New book explores Magnetic Island’s foreshores and reserves
Arcadia Coastcare is launching a new booklet and self-guided walk to help locals and visitors explore Magnetic Island’s foreshores and reserves.
Some Native Plants of Arcadia, Magnetic Island (Yunbenun): A self-guided walk, covers more than 60 native plants in easily accessible locations at Arcadia. Written in an entertaining yet informative style, it is a rich resource for residents and visitors.
Date: Sunday 6 November 2022
Time: 10am for 10.30am
Where: Magnetic Island Bowls Club
18 Marine Parade, Arcadia
Brian Johnson and Lyle Johnson, Wulgurukaba representatives
Councilor Ann-Maree Greaney, Townsville City Council
Adjunct Professor Betsy Jackes, James Cook University
For further information, please contact Arcadia Coastcare representative Selina Hale on 0429 194 663 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Arcadia Coastcare is a volunteer community group who help look after natural areas on public land at Arcadia, Magnetic Island.
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The Australian Government’s National Landcare Program funding assisted the development of this website.
Thanks to the Australian Government, Queensland Government, Townsville City Council, NQ Dry Tropics, NQCC, Wulgurukaba, MICDA and MINCA for grants and/or support over the years.
Images by Vandhana, Hugh Wallace Smith, Selina Hale, Julie Woodlock, Lyle Johnson, Sara Shaw and Tony O'Malley.