Join us on Saturday the 7th of April for our third “Habitat for Wildlife” workshop as part of a regional series of habitat workshops.
Join Wildside Australia’s Brendon Levot on a journey through a diversity of ecosystems we commonly work in to recover, and hear about his experience in creating healthy habitat to support a diversity of Australian wildlife on Bushcare and Landcare sites!
This workshop, held at Upper Hewitts Creek, Thirroul will cover restoration activities, how to identify and plan for wildlife in your restoration or gardening activities, how to look for signs of a healthy ecosystem and more.
In the Landcare and Bushcare world we are often so focused on the weeds, we forget to look up into the trees and the surrounding vegetation for what we are providing homes for in the long term.
This workshop will get you thinking about the bigger picture in environmental restoration, and native species-friendly gardens, noticing what you have or could have on your site or backyard, and looking and listening for more Australian wildlife.
Time: 9.30 am – 11.30am
RSVP: To register click here
This workshop is funded by South East Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government
Who should come?
Landcare, Buschare, Conservation volunteers
Private landholders & local residents
People interested in environmental restoration
People interested in Australian wildlife
Where do we meet?
Parking details and exact location on where to meet will be provided upon registration. This will be along Armagh Parade in Thirroul.
What should I bring to the event?
Bring a note book
Appropriate clothing for weather conditions
For any further information contact Megan Rowlatt at