Wednesday, 13 February, 8 am – 12:30 pm – Field trip: Eucalyptus forest, wildlife corridor, orchards & rare trees


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Gain insight into some local landforms, soils & associated ecosystems. Consider property management issues relevant to different land/vegetation types. See what one landholder has achieved including the establishment of a eucalyptus forest, wildlife corridors, orchard, rare trees, refurbishment of rainforest & other vegetation along gullies & a pasture improvement project.

You will travel by bus in air-conditioned comfort. As field sessions may involve walking up to 500m through paddocks and wooded areas,  walking shoes, long trousers, hat, sunscreen, and a water bottle are recommended.  Participants must have the capacity to walk through paddocks and stand for reasonable periods, however, walking will not be arduous nor on particularly steep grades.

This session forms part of our ‘how to care for your rural block course’ but bookings are also taken for the attendance of individual sessions. This sessions commence at 8 am sharp we meet the bus at the Landcare Office 350 Old Maryborough rd, Araluen. To see the full detail on all the sessions for our ‘how to care for your rural block’ course click here.

To book other individual sessions click here

Additional information


Member $25, Non-Members $30