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2020 Monthly Busy Bees
Busy bees are continuing third Saturday of each month from 8.30am
to noon. Always rewarding and includes a delicious and sociable
morning tea. Inquiries: email us
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Wednesday 19th February 2020
"The first group of South Regional TAFE Horticulture and
Conservation students descended into GVTP Balingup"
The partnership with South Regional TAFE and Parks and Wildlife
Services DBCA also brings a new education and training capability to
the first group of South Regional TAFE Horticulture and Conservation students. Check out the Press Release
Saturday 19th October 2019
"The Distant Past and Future Challenges"
Inspiring speaker Professor Lyn Beazley delivered a free public talk on the history of this region and challenges & opportunities that lie ahead particularly with climate change.
Saturday 18th May 2019
May Busy Bee
Sunday 5th May 2019Guided walk in the World Collection
9.30am from the main car park. $8pp. In conjunction with the
Festival of Country Gardens, this year's autumn walk will include
the Tree Park's stunning deciduous conifers.
Saturday 27th April 2019
April busy bee. 'Wheelbarrow Army'. A big thanks to all the volunteer "wheelbarrow army" who enlisted at the regular Busy Bee to help
spread the massive piles of mulch. What a great response and effort.
Sunday 7th April 2019
Guided walk and picnic lunch in conjunction with Balingup's Small
Farm Field Day's "Farm to Plate" event.
Busy Bee Saturday 16th March
in the World Collection. Note the April busy bee is moved to
Sat 27th April to avoid a clash with Easter.
Top Volunteer Award For Golden Valley Tree Park Founders
Balingup locals, Dr Chrissy Sharp and Andrew Thamo, were
recognised by Parks and Wildlife Services for their near 40 years of volunteering, service and commitment to Golden Valley Tree Park.
Andrew & Chrissy were jointly awarded the "Top Volunteer of the Year" Award.
GVTP founders Chrissy Sharp, Andrew Thamo & Gil Stokman from Parks and Wildlife