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Forest / Mountain Oak

The Forest or Mountain Oak can be identified by it’s brown corky bark, round fruit (cones) and four or five teeth on the article needles.

River Red Gum

An Australian icon and most widespread of the Eucalypts, the River Red Gum is found near waterways over much of inland Australia and found (naturally) as far east as Hinton in the Hunter Valley.

Recruiting tips

No 1. reason that people volunteer – because they were asked.

Goodness, Gracious Great Balls of… umm… Seed.

Seed balls are a fairly simple way of getting seed into an area to germinate after a good rain event.

May 03

Tocal Field Days

May 3 - May 5
Aug 10


August 10 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Hunter Region Weather

The interactive weather tool below allows you lists 4 major weather stations in the Hunter region. Choose the region from the drop down list.

Weather provided by Willy Weather


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We always welcome new members who are keen to get involved at the regional level. We can also help you find your local Landcare groups.