On Easter Sunday, 27 volunteers from Angourie and Wooloweyah removed over 1000 Senna weeds from Green Point.
An area of 2,000 square metres in size was addressed.
Teams from Wooloweyah Landcare and Angourie Community Coastcare have been controlling weeds in this area for the past 5 years. The Senna flower around Easter and is easily recognised by its yellow flower and bean like seed pods.
The Council bush regeneration team plan to conduct further Senna control in the coming weeks.
We are pleased to report that there are fewer weeds to pull each year.
An Easter egg hunt was held soon after the working bee. It was attended by six very excited girls.