Sun, October 12, 2021 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sugarloaf Rock carpark, Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park, Sugarloaf Rock Road, Cape Naturaliste
On Sunday October 12, the Busselton Naturalists Club is holding its annual busy bee to maintain the Cape Naturaliste to Sugarloaf Rock section of the Cape to Cape Walk Track. Activities mainly involve pruning back the vegetation that has grown up and over the track in the previous 12 months, so bring secateurs, shears, a whippersnipper or other suitable gardening equipment to undertake the pruning. Club members will have brushcutters available for use if you are fit and have used them before, as these heavier pieces of equipment allow easier pruning of vegetation next to and beneath the 4 sections of board walk in this section of track.
Please bring morning tea and picnic lunch if the weather is fine.
Normally, mid October is a great time to see whales travelling south close to the coast and the wildflowers are in profusion at this time in the spring.