Bartolo Nature Reserve – Saving our Santuary
Conservation Volunteers Australia has commenced work on one of Western Sydney’s newest nature reserves, Bartolo. A Cumberland Plain Remnant, this site is a vital habitat link, providing a sanctuary for native wildlife. Owned by the Cumberland Land Conservancy, the site is being restored with the help of Conservation Volunteers Green Army team, neighbours and local volunteers. These groups have been busy weeding, mapping the site to identify flora and fauna and planting a native flowering species, the Nodding Geebung.
Bartolo is a sanctuary for native wildlife and threatened species.
We are seeking help to remove weeds, conduct flora and fauna surveys, and water newly planted native flowering species.
Please wear enclosed shoes, long pants, long sleeve shirt and a hat. You will need to bring lunch, snacks and plenty of water.
- Lucy Haynes
- Phone: 0404 828 911
- Phone: 28 4721 4625
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://bookings.conservationvolunteers.org/project/prospect-creek-riparian-restoration-4
- Cost: Free
- Booking required
Bartolo Nature Reserve, 9 Jockbet Street, Agnes Banks, New South Wales, Australia
Tuesday, 24 Jan. 2017 9:00 AM to 3:45 PM End Date: Wednesday, 24 Jan. 2018