Last year was filled with a wide range of events, research, weeding and revegetation in the corridor.

Events ranging from a ‘Grab a Gladi’ weeding workshop and guided wildflower walk, to nature-journaling, a Nyungar language session in the corridor, as well as our ever-popular guided Aboriginal walk!

Community members at a Nyungar language session with local Whadjuk Nyungar woman Sharon Gregory

We will be back with more events towards the end of summer, once it cools down a little. Dates for all future events are still to be announced, so watch this space and subscribe to our newsletter via the link at the bottom of the page to keep up to date!

In the meantime, you head out to the corridor independently and take part in our citizen science bird monitoring project, which we recently launched in collaboration with BirdLife WA. Cockburn Community Wildlife (CCWC) also meet regularly for weeding and watering events in the corridor. Beat the heat and head out to the corridor in the early morning or late afternoon, when birds are most active, and carry out a bird survey to help us better understand which birds call the corridor their home.

A big ‘THANK YOU!’ to all who participated in our community and school planting events last year!

Planting in the corridor. Image credit: Penny Graham
Planting in the corridor. Image credit: Penny Graham

Head to our NEWS page to find out what has recently happened in the corridor!