The National Parks Association of NSW, Mid North Coast Branch in conjunction with NPWS, runs a six day volunteer bush regeneration camp in our iconic Crowdy Bay National Park. The park is 25 minutes from Taree. Volunteers are welcome to camp or just come for a day. We camp at the gorgeous spot of Kylies Beach and have use of a trailer fully equipped with eating, cooking and washing up gear plus a hot water urn – this makes camping so much easier. NPA provides a bbq dinner on the Saturday night.
We go out to targetted areas each day, removing invasive weeds such as bitou bush and lantana. Tools are provided. Volunteers work at their own pace and there is time for swimming or dropping a line in.
NPA has been working in the park for 38 years and the project is recognised as Australia's longest running bitou bush eradication project. Come along and make this 38th year a great success.