LOCATION. Kahibah creek.
FUNDED BY. Gosford City Council.
DURATION OF WORK. 7 weeks. (September/October
WEEDS REMOVED. (majority)
* Bamboo - Bambusa spp.
* Lantana - Lantana camara
* Madiera vine
- Anredera cardifolia
* Morning Glory (coastal) - Ipomoea cairica
* Wandering Jew - Tradescantia albiflora
Ivy - Hedera helix
* Ochna - Ochna serralata
OTHER WORK COMPLETED ON SITE.
* Mulching of Bamboo &
* Rubbish removal
* Track construction
* Fauna survey
Importance of conserving native vegetation and a fauna habitat in relation to also maintaining a clear flood flow area.
It is also very important that the native trees andplants of the frindge community along the creek line are maintained for
bank and fish habitat protection.
ABOUT THE SITE.
The weed coverage before work commenced would have
governed up to about 90% of the sites area, in which all was removed. The site now has great potential for success with rapid
rejuvination of native species such as the Cabbage Tree Palm - Livistona australis. The educational value of the site is to
keep a harmonious link with the fauna, and fauna habitat whilst undertaking bushland regeneration.
written by CHRISTINE HARRIS