2018-11-23 to 2018-11-25
Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve,Central Tablelands region, New South Wales ,Australia
International Volunteers for Peace
Aged between 18-99
Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve,Central Tablelands region, New South Wales
The focus will be on Koalas, Quolls, Phascogales, Frogs, Gliders and some cave life. There will be several ecologists in the team and under their guidance you will: check for platypus in the morning, look for scats and tree hollows in the daytime, learn how to record sightings, go spotlighting in the evening.
Volunteers will help with registrations and recording of sightings, as well as take part in the bio-blitz. The work will commence at 10am on Friday and finish around 4pm on Sunday.
Accommodation and food:
Dorm style accommodation and food will be provided
Location and leisure activities:
Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve, Central Tablelands region, New South Wales
The Jenolan Caves are located on the west of the Blue Mountain.
During leisure times, volunteers may follow the ecologists to explore the Caves, Blue Mountain and the natural environment in the vicinity depending on the weather and the actual conditions.
Nearest airport / terminal:
Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport; SYD
Meeting Point and Time:
To be confirmed 3 weeks before the workcamp start
Participants will be responsible for their air tickets, local transportation and personal expenses.