All in a day’s work for unflagging Gudgenby ‘Bushies’
Lunch break after a hard morning's work. Photo by Brian Slee

It’s not all hard work for the dedicated volunteers of the Gudgenby Bush Regeneration Group.

After another successful working party on 8 June, this group (pictured) led by NPA member and long-term GBRG volunteer Kevin McCue, took a well-earned lunch break after a solid morning’s work of removing redundant tree guards, stakes and weed mats from an area west of Gudgenby homestead, in Namadgi National Park.

The group was pleased to see that numerous grasses, shrubs and trees dating from the 2022 planting are doing well and promise to significantly improve the eroded gully and surrounds of an unnamed stream that flows into Gudgenby River.

Another highlight of the day was the variety of birds and animals sighted.

GBRG was established in 1998 to rehabilitate 380 hectares of a former pine plantation in the heart of the Gudgenby Valley and continues to hold regular work parties.

Check out the Events calendar for upcoming GRBG activities