CAPE TO CAPE TRACK MAINTENANCE – VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED
On Sunday October 13, Club members will be undertaking our annual Cape to Cape Track maintenance morning.
Meeting at 9.00am at the Sand Patch carpark on the north side of Sugarloaf Road within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, the main activity is cutting back overgrowing vegetation, so volunteers are asked to bring hedgetrimmers, secateurs and rakes, along with gloves and other suitable equipment.
Bring your own morning tea and lunch.
Wildflowers are usually at their peak along the Cape to cape Track at this time of year and humpback whales can always visible as they make their migration south to the Antarctic where they spend the summer.
A special request is for one or two volunteers to assess the density of arum lilies in this section of the National Park to help the Friends of the Cape to Cape Track better understand what work is needed to bring this weed under control.