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Lilly Pilly Riparian Rainforest Restoration Project

This planting aims to stabilise the river bank and reintroduce rainforest plant species. Greater Bank are donating 5,000 plants!

Project Status: PLANNED

Sustaining the Williams Valley Community Group will be planting 5,000 trees, shrubs and ground cover plants as an extension to the Weeping Lilly Pilly Riparian Rainforest Restoration Project on the bank of the Williams River at Frank Robinson Park. The native habitat improvement works will provide much needed vegetation for native fauna species along the rail and road corridors bordering Fran Robinson Park. Consultation with RMS, ARTC, Dungog Shire Council, and the Hunter Region Landcare Network is taking place to make this project happen.

Sample species to be planted: Callistemon sieberi, Trema tomentosa, Melia azederach, Acacia parvipinnula, Lomandra longifolia (Mat-rush), Mixed low growing and creeping plants such as grevillea, hardenbergia, hibbertia.

Planting dates: February - March 2021

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Find out more about our planting partner

Hunter Landcare Network

Our Planting Partner - Hunter Region Landcare Network

The Hunter Region Landcare Network supports the Landcare community in working to improve the natural environment of the Hunter Region.

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The impact of 75,000 trees

Making a difference to our customers, our staff and the community is what drives us. This project will not only help our regions grow greater but will help make a difference for future generations.

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