Chance to help Bodalla State Forest

Canberra locals are heading to the Bodalla State Forest with Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) to assist with conservation activities.

The project, supported by Forests NSW, aims to assist with improving and maintaining visitor facilities in the area.

The project will assist to make the forest more accessible, while helping to minimise impacts of visitors.

“The project will be help visitors to enjoy the magic that is the Bodalla State Forest, and its beautiful spotted gum forests,” said CVA Regional Manager Brian Butler.

We are always looking to welcome new volunteers

“This is a great chance for Canberrans to see some of our region and really make a difference to help our environment.”

The Bodalla State Forest includes spotted gum forests, coastal rainforest, and dry scrub forest. It is a popular destination for family picnics and those looking to do day walks. Conservation Volunteers Australia inspires change by connecting people to their local environment through meaningful conservation activities.

“We are looking forward to working with Forests NSW to help make it easier and safer for the public to access and enjoy the Bodalla State Forest,” Mr Butler said.

“We are always looking to welcome new volunteers onto projects – everyone can make a difference.”

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