Assisting Natural Regeneration on a Granite Outcrop

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We will be discussing the transformational journey of the reserve from what was known by locals as the 'dump' to what it is now: a stunning area with a wonderful array of wildflowers. Throssell Reserve features a surfacing granite outcrop and local plants such as Yellow Starflower, Stylidiums, Verticordia and native grasses. The beauty of the reserve, as it is today, is a result of the work completed by a dedicated ‘Friends of’ group and the Shire of Mundaring.

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Event Details

Time: 9:00am - 11:00am

Venue: Railway Heritage Trail near Mundaring Scout Hall, 2995 Jacoby Street, Mundaring.

Enquiries

Contact: Kate Malden

Organisation: EMRC

Position: Administration Officer

Phone: (08) 9424 2216

Email: environment@emrc.org.au

Event Date(s)

  • Saturday 3rd November 2018