Heritage Talk and Biodiversity Walk 8 September 2018

Creating Habitat for Native Fauna 30 August 2018
8 August 2018

Heritage Talk and Biodiversity Walk 8 September 2018

When:
29 September 2018 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Where:
Hunter River Reserve Lookout
Orient St
Greta NSW 2334
Australia

A Local TreasureThe Hunter River Reserve provides spectacular views over Luskintyre and Lambs Valley, cradled between Lambs Mountain and the Moonabung Range.

Containing one of the last remaining stands of intact native vegetation along the Lower Hunter River, endangered vegetation commu-nities, a host of native wildlife, and direct river access via historic sandstone steps and pathways, the reserve is a treasure trove of environmental and heritage features.

Heritage Talk and Biodiversity Walk Join us for a FREE ‘Heritage Talk and Biodiversity Walk’ to learn about the reserve’s unique history and environment.

Cost: FREE

Date: Saturday 8th September 2018

Time: 10.00am – 12.00pm

Meet: Hunter River Reserve Lookout (accessed off Orient Street) – refer map overpage

Food: Lunch and refreshments provided.

Register to attend:

Ashley Bacales | NRM Project Coordinator

Hunter Joint Organisation

P: (02) 4978 4028

E: ashleyb@huntercouncils.com.au

W: www.hccrems.com.au