Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare Group

The Group assists the Clarence City Council with the maintenance of the dunes at Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and the fore-shore on Second Bluff. The Group operates under the guidance of a Council endorsed Reserve Activity Plan.

Activities focus on weed and rubbish removal and selective planting of native vegetation. Approximately four times a year, as well as after storm events, the Group undertakes TASMARC monitoring to measure changes in the profile of fore-shore. 

Working Bees are held at 10.00 am on the first Saturday of each month, except January. Additional working bees may be undertaken when the need arises.

The primary objective is to restore and maintain the natural bio-diversity of the dunes.

Regular Events:
10.00 am on the first Saturday of each month, except January

Primary Contact:

This information is provided for people to contact member groups about their community Landcare activities. Anyone wishing to distribute information generally to groups should contact Landcare Tasmania with their request.

Name: Paul Gray
Mobile phone: 0417 551253
Email: grayomilly@hotmail.com


Upcoming events

Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, April 04, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, May 02, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, June 06, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, July 04, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, August 01, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, September 05, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, October 03, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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Bellerive-Howrah Coastcare monthly working bee
Saturday, November 07, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff

Come and join one of Tasmania's oldest Landcare groups. We are working to reduce dune erosion behind Bellerive and Howrah Beaches and on Second Bluff. Our activities include revegetating with native plants, and weeding. Contact Paul for more details about this month's working bee.

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