Volunteer with BeachCare – Tugun

Volunteer with BeachCare – Tugun

BeachCare Activity Day

Mar

23

to

Mar

23

Region
South East Queensland
Start
9:00 am
Finish
11:00 am
Host
BeachCare
Contact
James Gullison
Phone
07 5552 8506
Email
beachcare@griffith.edu.au
Web
http://www.griffith.edu.au/beachcare

BeachCare is a community group facilitated by the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management in partnership with the City of Gold Coast. Activities such as planting native dune species, removing invasive weeds and collecting and auditing beach littler work towards stabilising the dunes, providing habitat for native species and protecting the coastline.

Everyone is always welcome to participate in BeachCare events; no experience necessary.

Please be sure to wear enclosed shoes or you will not be able to participate.
Please bring some drinking water and wear sun smart clothing.
All equipment and refreshments are supplied.

See you on the dunes!

Venue
Beach end Toolna Street
Tugun
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