The Friends of Mosman Park Bushland are a friendly and enthusiastic group of Mosman Park residents who are passionate about preserving and enhancing the bushland areas within the Town. They come together for busy bees on the last Sunday of every month to plant seedlings, spread mulch, pull weeds and generally care for the bush. Volunteers can often be observed working in the bushlands any day of the week – whenever they can find the time – to do their bit for the future of the bush.
The bushland we have been regenerating was being aggressively whittled away by fires and weed invasion. Some species had been lost altogether and we have reintroduced them. There are at least 4 species that are are represented by single plants in Mosman Park bushland. There are many that are only represented by a couple of plants. Weed control plays an important role in their survival.