FoMM Annual General Meeting @ ACT Sportshouse
Nov 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

When: Wednesday, 26 November, 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Where: ACT Sportshouse, 100 Maitland St, Hackett.

Please join the Friends of Mount Majura for their Annual General Meeting. We would like to take the opportunity to review FoMM’s activities over the last year, to discuss FoMM’s plans for the next year and to formally elect a committee. If you are interested, we wholeheartedly invite you to consider joining the FoMM committee and to contribute in any way you see fit. We will also have a talk and a discussion on the topic of ParkCare and Kangaroos.



Rare Plants Survey @ Mt Majura nature reserve
Oct 18 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Rosy Hyacinth Orchid, Dipodium roseum (S. Bittinger)

Mount Majura is home to a number of rare and endangered plant species. What are they and where are they? Join experts on Sunday 18 October to find out and learn how to register them on Canberra Nature Map. Information from surveying the presence and abundance of rare species will guide the management of the reserve.

When: Sunday, 18 October, 2pm to 4pm
Where: Meet at the nature reserve entrance Mackenzie St close to Grayson St, Hackett; view this map.
Bring: Sun protection, sturdy shoes, drinking water and a camera or iPhone. Please bring your Rare Plant Survey kit if you have one from previous surveys.

Get ready to register your first plant: Download this Canberra Nature Map App on your iPhone.


Late Mauve Doubletail, Diuris dendrobioides (M. Doherty)

About Canberra Nature Map

Canberra Nature Map is a repository for park care groups, volunteers and members of the public to report sightings of rare and endangered plant species and any of the many treasures that Canberra’s nature parks are home to.

Canberra Nature Map provides readily accessible and up to date spatial data of uncommon and endangered plant species. This information enables a precautionary approach to be taken towards the management and protection of critical habitat within our reserves.

Canberra Nature Map was founded by Aaron Clausen, a mountain biker who accidentally rode through a patch of critically endangered Canberra spider orchids and became entranced by their beauty and fragility.

With your help, we aim to:

  • Accurately map rare plants and maintain records for future generations;
  • Improve public education and awareness of the plant diversity and the significance of Canberra’s Nature Park;
  • Influence development decisions and protect Canberra’s treasures by providing critical species location data to Government.

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