Mt Ninderry Bushcare Group successful start
  • Last updated:
  • 31 Aug 2020

The Mt Ninderry Bushcare Group first started with an open day in March this year (2019) which then continued on with regular monthly working bees. The open day attracted 30 people and the group have consistently maintained 12 to 15 regular volunteers.

Mt Ninderry is culturally and historically significant within the Kabi Kabi First Nations lands. It has eight different types of vegetation communities and is an important refuge for many endemic species.

The Bushcare group held a total of nine working bees this year. This resulted in the removal of 80 weed bags and 800 native plants planted with a contribution of 380 volunteer hours. Many thanks to all the volunteers who contributed throughout the year.

The Mt Ninderry Bushcare Group meet at the end of Mountain View Road on the second Tuesday of the month, 8–10am. If you would like to join this group or other BushCare Sunshine Coast groups visit the BushCare Community webpage for more information.