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Avalon Golf Course Bushland

Bushland Regeneration

Avalon Golf Course Bushland

What is the aim?

Avalon Golf Course Reserve is edged by bushland on its south-eastern flank which includes remnants of a mixture of Endangered Ecological Communities (EECs): Coastal Clay Heath, Coastal Woodlands and Themeda Grassland, once prevalent throughout Avalon.

Who funds it?

The Foundation has been successful in receiving two ‘Caring for Country’ Community Coastcare grants (2008 and 2010) to support this project. Caring for Country projects are funded by the Federal Government. Continued community support in the project is vital to successfully attracting future grants.

Can I help?

There are many ways to help. Bequests and donations remain our primary source of funding. Becoming part of a bushcare group on site or joining in the community planting days are another way of contributing directly to the success of this project. Finally, simply appreciating the work by enjoying a walk or bird-watching through this bushland is a great start to supporting the work and the benefits for us all.


You can materially assist this project by becoming a Friend of the Pittwater Environmental Foundation and nominating this project as your special interest. Become a Friend.