Lamington National Park Centenary

Celebrating Lamington National Park’s Centenary 1915 - 2015
Help celebrate the100th birthday of Lamington National Park

Rankin's Paddock aka Egg Rock (Kurrarakin) Clearing - Lamington National Park
You are invited to join volunteers planting trees.  
Take part in plant identification & bush regeneration walks.  After lunch Glenn Leiper, Bill McDonald and Kirby Roulstone will share their knowledge.

When:
Sunday Morning, 25 January 2015
Time:
7:30am for 8am
  
 What to bring:Your lunch.  Plenty to drink.  Sturdy footwear.  Gloves and hat and a rug or cushion to sit on.  Insect repellent.
  
 10:30amMorning tea will be provided (Damper, fresh fruit and hot water)
Please bring your own special diet requirements if required
  
 WhereSee map below - signs will be on the road.  Park carefully at one of the two entrances.  Walk 300 metre to the planting area.
Rankin's Paddock map



RSVP please by 20 January 2015

 Greg BaikaloffGreg.Baikaloff@nprsr.qld.gov.au  5533 3548
 Craig Perkinscraigandelezabeth@bigpond.com  5533 3307
Susan Cully  michaelandsusancully@skymesh.com.au5533 3358




Rankin's Paddock
aka Egg Rock (Kurrangin) Clearing

The site for the tree planting is approximately 7.5 km from Beechmont roundabout.

Please park your car along roadside well off the road itself.




What not to bring

Dogs and domestic animals are not permitted in the Lamington National Park.

Children must be supervised at all times.

This activity is not suitable for unattended young children.



This activity supported by

Caring for plateaus





Thank you to our speakers

 Bill McDonald Distinguished botanist and author
Glenn Leiper Author of Mangroves to Mountains 
Kirby Roulstone  Experienced bush regeneration contractor