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.

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter – April 2017

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter - April 2017

Many thanks to everyone who helped recently to remove the St John’s Wort seed heads at the Fair. Many were in a lovely native regeneration area where there were lots of native flowers and Yellow box seedlings, which now won’t Read article » ...

This plant sucks. Follow-up working party to remove Japanese Honeysuckle.

This plant sucks. Follow-up working party to remove Japanese Honeysuckle.

The Friends of Mount Majura will be hosting a working party on Sunday, 30 April to remove Japanese Honeysuckle from a gully in the nature reserve behind Mackenzie Street, Hackett. This work party follows up work to remove the bulk Read article » ...

Swap Your Weeds for FREE Australian Native Plants

Swap Your Weeds for FREE Australian Native Plants

Coming up Weed Swap Weekend 1st & 2nd April 2017, from 8.30am to 4.45pm. Weed Swap is a joint initiative of the Australian Native Plants Society and the ACT Government to encourage residents to remove woody weeds from their gardens, Read article » ...

Woody Weeds (Follow-up) Working Party (19/03/2017)

Woody Weeds (Follow-up) Working Party (19/03/2017)

Please give a hand on Sunday 19 March and help remove Woody Weeds in the nature reserve east of The Fair. This working party follows-up extensive work carried out in 2016 to remove English Elm, Briar Rose, Hawthorn and other Read article » ...

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter – March 2017

Friends of Mount Majura (FoMM) Newsletter - March 2017

Woody Weeds (Follow-up) Working Party – Sunday 19 March, 9am – 12noon Please give a hand and help remove woody weeds in the nature reserve east of The Fair using the cut & daub method. This working party follows-up extensive Read article » ...

Ant Walk

Ant Walk

Ants are fascinating, beautiful and fun to watch. Join expert Ravindra “Ravi” Palavalli-Nettimi on Sunday, 5th March on this nature walk to discover the ants that live of Mt Majura. Some ants are coloured, or scented, or hairy; some have Read article » ...