Aim: Sign and bollard installation as well as a bit of a clean up. PLUS – A fun, guided tour through this wonderful part of the world to see first hand what Track Care WA has been doing, while enjoying the flora, fauna and views.
Meet: BP Service Station on the corner of Great Eastern Highway and Great Southern Highway.
Time: Meeting no later than 9am for a 9:15am departure.
Trip duration: Saturday morning from 9am until lunch time.
Bring: Gloves. Morning tea. Lunch if you are attending on November 20. An appetite if you are attending on November 27, as DBCA are providing a sausage sizzle lunch.
A couple of people will be needed to share the work using a hand held auger to dig the post holes. If you volunteer for this part of the work you will need to wear steel cap boots, gloves and safety glasses. Graham can supply safety glasses if you don’t have any.
Options: Join the Trip Leader and go on a bit of a tour to look at other areas where Track Care will be operating as well as looking at the flora and fauna found in this area. (The wildflowers have been spectacular!)
Interested in attending: only 8 cars in total will be able to attend this trip. So if you would like attend please click on the Registration Form below. You will need to make sure that you are logged into the website.
November 20 Piggery Road
• installing a number of small signs.
• installing a place a number of wooden bollards.
• removing rubbish.
Lunch not provided.
November 27 Warrigal Wetlands
• a number of small signs (10) bordering two forming up places to the wetland.
• two larger awareness signs at the entrance and exit points to the wetlands (within the forming up places).
• a place a number of wooden bollards to demarcate the forming up/parking areas
• conservation signs naming the wetland: “Warrigal Conservation Wetland.”
DBCA Sausage Sizzle lunch provided.