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Bush Heritage volunteers catch up in Perth

Perth is home to a large cohort of Bush Heritage volunteers. Last week the group caught up in Fremantle to share a coffee, meet new and old friends, and hear an update. We were lucky to have Lis McLellan (Healthy Landscape Manager, Western Rangelands) and Erica Suosaari (Research Fellow, Hamelin Station Reserve) join us to provide an update… Read more »

The Station Stay Way - a new collaboration in the west

The 'Station Stay Way' is a new collaboration between Bush Heritage's Hamelin Station Reserve and three pastoral properties:  Bullara Station, Quobba Station, Wooramel Station. These four properties between Geraldton and Exmouth each have a 'Station Stay' that provides accommodation and camping options for self-drive tourists and visitors. Each Station Stay offers a unique and authentic bush experience and enables travellers to engage in… Read more »

Bush Heritage at the Perth Science Festival

It's been a long wet winter here in Perth, but for two wonderful days the sun shone, encouraging more than 25,000 people to come celebrate science in the Perth Cultural Precinct. This was the 3rd Perth Science Festival and it was brilliant to be part of such an energetic and bustling event. Read more »

Volunteer catch-up in Fremantle

Last Thursday, Bush Heritage volunteers based in and around Perth gathered at the Call of the Sea Exhibition at the Moore Gallery to catch up, share a coffee and hear an update from West Executive Manager, Luke Bayley. It was a lovely afternoon and I was so grateful that so many volunteers braved the cold wet day and came to the gallery. We were fortunate to be joined… Read more »