Pipe Clay Coastcare Working Bee Success

An amazing day was had at the Pipe Clay Coastcare working bee this September! 

Coastcarers came out in force to tackle weeds, revegetate and make beautiful the new Spit Track at Cremorne! 

There was an incredible turn out of 76 volunteers in total - 40 adults, 36 under 18s, 2 dogs, and a lot of muscle, energy and enthusiasm!

There were 4 tonnes of rock, 18 cubic metres of gravel, a handful of plants, and a beautiful fish sculpture called 'Wonder'. 

It is truly amazing to see the group effort of a community taking care of their patch!  The youth in particular were powerhouses and the group are incredibly proud of them!

Many thanks to the Tasmanian Community Fund along with Clarence City Council for their support to make this track happen!  The group are incredibly grateful to the legendary track builder John 'Snapper' Hughes and his team - Dog Shaun, Ursula and Richard. 

A huge thanks to the volunteers who never once complained that perhaps these piles of rocks, gravel and mulch were a bit too much!