Ulverstone Coastcare

Ulverstone Coastcare have been planting, weeding and caring for the coastal area at Buttons Creek Ulverstone. Working bees are held every second Wednesday
of the month. Our aim is to continue to care for our coastal vegetation at Buttons Creek and surrounding foreshore which also provides habitat for our native wildlife.

Membership with Landcare Tasmania is supported by Central Coast Council

Regular Events:
Working Bees: every 2nd Wednesday of the month and when advised - contact group leader

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: Robyn Parker
Mobile phone: 0418 142790
Email: [email protected]


Upcoming events

Ulverstone Coastcare Working Bee
Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 10:00 AM
Contact the organisers in Ulverstone, Australia

Ulverstone Coastcare have been working on planting and weeding around the Ulverstone coast line near Buttons Creek and towards the Ulverstone Surf Club. Working Bees are every second Wednesday (Except for the month of December and January). The aim is to continue to care for the natural coastal...

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Ulverstone Coastcare Working Bee
Wednesday, December 08, 2021 at 10:00 AM
Contact the organisers in Ulverstone, Australia

Ulverstone Coastcare have been working on planting and weeding around the Ulverstone coast line near Buttons Creek and towards the Ulverstone Surf Club. Working Bees are every second Wednesday (Except for the month of December and January). The aim is to continue to care for the natural coastal...

Event Details
Ulverstone Coastcare Working Bee
Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 10:00 AM
Contact the organisers in Ulverstone, Australia

Ulverstone Coastcare have been working on planting and weeding around the Ulverstone coast line near Buttons Creek and towards the Ulverstone Surf Club. Working Bees are every second Wednesday (Except for the month of December and January). The aim is to continue to care for the natural coastal...

Event Details