Back in December 2017 work was carried out to install sediment fences and control the weeds on the project site. This was done in preparation for the first stage of the riparian restoration of the southern bank of the Williams River at Frank Robinson Park (see Weeping Lilly Pilly Riparian Rainforest Restoration at Frank Robinson Park under Projects & Activities).
In June 2018 a working bee was held under the expert guidance of Alex King from Biological Preservation Australia. We planted 400 rainforest species of trees, shrubs and rushes. The Dungog Chronicle came to see the progress Frank Robinson Park gets spruce-up.
Progress photos are below:
We plan to have another working bee to monitor the site and continue maintenance work.