Wall to Wollondilly - River Project
The Wall to Wollondilly is a project led by Greening Australia to restore and rehabilitate the Wingecarribee River between the dam wall at Glenquarry and the confluence with the Wollondilly River.
The Wall to Wollondilly (W2W) project is working with the local community to protect and restore critical habitat for species such as the Platypus and Yellow-bellied Glider, and to improve the health of the Wingecarribee River. The project is part of the Great Eastern Ranges which brings together people and organisations to protect, link and restore healthy habitats across 3,600 kilometres of eastern Australia from Victoria to northern Queensland.
Working together to protect and restore the Wingecarribee River
The project team is a collaboration of many interested organisations and individuals, all invested in caring for the Wingecarribee River.
They are working with the local community to protect and restore critical habitat and improve the health of the Wingecarribee River.
Click here to learn more about the project and what it has achieved since its inception.
There are many ways you can get involved in this exciting project.
If you own land adjoining or near to the Wingecarribee River and would like to get involved or learn more about this project, contact:
Ian Rayner - Greening Australia
If you would like to join the Wingecarribee Rivercare Group, complete the application form or contact:
Environment Officer - Bushcare and Citizen Science
Telephone: (02) 4868 0888
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