June 24, 2023
11:45am - 2:45pm
Email · 428693045
1 Clyde St
Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
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The South Coast's majestic native forests are treasured amongst the local community, visitors and critters that call it their home. However, our stunning forests are at risk and the 32 threatened species that inhabit the Boyne State Forest and surrounds are at a further risk of extinction due to harmful native forest logging. It must end.
Victoria has ended native forest logging and we can implement the ban here through strong federal nature laws.
Nature-based tourism contributes significantly to the local community - but all that is at risk due to destructive logging.
Join us as we explore the forests we call our big backyard and the negative impacts that native forest logging has had.
Leading us on the tour will be forest conservationist and passionate local advocate Joslyn van der Moolen. Her expertise will be invaluable on the tour, so questions are encouraged!
What to bring
This activity requires a basic level of fitness as we will be doing some walking.
Here’s our plan for the day!