Bush track breathes new life

5 November 2019|Community News| Off Comments off on Bush track breathes new life|

COMMUNITY members are being urged to help restore the bush walking track around Collinsvale Hall Reserve.

The track, which has been neglected over the years, is getting some much-needed love from the recently created volunteer Collinsvale Landcare Group and Glenorchy City Council.

The group held their first working bee in October which saw the overgrown vegetation trimmed and a large section of the trail raked.

There are many more events planned over the coming months to continue restoring other sections of the track, identify local plant species growing nearby and carry out bush care activities, such as weed removal, to enhance the natural values around the trail.

Anyone interested in getting involved is encouraged to head along to the next working bee on Sunday 1 December at 10am at Collinsvale Hall Reserve.

For more information, contact Council’s environment section on 6216 6800.

Caption: The Collinsvale Landcare Group during its working bee to restore the bushwalking track around Collinsvale Hall Reserve.

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