27 August | 09:00–11:00
Friends of Lake Weyba invite you to take a walk full of colour and interest through the wet and dry heathland of Marcus High Dunes with Janet Whish-Wilson and Sonia McDonald of Noosa Parks Botany Group.
Enjoy panoramic views of Lake Weyba and the coast.
Wildflowers for WEYBA – Weyba Nature Refuge Biodiversity Walk 2016 Sunshine Coast Wildflower FestivalPosted by FOLW in Flora, News | August 22, 2016
26 August | 09:00–11:00
Friends of Lake Weyba invite you to discover the rich biodiversity and vibrancy of this area ranging from wetlands to dry heath on the western shores
of Lake Weyba. Guided by Sunshine Coast Council’s Marc Russell, assisted by botany expert Noel Wilson.
Time: 9 to 11.30am
3rd September 2016 | 2PM
- Hear about development battles from Friends of Lake Weyba
- Plus general information about development plans and constraints from Noosa Councillor Brian Stockwell.
- Walk in koala habitat near Eumarella Shores
MEET: Tidswell’s Road Weyba Downs | (turn left off Eumarella Road) park opposite cleared paddock before the t-intersection with Hollett Rd.
BRING: AFTERNOON TEA AND CHAIR
For more information phone Stephanie 5449.8118
BURSTS of bush colour in Noosa can only mean one thing – it is Spring Wildflower Festival time.
And the Friends of Lake Weyba are keen to share this annual display of natural magic with locals and visitors alike on free guided walks.
For a bird’s eye view, scale the Marcus High Dunes. Take in the vista of the pristine waters of Lake Weyba, the wallum heath lands and stunning coastline.
FoLW’s Christine Tainsh said the Lake Weyba wallum heathland is an ecosystem unrivalled for its rich biodiversity.
“The local community and visitors to the Noosa area are privileged that the catchment area of Lake Weyba still retains expanses of natural and unique coastal wallum heath, despite a long history of pressure from developers and urbanisation,” she said.
“The area is part of the Maroochy Noosa Wallum Corridor, is National Estate Listed and is of international, national, regional and local significance.
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