Celebrating Lamington NP Centenary
On a hot day on Sunday 25 January 75 people, whose ages ranged from 3 to 87 years, helped plant 500 trees in the beautiful Egg Rock (Kuraragin) Clearing. This spot forms the junction of several walking tracks leading into the Lamington National Park.
Seven groups, including Tamborine Mountain Landcare, cooperated to provide funds, trees, stakes, tree guards, food and goodwill - and of course people power.
Participants enjoyed morning tea consisting of damper and bunya nut biscuits topped with Davidson plum jam before heading out on workshops with Bill McDonald, author and distinguished botanist, Glenn Leiper, the author of Mangroves to Mountains, and Kirby Roulstone, a local revegetation specialist.
Photo: TML president Judith Roland is presented with a gift trowel in thanks for TML's help.