Wallaby Way Reserve gets help from volunteers from Toodyay, Morangup

Volunteers got together to rehabilitate a section of Wallaby Way Reserve.
Volunteers got together to rehabilitate a section of Wallaby Way Reserve.

VOLUNTEERS from Toodyay and Morangup communities came together to help rehabilitate a section of Wallaby Way reserve.

They rolled up their sleeves to plant native seedlings and infill a gravel pit left over from a road construction.

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) with support from Boral (Midland Brick) assisted schools and communities to inspire young people to take action for the future of their environment.

The on-going project will provide improved habitat for threatened native animals including woylies, bandicoots and Carnaby’s Black Cockatoos.

“Developing local community projects is a great way of supporting schools and our communities,” said Colin Jackson, CEO of Conservation Volunteers Australia.