Friends of Mount Majura

Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Friends of Mount Majura. We are a volunteer Park Care Group working to protect and enhance the natural environment on Mount Majura and its surroundings. Explore this website to find out about upcoming events and to learn more about the plants and animals you will encounter on the mountain.

Tree Walk (25/06/2017)

Tree Walk (25/06/2017)

Join ecologist Michael Doherty for an information-packed walk on the slopes of Mount Majura and Mount Ainslie on Sunday 25 June. Learn how to identify local woodland trees, see where they occur and hear how they survive fire and drought. Read article » ...

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter – June 2017

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter - June 2017

Dear Friends, Welcome to the June edition of the FoMM newsletter. Hope you have all been enjoying the clear and crisp winter weather lately to get out and about on Mt Majura. We had a fantastic work party last month removing around four Read article » ...

Mountain Magic

Mountain Magic

I love these foggy winter mornings.  Walk up the mountain and the world turns magic. Many walkers joined in this pleasure on this Queens Birthday holiday. Waltraud Monday, 12 June 2017 Read article » ...

Working Party @ The Fair (18/06/2017)

Working Party @ The Fair (18/06/2017)

Give a hand on Sunday, 18 June and help transform Mount Majura’s weedy woodland east of The Fair into native wildlife habitat; enjoy the little woodland birds foraging among planted trees and shrubs and learn about the work of volunteers Read article » ...

Mother’s Day Bird Walk 14th May 2017

Mother’s Day Bird Walk 14th May 2017

Mother’s Day Bird walk 8-10am 14th May 2017 Sixteen of us met at the Mackenzie St car park entrance where we shared our names and recent bird sightings and observations. We reported on flocks of gang gangs and other parrots Read article » ...

Honeysuckle goes at the May work party

Honeysuckle goes at the May work party

On a perfect Canberra late autumn day ten volunteers helped removing four cubic meter of Japanese Honeysuckle from the lower part of the drainage gully close to the lower Hackett reservoir. A big Thank You to Grace, Lani, Sam, Felicity, Read article » ...