There’ll be many different activities to choose from in 2018 in the Hallelujah Hills. See details in our latest newsletter here and plan for some enjoyable times out bush this year!
Join artist Lynn Lobo for a fun day basking in the sensual experiences of nature, using a pencil, paper and your eyes! Lynn’s drawing workshop is on Sunday April 22nd, from 10am to 4.30pm up at our Read Creek Hills property. For more details see Lynn’s flier – Meandering Pencil Drawing Workshop – April 22 2018
Click here to read our Spring Newsletter for 2017 and see all Worlds End Conservation happenings for spring and summer!
Change of date! Our next working bee is now on Saturday August 26th, zapping horehound in the lovely Lomandra grasslands of Read Creek Hills. Join us for the next one on Saturday 9th September – just the best season to admire early spring flowers while horehound hunting! Contact us here for more info.
We planted more than 50 Sheoaks seedlings at Read Creek Hills at July’s working bee. They were grown from local seed and generously donated to us by a community group in Burra. Thanks to our local Ranger Stella for helping us plant them on the day!
A great seed and plant ID workshop in July gave us new eyes for the wonderful array of plants growing in our part of the world. It was a rare treat to explore Hallelujah Hills’ grassy woodlands with plant expert Anne Brown!
Take a look at what we’re planning and our successes already this year!
Our newsletter for Autumn is worth a read for news of what’s ahead at Worlds End Conservation this year
Our next working bee will be on Friday and/or Saturday 23-24 June. Track marking and protecting our newly sprouted revegetation are on the agenda. There’s always plenty to do. Contact here if you’re new to Worlds End Conservation and would like to join in. We’ll reply with directions and more details. Future Working Bees: 22 July – Saturday 23 July – Sunday: seed collection and plant ID day Sunday July 23 19 August – Saturday 9 September – Saturday 7 October – Saturday