Friends of Randalls Bay Coastcare
The Group was formed by a number of locals, residents and shack owners in 1997 to apply for funding to extend the protective barriers along Williams Road, to protect native vegetation. Later grants enabled sandstone steps to be constructed up to the western headland of Randalls Bay, and a walkway to Mickeys Beach. The Group has continued with many actions including monitoring marine erosion, tackling environmental weeds, planting native plants suitable for the area and educating the public to protect and care for the foreshore and reserves.
The Group is open to all who want to ensure ecologically sustainable use and enjoyment of the coastal area from Echo Sugarloaf State Reserve through Randalls Bay to Mickeys Beach. We welcome newcomers and really need your energy, skills and enthusiasm to add to what we have.
The Friends of Randalls Bay Coastcare Group meets monthly to remove weeds and undertake revegetatation.
Membership with Landcare Tasmania is supported by Huon Valley Council
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 Thomas
Mobile phone: 0419 839 157 or (03) 6297 8540