CENTRAL COAST – Shelly Beach Muster
Posted on 17th July 2023
- 75 Shelly Beach Road, Shelly Beach NSW
- Tue, Aug 29, 2023
08:30 - 15:30
The Muster is a one-day bush regeneration exercise that will help increase the resilience of the coastal dune systems at Shelly Beach.
What to Expect:
As a volunteer, working with supervisors you’ll be helping this community build resilience by weeding and removing exotic species.
Site Type: Beach Reserve
We look forward to seeing you – there’s lots to be done!
The Capacity of this muster is 30pax.
Places are limited, register now.
What you need:
On the day, you will need to wear:
- Closed in footwear (sturdy boots / shoes, with long socks / sports socks)
- Sturdy long pants (no tights or active wear)
- Long-sleeved shirt
In case the weather changes, please bring:
- Rain jacket
- Broad-brimmed hat
- Sun protection
Bring your own lunch, snacks, and water for the day together with lots of enthusiasm!
Frequently asked questions + answers:
Q. Is there an age limit?
A. Yes. Minimum Age:18+
Q. Will the muster get cancelled in bad weather?
A. No. Always pack suitable wet weather gear as the muster won’t be cancelled unless there is a severe weather warning or unforeseen circumstances. In the event that the muster gets cancelled, you will be notified by email.
Q. What risk is the muster tackling?
A. Flood Resilience / Coastal Dune Resilience
Q. Why do you want me to sign up – can’t I just get out there and do it?
A. No. Safety is important to us. Registering means you’re covered by public liability and volunteer insurance – and can be counted as a participant. We want to be able to celebrate how many of the Corps are working towards building resilience and preparedness in communities, each year.
Q. Do I need part of a big corporate group in order to get involved?
A. Not at all! You can sign up as an individual or with a team/friends.
Q. Is there a cost involved?
A. No. Volunteering at Corps’ musters is free.