Centennial Park Bush Society Inc was formed in 1976, and carries out native forest restoration work in Centennial Park, Campbells Bay. This involves removing invasive weeds, raising and planting native plants, trapping animal pests, maintaining tracks, advocating with council, and raising community awareness.
Volunteers are pivotal to the success of the society. We have many very hard working volunteers who enjoy making a difference. We meet weekly on Wednesday mornings and once a month on weekends. We would love to have you along to help us occasionally.
- Richard Hursthouse, Chairman
- Jenny Chamberlain, Secretary
- Max Thomson, Treasurer
- Peter Aimer, Deputy Treasurer
- Liz Goodwin
- Joe Greig
- Jan Knight
- Robert Fairburn
- Sue Rawstron
- Dick Downing
- Fiona Davies
- Victoria Morris
Aims & Objectives
The aim of the Bush Society is to increase the ecological health of Centennial Park for its long-term enjoyment.
To fulfil its aim and work towards its vision, the society has the following objectives
• provide guardianship and protect the long term interests of the park
• educate the public and harness community interest
• advocate for flooding management and water quality
• work with council to achieve weed control, planting and plant management
• advocate for track maintenance and development