Come to a weeding working bee on a Sunday morning, help the environment, meet like-minded people, and enjoy morning tea afterwards!
When: Sunday 25th October, 7:30-10:30am.
Afterwards, join us to see previous sites worked on by the St Lucia bushcare group, and join us for a morning tea at a nearby venue.
Where: Meeting at Handel St Park, Long Pocket - at the end of Jacaranda Place (which goes off Meiers Rd)
Who: This is a proud collaboration between UQ's Green Ambassadors Program and the St Lucia Bushcare Group, who have generously organised this event for us
Why: Weeding is an integral bushcare practice and helps to maintain the natural ecosystem!
What: Remember to bring suitable clothing (trekking or long pants, closed-in shoes, long-sleeved/trekking shirt), hat, water bottle, sunglasses, insect repellent, and gardening gloves (if you have them).
Plan for the day:
- Meet at 7:30am at Handel St Park
- Walk 200m to where we will be weeding
- Weed/bushcare until 10:30am
- After weeding, walk to other sites that bushcare has been undertaken
- Walk to morning tea (until 11:30-12pm)
- Walk back to transport/cars at Handel St Park
There is a maximum of 18 UQ students allowed in attendance to comply with COVID-19 regulations, so make sure you register via the Eventbrite link to secure your place!
Due date to register is Monday 19th October, so get in quick!

About Green Ambassador Series

The Green Ambassador Program (GAP) is an initiative that allows students, supported by staff, to communicate, coordinate and collaborate on student-led sustainability ideas.

Learn more about GAP here!


Meet at Handel St Park, Long Pocket - at the end of Jacaranda Place (which goes off Meiers Rd)