Conservation Volunteering – Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
Every Monday our Better Earth volunteer team heads out to Tidbinbilla to assist our Park Rangers with essential conservation projects.
Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is a wonderful local protected area, on the fringe of Namadgi National Park. It is a short drive from the city of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory, the capital city of Australia. The nature reserve consists of a large valley floor, the Tidbinbilla Mountain and the Gibraltar range. The sides of the valley are steep and relatively undisturbed; the lower slopes are partly cleared and have a history of Aboriginal and European use. The word ‘Tidbinbilla’ is Aboriginal in origin and is derived from the word Jedbinbilla – a place where boys become men.
Come join us for a day of varied conservation activities in some beautiful surroundings!
To join us out at Tidbinbilla – please sign up by following this links:
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Please come prepared to spend the day getting active outdoors. This means wearing long sleeved shirt, pants, sturdy shoes or boots and a hat. Please bring along food and water for the day, and if you have pair of work gloves – bring those a long too.
All transport to site, materials and tools are provided.
We meet at 7.40am at the gravel car park on Angas St in Ainslie, for volunteers who would prefer to drive to meet us. Fro volunteers who prefer to catch public transport, we have a second pick up point at 8am at the Canberra City YHA – located at 7 Akuna St.
- Phone: 6247 7770
- Phone: 0407 540 208
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://bookings.conservationvolunteers.org/book/search/results?projectSearch_region_=1&projectSearch_region_1=14&projectSearch_office_14=3&projectSearch_requiredVacancies=1
- Cost: Free
- Booking required
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