Do you want to know what habitat restoration at the “whole of property” scale looks like in practice? Then volunteering at Eaglehawk Waterhole, NGT’s first privately owned habitat restoration reserve near the Little Desert National Park and Bangham Conservation Park, might be just what you are looking for!
At different times of year you can get involved in surveys (birds, insects, plants, etc.), weed and vermin control, revegetation, general property maintenance, nature photography, plus lots more!
Best of all, you’ll get to witness nature up close through the seasons and be part of the recovery journey of this 1700 acre property as it transitions from being a working farm back to nature.
Eaglehawk Waterhole is located just north of Frances (about two hours drive north of Mount Gambier), so if you are in or can make it to the Upper South East, this site is perfect for you. Sometimes we can offer lifts from Mount Gambier, Penola, or Naracoorte, and on site camping is available. You can find out more information about the property here.
To find out more, please contact Eaglehawk Waterhole property manager Bryan Haywood by phone 0427 001 853, or by email.