Bedlam Bay Bushcare

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Bedlam Bay represents an important small bird corridor for Hunters Hill, extending on the corridors along Tarban Creek and the Lower Parramatta River. The native shrub species offer great protection for small birds hiding from larger predators, whilst also allowing them to travel between food sources and nesting sites. The site has seen a host of weed infestations over the years, with considerable infestations still present around the site. However, in the entrance area to the Bedlam Bay Reserve, the Bedlam Bay Bushcare group have been very busy, treating all kinds of weeds consistently enough that the area now shows great promise of soon being filled with diverse native species once again!

This site provides a great opportunity to learn about how the natural regeneration of a site can be very dependent on the dedication of volunteers, willing to do the initial heavy work to get the bush’s regeneration headed back in the right direction. Dedicated and friendly, the Bedlam Bay Bushcare group are always happy to welcome new members, and to learn and work together to restore this crucial small bird habitat.

This Bushcare group meets on the first Saturday of each month, at 8.00am.


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Hunter’s Hill Council

22 Alexandra Street, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
PO Box 21, Hunters Hill NSW 2110
Tel: (02) 9879 9400
ABN: 75 570 316 011