Hamelin Outback Station Stay - open for the 2017 tourist season!
The Hamelin Station Reserve team. Back left: David, Tony, Lis, Jackie & Vanessa. Front left: Ben, Denise & Larissa.
Last week Bush Heritage's Hamelin Outback Station Stay opened for the 2017 season. We are delighted to see the wonderful Station Stay team - Jackie Mahood, Denise Ivers and David Hulks - return to Hamelin for 2017, revitalised after the summer break.
Station Stay Manager Jackie Mahood said as she pulled the car up at the Station Stay after a four-month break, she was welcomed by a beautiful chorus of Chiming Wedgebills, and she knew instantly she was home.
After the fabulous rainfall the west has experienced over the past few months the country is looking amazing and it looks like it will be a fantastic season to visit this beautiful reserve.
The Station Stay is a great place to come and hear about Bush Heritage and see a working conservation reserve. Our regional team of dedicated staff regularly conduct presentations at the Station Stay on the work Bush Heritage is doing at Hamelin and further afield.
This week the Station Stay crew were joined by the reserve's regional management team – Lis McLellan (Healthy Landscapes Manager, Western Rangelands), Tony Loechte (Hamelin Reserve Field Officer), Larissa Lauder (Hamelin Reserve Projects Officer), Ben Parkhurst (Reserves Ecologist), and Vanessa Westcott (Regional Ecologist, Western Rangelands). The team were at Hamelin to develop the reserve's management plan.
For more information on Hamelin Outback Station Stay please check out our website: http://www.hamelinstationstay.com.au/