BUS TOUR: Central Burnett Landcare will next week host a bus tour of previous project sites.
BUS TOUR: Central Burnett Landcare will next week host a bus tour of previous project sites. Lucy Rutherford

Explore Landcare's hits and misses

CENTRAL Burnett Landcare will hold a bus tour of previous project sites next week.

Landcare has worked on many projects across the Central Burnett in the years since the group's inception, with many being successful, though some have not been as successful as others.

The upcoming Past Projects Bus Tour & Farm Walk will shine a light on these projects.

Open to all interested, the tour will be held on Tuesday, June 18.

The Past Projects Bus Tour & Farm Walk aims to assess the successes and failures of past projects to see what can be learnt from them.

Beginning at the Leichardt Lodge, Mundubbera, at 7.45am, the tour will journey across the sites of previous Landcare projects throughout the region.

First stop at 8am will be an erosion project on a property at Cattle Creek at 8am.

Second stop at 9am will be a tunnel erosion project on Bald Hills, Norris Corner Rd, followed by morning tea.

Third stop at 10.30am will be a cattle pad erosion project at Mundowran, followed by a midday lunch at the Mundubbera Hotel.

This will be followed by a salinity and tree planting project on Boondooma Rd at 1pm.

The tour's final stop will be an erosion project at Benham's Rd at 2pm.

The bus is scheduled to return to Leichardt Lodge at 3pm.

Email cblandcareprojects@gmail.com for more information.


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