Crowdy Bay by winam

AABR is off to Kylies Beach on 18th-19th May to celebrate, with the mid-north coast NPA, Australia’s longest running Bitou eradication project.

For forty years bush regenerators in various guises, (volunteers, contractors and NPWS staff) have been working around Diamond Head in Crowdy Bay National Park dealing with the legacy of sand mining restoration which saw Bitou Bush introduced to stabilize the dunes.

AABR will be joining in the celebrations and providing opportunities for members to catch up, share a meal and lend a hand.

Celebrations include

  • 13-19th May : The annual NPA bush regeneration camp at Kylies Beach campground, with camping trailer and free park access
  • 18/5/19 : The 40th Bitou Removal Anniversary Celebration 10am at Laurieton United Services Club, cnr. Seymour and Lake Sts Laurieton
  • 18/5/19 : 12-1pm  AABR workshop on site monitoring using the National Standards Recovery Wheel, location TBA.
  • 18/5/19 : NPA BBQ on Saturday night
  • 19/5/19 : morning Bitou Bush Banishing
  • and networking a plenty

The event is free however bookings are required to ensure catering and venues can accommodate participants.

 Bookings for AABR members are through eventbrite