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to plant 10,000 trees
IT’S that time of year again when the vol-
unteer groups working in our foreshores and
bushland reserves get their hands dirty and do
some much needed revegetation.
The more the merrier this year, with over
10,000 plants requiring planting in our fore-
shore and bushland reserves.
Whether you’re living in townhouse in Inver-
loch, a beach shack in Cape Woolamai or a
house on the hill in Rhyll; there is a volunteer
group near you!
This year, Bass Coast Shire Council has
some exciting news with the creation of two
new groups – Friends of Scenic Estate Re-
serve (FOSER) and Friends of Smiths Beach
Last year, Scenic Estate Reserve was opened
to the public as a natural reserve for walking.
It was Council’s decision to get the community
involved in maintaining and enhancing this
beautiful new reserve, and thus FOSER were
Council is currently in the process of form-
ing a new group, Friends of Saltwater Creek
Reserve, to undertake works within the Salt-
water Creek Reserve in Ventnor. If you are in-
terested in getting involved or would like any
further information, please contact Council.
The next working bee dates are:
• Ventnor Coast Care Association July 16 at
10am meeting at Aloha Drive
• Red Rocks Coastcare July 3 at 10am meet-
ing in the Red Rocks Carpark
• Saltwater Creek Coastcare August 14 at
10am at Saltwater Creek
• Silverleaves Conservation Association Inc.
September 20 at 10am meeting at the Silver-
• Friends of Scenic Estate September 11 at
the main carpark
• Cape Woolamai Coast Action July 9 at 8am
meeting at the Cleeland Road Carpark
• Cape Paterson Residents and Ratepayers
Association July 9 meeting place to be con-
• Newhaven Coast Action August 7 at 10am
meeting place to be confirmed
• South Gippsland Conservation Society, In-
verloch July 9 at 9am meeting to be confirmed
• Phillip Island Landcare July 10 with meet-
ing time and place to be confirmed
Bass Coast Mayor, Cr Jordan Crugnale, said
the planting season is one of the busiest times
of the year for the volunteer groups.
“Timing is obviously crucial for the plants to
settle into a moist ground and establish them-
selves before summer sets in,” Cr Crugnale
“While these next few months present a vi-
sual flurry of planting activity, our fabulous
volunteer groups certainly do not hibernate
thereafter but work year round on programs
and projects from weed removal, litter collec-
tion, school holiday activities, themed talks,
vegetation protection, undertake minor infra-
structure projects and even apply for every
grant imaginable and available.
“We thank them for their commitment and
their vision to protecting and enhancing our
natural environment that we all appreciate
For further information on the volunteer
groups working in Council managed foreshore
and bushland reserves, please contact Coun-
cil’s Coast and Bushland Management Team
on 1300 BCOAST (226 278) or (03) 5671
2211. Alternatively, you can visit the volunteer
page on Council’s website http://www.bass-
coast.vic.gov.au/envirovolunteers for contact
information for each individual group.
Be sure to confirm dates, times and meeting
location to avoid disappointment. These activi-
ties are weather dependant and may change at
Volunteers planting along the Rhyll Fore-
shore in last month.
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