Hinterland Regional Park Bushcare Group

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Hinterland Regional Park Bushcare Group

Established in April 1999 to help restore and conserve Hinterland Regional Park.

The Hinterland Regional Park Bushcare GrouIt was the first official bushcare group partnered with the Natural Areas Management Unit under the NaturallyGC Volunteer Landcare Program.

The group assists with the restoration of the Council-managed Hinterland Regional Park located in Mudgeeraba. The site is approximately 72 hectares in size and is bordered by Mudgeeraba Creek, Bonogin Creek and Hardys Road. It is home to over 158 bird species including the glossy black cockatoo and a range of other native animals including the endangered Richmond Birdwing butterfly.

The group's activities include controlling environmental weeds and revegetation projects. The group has contributed to planting over 70,000 native species and has held large community planting days with schools and organisations such as Green Corps.

They also help to create sustainable ecosystems that support local wildlife and encourage community engagement and help with the development of skills to further support their landcare work. They meet on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 8am - 10am through the year from February to November.


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