The Woorim Foreshore on Bribie Island is part of the Moreton Bay Ramsar-listed wetland of international significance. It is a sensitive foredune and riparian habitat which provides breeding grounds for the critically endangered Loggerhead sea turtle. The area is also habitat for migratory shorebirds (including the endangered Eastern Curlew) which are protected under international agreements.
Conservation Volunteers Australia has been working closely with Bribie Island Rotary and Moreton Bay Regional Council to conserve the coastal dunes and scrub here by removing invasive weeds and performing revegetation. Now, you have a chance to help conserve this beautiful and ecologically significant spot. Join us for a day or weed control or tree planting, or both!
- Weeding event: Tuesday 18th May, 8 - 11am
- Community Planting event: Friday 21st May, 9am -12pm
- Weeding and Watering event: Thursday 27th May, 8 - 11am
Each day, you will be guided by a friendly CVA team leader in a fun and welcoming team environment. All materials will be supplied and no experience is required.
Registrations on our website are essential. You will receive a link to complete your registration and more information upon receipt of your Eventbrite ticket.
This project is made possible with support from the Australian Government's Communities Environment Program, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Rotary Club of Bribie Island and Wallum Action Group.