maintaining and developing the reserves through work such as weed control, nursery propagation, tree-planting and construction.
The successful applicants may also help develop the next Management Plan.
Committee Chairperson, Graham Arkinstall said the committee had completed a lot of work to develop the Mount Leura and Mount Sugarloaf Reserves, which are fantastic environmental and geological assets for the Shire.
“They’re places for diverse recreational and educational activities, and a regional tourist destination where people can reconnect with nature in a safe and scenic environment,” Mr Arkinstall said.
“The Committee brings together a well-rounded group of people with a wide range of skills and the passion to a positive future of the Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf reserves.
“I encourage anyone to apply. That will let us tap into skills and abilities that are out there, even if it’s for one specific project. We don’t know who is out there unless they let themselves be known.”
Since 1995, among the Committee’s achievements, in partnership with volunteers and other stakeholders, are: