The area was previously very degraded and full of environmental weeds. Over the last few years the woody weeds have been removed and an initial planting took place in September of 2010. The site is about 1 hectare in size. The idea is to link up the Ironbark forest in the gully with the Moonah woodland on the headland. There are now thousands of plants in the ground and SANE members have spent the last few working bees getting the grassy weeds under control. As of Sunday we have moved almost two thirds of the way through the site with many of the plants now easily visible as one moves through it.
Thanks to Kev, Gordon and Charles for all their good efforts. Unfortunately no sight of the Queen.