/Bog

September

10*/Rob

October

15/Bog

November

12/Rob

December

Break

Asterisk* = Meetings that fall on a long weekend or the Boorowa Planting trip, confirm meeting status with 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, hat & sunscreen. Bring water.

 

 

 

 

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