The Numinbah Nature Links project is a three year threatened species habitat recovery project being implemented on private properties in Numinbah. The project involves mitigating weed threats to at least 19 significant plant species found within 25 hectares of the Endangered Ecological Community Lowland Rainforest and adjacent habitats. The project is funded by the NSW Environmental Trust and Council.
A free project information day will be held to give an overview of the project and presentations by local landholders showcasing their tireless restoration efforts over several decades. Key speaker will be John Hunter, ex-National Parks and Wildlife Service and well known botanist and ecologist, who will discuss the biodiversity values of local National Park reserve and outline the process of their World Heritage Listing.
Following morning tea, we will visit an exceptionally diverse remnant of lowland subtropical rainforest do discuss its values, significance and recent management. This event will celebrate our amazing local biodiversity and the wonderful work done over many years by dedicated, hard-working locals and others.
Come and join us! Numbers are limited and bookings essential. To register please call Council’s Contact Centre on 02 6670 2400.