Bush Regeneration

Rocky Point Bush Care

This group works to restore the Pittwater Spotted Gum Forest on Rocky Point Reserve and road reserves, and the south west Lovett Bay Beach slopes. They  have been meeting every Monday since 2003.

We are an eclectic bunch ranging from those who know everything about the bush to those who know nothing; those who have been here 40 minutes to those who have been here 40 years; those who walk our tracks and clamber up trees for the view, to those who have to sit down to weed. Starting with just 4 residents our numbers have swelled to insure it always feels like party time at morning tea.

As a Northern Beaches Council backed bushcare group all newcomers to Rocky Point Bushcare are offered a tool belt, shirt with weed sacks also provided onsite. If you think this might be for you – give us a call. We’d love to see you.

Contact: Lesley Stevens
Weeding dates: 1st Monday of the month 9:30am-12:30pm
Start date for 2021: January 2021
Supported by: Northern Beaches Council
What does Northern Beaches Council provide? Tool belt and shirt. Weed sacks also provided onsite.
What to wear: Everyone is asked to dress appropriately in work clothes, hat, sturdy shoes and sunscreen. Insect repellant is advisable to repel ticks and mosquitos.

Covid restrictions apply.

Targeted weeds

Recent work

Recent work done at Rocky Point targeting Ground asparagus (Asparagus aethiopicus) and Fishbone fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia).

Left:  In the beginning we targetted Ground asparagus.
Right: We had wonderful help from the Asparagus Out Day organisers

A major assault on Fishbone gets underway.

Happy Floating Landcarers float off.

Left: Rocky Point Irregulars helping out with the big stuff.
Right: Floating Landcare helps out.

Floating Landcare Visits Rocky Point.

Rocky Point is beginning to recouperate.

They scope the area.

Contact Us

Please use the form below to find out how to get involved. Membership is open and newcomers are always welcomed.

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