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Roleybushcare - Dieback treatment field day
Roleybushcare - Dieback treatment field day
09 Apr 2017  09.00 AM - 12.00 PM
Hall Road Bushland Reserve - Roleystone
Roleybushcare Inc.


This will be the last dieback treatment field day until Spring.

We will be treating the trees to protect them against Phytophthora Dieback in the south end of Hall Road Bushland Reserve. This section runs from Michael Road to Norman Road.

This is an ideal opportunity to learn how to protect your own trees with our experienced volunteers.

The trailer will be parked in Lund Court but it might be best if you park in Michael Road and walk into the reserve to find us.

Morning tea provided.

Note: Please check our website at 8.00am on the morning of the field day for any cancellation notice or contact Tim on 0431424199 or Jo on 0422446966.


Hall Road Bushland Reserve
Hall Road
Western Australia
Country: au


These Reserves can be accessed by numerous other roads. There is no road access from Trevor Court to Lockyer Rise. It has been closed off.



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Thank you City of Armadale

Roleybushcare received a grant again this year from the City of Armadale. This keeps us going for another year to continue helping look after our bushland. The cost of running a group these days includes large amounts for insurance and licensing, all necessary in our ever changing world. We appreciate the support from BEWG.


Plant survey techniques workshop in Armadale region

The Wildflower Society of Western Australia’s Plant Survey Programme (PSP) is conducting a workshop in the Armadale region on plant survey techniques for all volunteers with an interest. Participants are welcome to join the PSP in this flora/vegetation workshop under the guidance of botanists and experienced survey volunteers.

The workshop will be held on Saturday 7th October with a theoretical component in the morning at the Environmental Centre, Armadale Settlers’ Common and field component in the afternoon in Bungendore Park.


Are you interested in Geology and landforms?

Then come along to this interesting talk organized by the City of Armadale Bushcare and Environmental Working Group.


Talks 'n' Walks with the Wildflower Society of WA Armadale

Have a look at the many walks and talks planned by the Armadale branch in the following file.  flyer_walkstalks_2017feb.pdf.

It's easy to protect your trees from dieback disease...

Our field days provide our community with the opportunity to learn how to treat their own blocks to protect against dieback disease. If you are a local then may borrow our equipment for free if you come along and help out on a field day. It is cheaper to treat a tree than pay hundreds of dollars to remove a dead one.

A visual explanation showing how easy it is to treat your trees is on our website. There are three instructional videos produced for us by Organic Productions. Go to our website to view them here.

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