Mt Majura Bush Clean-Up (03/03/2013)

The Friends of Mount Majura and the Watson Woodland ParkCare Groups will be hosting a Clean-up Australia Day event in the Mt Majura nature reserve behind The Fair. Join us to help clean up the bush on our doorsteps.

Not too young to help clean up, Caitlin (2), Ryan (4) register with the help of dad David and FoMM member Liese at the 2010 Bush Clean-up.

When: Sunday, 3 March 2013 from 9.00am to 12.00noon
Where: Meet and register at the nature park access close to the intersection Ian Nicol St / Tay St at The Fair in North Watson; click on the map to view the meeting point; see below directions on how to get there.
Friends and family, sun protection, enclosed foot wear and long sleeve and pants; we’ll provide the gloves and rubbish collection bags.
Download this poster to promote the event.
Enquiries: ph 6247 7515 or

The 2010 Clean up harvest included an antique water container.

How to get to the meeting / registration point. Access from the residential site The Fair (1) or from the nature park entrance off Antill Street (2).

(1) Access from The Fair. Coming from the south along Antill St. enter the Fair at the round-about located at the intersection Antill and Aspinall Sts and follow the perimeter Tay Street to the intersection with Ian Nicol Street; you will see the planting site to your right. There is limited space for car parking along the perimeter street.

(2) Access nature park entrance Antill St. This is roughly, but not directly, across Antill St. from Carotel – the entrance is between Carotel and Solstice, but closer to Carotel. Once you have entered the nature park, head off towards the left until you get to the fence around The Fair residential development and follow the fence, away from Antill St. and a bit up the hill. It’s 5-10 minute walk.

Clean-Up Australia Day 2013
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Australians help clean up their environment on Clean-Up Australia Day.  This year’s Clean-Up Australia event will be held on 3st March, 2013. The yearly event inspires communities to clean up, fix up, and conserve their local environment.  Learn more from the Clean-Up Australia Website

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