Friends of Mt Worth State Park

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About the Friends



Friends of Mt Worth State Park

ABN: 75 123 357 691

The Friends of Mt Worth was formed in 1981 under the leadership of Jack Brooks.  Jack was a local farmer, self-taught naturalist and passionate advocate for the establishment of the Park. His determination to conserve this precious remnant of rainforest has left a legacy for all of us to enjoy today. 

The Friends work in partnership with Park Rangers. We share a love of the Park and a desire to protect its unique features for the benefit of all those who come to visit.

The Friends meet on the 1st Sunday of every month at 10 am at the Moonlight Creek Picnic Area.

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Some of the activities Friends are involved in on working bees:

Roger brushcutting 15Dec2013  Paul clearing wattle from bridge
 The wet environment encourages growth which needs to be kept clear of tracks  Trees often fall and block tracks so need to be removed
 Bridge repair Gardiners Mill May 2013  Frame for new bridge May 2013
 The harsh environment also means creeks sometimes flood and damage track bridges  The Bridges then need to be replaced!
 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  Wed Warriors seat in situ
 Recently new information signs were written, designed and installed by the Friends  Colleagues at the Friends of Lyrebird Walk produced a fabulous seat which we placed at a rest point up a steep hill!