The few wet days in early March stopped in time for a good turnout of volunteers to inject trees in the small Glebe reserve in Roleystone. Treatment was over by 10 am and so we had an early morning tea.

A group of committed volunteers, armed with buckets of syringes, then set off to the Moseri Reserve but found that it had already been treated for dieback fairly recently. Perhaps a breakdown in communication between Roleybushcare and the council.

Our next field day will be on Sunday 14th April when we will be injecting trees susceptible to dieback in the Hookway reserve in Roleystone.  If you want to be added to our mailing list for notification of our field days then email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name and email address.

We start at 9.00am and finish around noon. The meeting place will be in Hookway Crescent, Roleystone. Look out for the Roleybushcare trailer and signs. A reserve map can be found on our website, which has undergone a much needed makeover. The bush reserves are found under the “Information” tab.

Note: If the weather is unsafe we will cancel so please check the website on the morning of the field day at 8.00am for any cancellation notice.

Glebe Reserve