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Greenhouse Park

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Greenhouse Park is an old builders’ tip that is being transformed into an Eco Park.

Over 200,000 trees have been planted at the site, with lookouts, and habitats for many native birds and wildlife, such as the Bell Frog.

The park is maintained by volunteers who weed, mow, and plant trees and gardens on Mondays and Tuesdays from 7am - 2pm.

The park, located off Springhill Road, Wollongong, is accessible on foot at any time for people to walk through and view the wonderful diversity in the park.

Greenhouse Park also makes a great venue for team building and inspirational events. If you're part of a group looking for a unique hands-on experience which gets back to nature, call Mike McKeon on (02) 4227 7111 or email mmckeon@wollongong.nsw.gov.au to find out more.  

Are you interested in volunteering and working to enhance our environment?

We are calling for volunteers to join the Friends of Greenhouse Park. The Friends of Greenhouse Park are dedicated to protecting and enhancing the remnant salt marsh community of Tom Thumb Lagoon, the Green & Golden Bell Frog Ponds and Community Gardens. Our volunteers are integral in the transformation of the site from an old waste site into the Eco Park it is today.

 

Further information is contained in attached information sheet.               

 
PDF icon Greenhouse Park Volunteering Flyer 
 
 
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