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Volunteers needed for dune restoration project

Elliott Heads dune
Bundaberg Regional Council will host a dune restoration project at Elliott Heads soon with the community invited to attend.

Bundaberg Region residents are being encouraged to get digging in the dunes of Elliott Heads to assist with weed removal and tree planting.

Dune vegetation is important to the coastal ecology and provides habitat for animals and native tree species.

The event will be hosted by Bundaberg Regional Council in March for residents to participate in and will involve removing weeds and planting new trees to help with the current revegetation program at Elliott Heads.

Elliott Heads event

When: Saturday, 4 March at 8 am

Where: To take part meet Natural Areas Officer Tegan in the park near Elliott Heads Hall.

Volunteers will spend two hours removing weeds either side of several access tracks.

There may also be an opportunity to help plant new trees which will count towards Council’s One Million Trees initiative.

Participants are encouraged to wear enclosed shoes, long pants, a long-sleeve shirt, hat and sunscreen.

Bring plenty of water and gardening gloves, if you have them.

A limited amount of both will be available on the day.

No experience necessary.

No pre-registration required.

Children are welcome however must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

For more information email parksadministration@bundaberg.qld.gov.au 

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