Friends of Warringine Park

Friends of Warringine Park are a small but dedicated hands on environmental team of volunteers that gets together every month for a few hours to engage in conservation activities at Warringine Park in Hastings/Bittern. We are supported with the assistance of the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Bushland Management Team.

Activities include: weeding of environmental weeds in order to protect and enhance Warringine Park’s naturally occuring indigenous environments and habitat values, as well as revegetation planting to replace weedy areas with indigenous plants that are local to the area, and some occasional fauna monitoring activities, including nest box monitoring. But we are also open to new ideas and possibilities for what we can achieve to help the Park stay healthy and beautiful.

Friends of Warringine Park have been an active group in the community for over a decade and always welcome new members. We meet every second Sunday of the month at 12:30pm at the carpark entrance to the Bittern Coastal Wetlands boardwalk, which is located opposite 40 Salmon Street in Hastings on the Mornington Peninsula.

Come along for as long or as little as you want. Tools and equipment is supplied as well as spare gloves. BYO water and snacks, a sun hat, and good enclosed footwear and pants (not shorts) as it is an outdoors activity with all the usual things – sun, bugs and dirt 🙂

Thanks,
Friends of Warringine Park

To apply for this job email your details to friendsofwarringine@gmail.com